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.

As far as Carroll is concerned, he is not in action since the month of July. This is mainly because the old injury got aggravated in the pre season training camp of the Hammers in Switzerland. The ex-England international was restricted to only 16 games in the Premier League in the last season and he scored three times. Carroll was asked to play only 18 times during 2016-17 season as he was having fitness concerns after his exit from Newcastle in the year 2011. The former Liverpool forward would miss another 6 to 8 weeks of matches due to his injury. His fan followers are hopeful that he would return fit and fine to show his outstanding performances.

Carroll aims to come back in action in October and West Ham certainly needs him in this season as they have not scored a single point as yet. West Ham is waiting for Carroll’s speedy recovery.