Roman Torres Morcillo, a defender with Cartaginés and the Panama national team, was born on March 20, 1986, and his Spanish name is Román Aureliano Torres.
He was the “star player” for the national team of Panama, which he represented and led to their first-ever World Cup victory.
Roman Torres Bio/Wiki
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Beginning in January 2006, Torres joined fellow Colombian Anthony Basile on the field at Cortuluá after beginning his career at Chepo. He relocated to La Equidad in January 2007 and was joined there by his countryman Orlando Rodriguez.
His performances caught the attention of numerous clubs, namely English Championship teams Swansea City and Blackpool in the 2010 winter transfer market.
Relocation to England, nevertheless, never happened. In December 2011 and January 2012, he participated in a trial with the Championship team Nottingham Forest, winning over manager Steve Cotterill. However, this plan also fell through.
Roman was most recently connected with a move to Brazilian team Palmeiras due to his continuous success at Millonarios FC, but this too did not happen.
With Millonarios FC, with whom he played more than 100 matches, he won the Liga Postobón II 2012 Colombian national football championship.
Seattle Sounders FC
Torres signed a contract with Seattle Sounders FC on August 12, 2015. On August 18, he made his club debut in Seattle during a 4-0 victory over Orlando City SC.
Torres suffered a knee injury during a game on September 12 against the San Jose Earthquakes, forcing a halftime substitution. Later on, it was discovered to be an anterior cruciate ligament injury, necessitating surgery and recovery time for Torres to miss the remainder of the season. In June 2016, Torres returned to team workouts, and he fully resumed play on August 28 during a match against the Portland Timbers.
In a penalty shootout against Toronto FC on December 10, 2016, Torres converted the winning shot to give his team the MLS Cup.
The news that Torres has joined Inter Miami ahead of their 2020 MLS debut was made public on December 29, 2019.
The Panama U-20 team that competed in the 2005 FIFA World Youth Cup in the Netherlands included Torres.
Torres has played in 119 games for the whole Panama national team, including World Cup qualifiers in 2006, 2010, 2014, and 2018.
On July 17, 2005, he made his CONCACAF Gold Cup debut against South Africa. Additionally, he participated in three games in the 2007 CONCACAF Gold Cup.
Torres opened the scoring with a header while serving as captain of the Panamanian team in the 2015 CONCACAF Gold Cup semifinal. After Torres was given a red card for a foul, his side lost the game in extra time with a man disadvantage.
Roman Torres Awards
- Copa Rommel Fernández: 2003
- Liga Panameña de Futbol: 2005 Clausura, 2006 Apertura
- Copa Colombia: 2008
- Categoría Primera A: 2010 Apertura
- Categoría Primera A: 2011 Apertura
- Categoría Primera A: 2012 Finalización
Seattle Sounders FC
- MLS Cup: 2016, 2019
- Copa Centroamericana: 2009; runner-up: 2007
- CONCACAF Gold Cup runner-up: 2005, 2013
- CONCACAF Best XI: 2015, 2017
Roman Torres Net Worth
The range of Roman Torres’s net worth or income is thought to be between $3 Million. However, his major occupation as a soccer player has brought him a significant amount of wealth.
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Roman Torres FIFA 22 Stats
In FIFA 22, Roman Torres has an overall rating of 68 and his potential is also 68.
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He is currently 37 years old (as of 2023).
He is 186 cm tall.
He plays as a defender.
After his transfer to Chelsea, his net worth is $3 Million (as of 2023).