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Fernando Torres, a career whose legacy mirrors his childhood hero’s

Fernando Torres announced his retirement from football on Friday at the age of 35, after an illustrious career.

Spain World Cup winner Fernando Torres retires from football

Torres made his name at Atletico Madrid before enjoying a fruitful career in England with first Liverpool and then Chelsea. He was instrumental in Spain's Euro successes in 2008 and 2012.

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Andres Iniesta, Fernando Torres make debuts in Japan

Andres Iniesta and Fernando Torres made their much-anticipated debuts in Japanese football on Sunday, but both ended up on the losing side.

Fernando Torres says joining Japan's Sagan Tosu

Fernando Torres becomes the second high-profile Spaniard to head to Japan in the last few weeks after former Barcelona great Andres Iniesta agreed to join Vissel Kobe in May.

Fernando Torres scores twice in fitting send off as Atletico Madrid draw 2-2 with Eibar

Fernando Torres scored twice in his final game in boyhood club Atletico Madrid's coloures as they drew 2-2 with Eibar.

Andres Iniesta, Fernando Torres bid farewell as La Liga season ends

Barcelona's Andres Iniesta and Atletico Madrid's Fernando Torres set to play their last games for their boyhood clubs.

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Fernando Torres ends long wait for silverware with beloved Atletico Madrid

Torres has supported Atletico since he was five years old and joined their academy when he was a child, making his first-team debut at the age of 17 in 2001 when they were in Spain's second division.

Fernando Torres to leave Atletico Madrid in search of game time

Atletico Madrid striker Fernando Torres plans to leave the club when his contract expires at the end of the season to seek more game time.

Fernando Torres could be on his way out at Atletico Madrid

Fernando Torres hasn't had a major role in his latest stint with the club but remains cherished by fans. He repeatedly declares his affection for the team he grew up cheering for and joined at 11.

Fernando Torres strike sees Atletico Madrid go second after Valencia lose

Atletico are second in the standings on 36 points, behind Barcelona while Valencia are third on 34.

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