Posts tagged: Andy Carroll


Premier League club Newcastle United are set to allow striker Andy Carroll to leave the club at the end of the season after failing to convince the club’s bosses that he can still be an integral part of the club’s setup. The veteran striker joined the Tyneside club on a free transfer at the end of last season but it has not turned out to be the sort of transfer that was expected and both the player and the club could part ways this summer.

Newcastle United manager Steve Bruce revealed during the unveiling of the former Liverpool striker that his experience would be needed at the club so the other strikers could learn from him in training and integrate his playing style into their game so they can improve their chances of becoming better Forwards in front of goal, but that has not been the case thus far.
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Carroll Shares What He Thinks About His Time At Newcastle

Andy Carroll is not a happy man at Newcastle, and he is not hiding it at all. The striker has boldly admitted that he is enduring mental torture from both the fact that Newcastle are suffering a poor run of form, and that he is not getting enough game time at the club. He is currently in his second season at the club and only scored the first goal of his Newcastle career since returning from the defeat against Leicester City in January.

He has now opened up on his time at the club so far, citing that he is not happy that the club are in the position that they are in at the moment and that he is not being given the chance to try to help. The poor run Newcastle are suffering now is one that saw them win just three games out of 15 and they are trying to avoid a relegation scuffle. Read more »


Andy Carroll is reportedly set to make a move to the Major League Soccer at the end of the season. according to reports from England, the 30-year-old could make the move in the summer as his contract expires at the end of the season.

Carroll has endured a torrid spell at West Ham as he has been ravaged by injuries since making the switch from Liverpool seven years ago. It is understood that West Ham are not likely to take the option of triggering the extra two years clause in his contract and would be looking to cut the forward off its wage bill.
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Andy Carroll’s Want of the Hour is His Latest Contract

Hating or loving him is up to you, Carroll is desperately playing like he wants a brand new contract with West Ham, but let’s see he can get one or not? There is no space to question the team entering the new season, 2019-2020. West Ham is on full revamping mode where most of the strikers involved with the team are departing. The only option left from this season is like Xande Silva… and Andy Carroll?

Regarding Andy Caroll, he is a great player and especially for West Ham, he has fared extremely well. At the same time, he is unique and powerful and the only reason why he is so inconsistent is because of injury concerns.Whenever an opportunity is given, Carroll runs a lot harder than previous. Maybe Pellegrini is too much motivating for him or maybe something else like the reality of his fancy way of life in London.
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English Premier League’s Crystal Palace are in dire need of a new striker and West Ham’s Andy Carroll has been ear-marked as a potential important signing, even though the player has just returned from a hamstring injury.

West Ham forward Andy Carroll should consider making a move to London rivals Crystal Palace to try to bring his faltering career right back on track.
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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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