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Deadline day poll: Torres or Carroll?

COBHAM ENGLAND - FEBRUARY 04:  Manager Carlo Ancelotti (L) and Fernando Torres pose for the media at the Chelsea Press Conference on February 4 2011 in Cobham England.  (Photo by Dean Mouhtaropoulos/Getty Images)
COBHAM ENGLAND - FEBRUARY 04: Manager Carlo Ancelotti (L) and Fernando Torres pose for the media at the Chelsea Press Conference on February 4 2011 in Cobham England. (Photo by Dean Mouhtaropoulos/Getty Images)
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It's deadline day in London, and I think we all remember the craziness that occurred just 365 days ago. Chelsea finally broke Liverpool's resolve to keep hold of Fernando Torres and pried him out of their cold dead (or clammy rapidly dying) hands for the low low price of £50 million. Liverpool quickly turned around and wisely invested £35 million of that money in drunken caveman Andy Carroll. It's been a full year now and neither striker has gotten on any sort of roll yet, so I'm going to put forth a pretty simple question. If you had to make one of those two deals again 365 days later, which one would you do?