Chelsea, as the signing of Demba Ba from Newcastle United looks to have signalled the beginning of the end for Fernando Torres at Stamford Bridge.

Although Chelsea manager Rafa Benitez started the Spaniard in the Capital One Cup loss against Swansea in the week, Fernando’s days at the Bridge look numbered.

Here is Ba coming on for Torres on Wednesday, a substitution the Blues fans wanted much earlier, but can you come up with a funny caption for the picture?

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