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For Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman in the classic 1942 film Casablanca, it was a case of "We'll always have Paris" and for Fernando Torres and the Chelsea fans it will be "We'll always have Barcelona".In January 2011, Chelsea broke the British transfer record by splashing out 50 million pounds ($77.75 million) on Liverpool striker Torres, who ended his days at Stamford Bridge Saturday when the Londoners announced that the loan switch he made to AC Milan in August would become a permanent move on Jan. 5 .That 2012-13 season, half of which Torres spent working under his former Liverpool coach Rafa Benitez, was his best in Chelsea blue.While he enjoyed some great highs during his time in west London, his Chelsea career will still be looked upon largely as a failure.He was sent off three times and his tally of 46 goals in 172 games represents a stunning fall from grace compared to 81 goals in 142 matches for Liverpool and 38 strikes in 110 games for Spain.
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