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The Blues!

The Spanish striker Fernando Torres spent some quality time with the reds of Liverpool but has since chosen to seek greener pastures at Stamford Bridge with the Blues of Chelsea! Watch out for Fernando Torres the one they call "El Nino!"

Always the Blues, always a fan.

Support the stars of Stamford Bridge with this cool Chelsea tee. It's a must for every Blues' fan's closet!

100% cotton.

NOTE: This product was pretreated to ensure quality and long life-span of the graphic. Please wash and dry before first wearing to remove any residue that may be visible.


El atacante español Fernando Torres pasó varias temporadas con el Liverpool, pero ahora es fundamental en la delantera del Chelsea. Apoya al “Niño” con esta atractiva camiseta del Chelsea, pieza que no puede faltar en el guardarropa de todo aficionado al e

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