Keane can't explain form woes for Chelsea flop Torres

LA Galaxy striker Robbie Keane feels Chelsea flop Fernando Torres will come good. Keane, who played alongside him at Anfield, is at a loss to explain why things have gone so badly wrong.

LA Galaxy striker Robbie Keane feels Chelsea flop Fernando Torres will come good.

Keane, who played alongside him at Anfield, is at a loss to explain why things have gone so badly wrong.

He said: "I don't know the reasons, to be honest with you. All I can say is he's a top player and his record speaks for itself.

"At this moment in time, it's not going too well for him, he's not scoring, but whether it's the system of the team or that his confidence has gone, I'm not really too sure.

"I can only judge him on when I played with him and how good he was and the goals he scored.

"Maybe the manager chopping and changing all the time hasn't helped him. There's no question he is certainly low on confidence.

"But he is a great, great fella and I really wish he turns it around - and I am sure he will, there is no question about it.

"What he has done since he came to England, taking away the time at Chelsea, what he has done has been brilliant and his goalscoring record speaks for itself.

"I just hope he can get back to scoring goals like he does - I think everyone wishes that whether you are a Chelsea fan or not."

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