CARROLL CLOSE TO RETURNING FULL TIME FOR HAMMERS

West Ham star Andy Carroll is close to returning to action for the Premier League side, according to the club coach Manuel Pellegrini. It seems there would be some respite for the Hammers, injury-wise. The spate of injuries that hit the camp at once has affected their start to the season despite the array of talents at disposal.

Even though Carroll is known to be a prolific pointman and returns to full firepower relatively quicker when he returns from injury, the team seems to be comfortable with Marko Arnautovic upfront.
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West Ham fans want Carroll out

West Ham fans want their club to get rid of Andy Carroll at the end of his present contract. Indeed they believe that the player is a liability following his recurrent injuries and that the team will be better off without him.

Indeed Andy Carroll has yet to make an appearance this season as he has been constantly been injured. And with Arnautovic now establishing himself as the main striker for the team it is hard to see Andy Carroll getting a place back in the team easily.
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Carroll’s Recovery Would Do Good To West Ham

Andy Carroll is presently on a break and is trying to recover from an ankle surgery. However, he looked happier when he entered Towie stars this weekend. He put behind his recent defeat to Arsenal while he was partying at a nightclub called as Faces. The 29 year old striker is well known for his stunts and skills and would soon recover to be back in action. He was seen joining the Essex hotspot when the Hammers had to surrender a defeat in 3-1 against the Gunners. Just then Marko Arnautovic gave the squad of Manuel Pellegrini a fast lead as they were struggling at the Emirates.

Nacho Monreal immediately made best attempts to get Arsenal back on its track prior to an Issa Diop goal. Later on Danny Welbeck gave his debut Premier League points to Unai Emery. Only if Carroll could take part in the match, things would be totally different.
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WEST HAM SET FOR SUMMER OVERHAUL

Premier League side West Ham United are set for a summer overhaul, as per reports. The club parted ways with manager David Moyes as his six months contract lapsed. The former Everton and Manchester United boss was brought in to save the day and retain top flight status following the sack of Slaven Bilic. He achieved his mandate but the overall performance meant his contract could not be extended.

Both parties have since parted ways, with the Hammers keen on bringing in an experienced man to help the club to greater achievements next term. There have been several names linked to the job but it is increasingly likely that former Manchester City boss Manuel Pellegrini will get the nod. The Chilean is reportedly in discussion with the club. Other top coaches like Newcastle’s Rafa Benitez and Unai Emery, who just left Paris St Germain, are also top candidates for the role. There is Burnley’s Sean Dyche and former Watford manager Marco Silva.
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ANDY CARROLL RETURNS FOR WEST HAM

West Ham striker Andy Carrroll is set to make a return to the team.


The head of medical services for the club Gary Lewin says the forward should feature likely from the bench on Monday night football as the Hammers play Huddersfield.

Coach SlavenBilic should be relieved to hear the news, considering the fitness crises that the club has suffered in the last two seasons. The England international should help the club with its goalscoring problems as he returns.

Bilic is under serious pressure to get wins else risk being sacked. He has expended huge funds in player transfers but the club has performed poorly in the last year and half. The Croatian manager would run out of excuses to give when the team plays their first home game at the London stadium this season. Read more »

WEST HAM BID FOR MODESTE AND BAKAMBU FAILS

Premier League side West Ham have had their bids for Cologne striker Anthony Modeste and Villareal forward Cedric Bakambu rejected.


The Hammers have been spending considerably in the transfer market of recent and they wanted to break club records for both stars.

The club had paid £20 million for Ghana international Andre Ayew who joined from Swansea last year. However, the club wanted to get the strikers for £22 million each this summer but the bids were thrown out.

The lack of depth affected the team last season when injury crises happened. With persistent injury problems of striker Andy Carroll and DiafraSakho, West Ham want more players. Modeste is a good player that has exceled in Germany after netting 25 times last season. Cologne want£35 million for the French player even though he is 29 years old. Read more »