Collymore wrote in the People: "Itâ€™s all over for the striker now. His confidence is beyond shot.
"And the money he has earned over the past two years wonâ€™t have been compensation for such a torrid time, despite what fans say.
"Trust me, in hindsight heâ€™d have played for free over the last two years if it meant he would score with the frequency and quality of his time at Anfield.
"But he is at the point where he has programmed himself to see success as simply hassling Âdefenders who have Âstolen the ball from him.
"His self-belief, his Âswagger, his smile are all gone. So are the goals.
"He will sit at home Âhaving pondered every Âscenario â€“ from going back to Liverpool and the Âglory days, to retirement.
"He will have thought about Âgoing home to Spain, too.
"This is all for his own comfort Âbecause the Âcurrent reality is dark, desperate and lonely.
"He will put on the blue of Chelsea every day and he will hate it, as he will the daily drive to Cobham for training. Nothing Âpersonal against Chelsea or their fine training complex, but everything he sees now that involves his club football Âexperience will be negative.
"I have said this before and I have to say it again: Itâ€™s time to go, Fernando. For your sake, and yours alone."
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