Torres broke the jinx of goal drought since joining Chelsea after transfering from Liverpool and he is back with the bang that made Chelsea pay so much for his signature as he was made the most expensive player ever transfered from one English club to another English club.
Di Matteo promised after taking over from former sacked coach Villas-Boas,to stand by the Spaniard and give him whatever support he would be needing as a launching pad to regain his former form for he believes that Torres can still bounce back.
By this, Torres has so far started four in seven Blues’matches under the tutelage of Di Matteo since playing second shot to Ivorien Didier Drogba who has always been the top man for AVB.
Torres completely lacked confidence during the reign of AVB as he went 24 hours of football without a goal and as it is right now, the Spaniard might not be allowed to leave Stamford Bridge if his recent form continues.
It could be said from the angle of the players that AVB never gave Fernando Torres a fair chance to bring his game to fore so does Kalou’s situation too, where due to him not signing a new contract,he always was not picked for action but for Di Matteo’s emergence as a temp coach for the club their faiths were restored.