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Why Is Brendan Rodgers Talking About Andy Carroll?

Did I imagine it but did we not hear Brendan Rodgers saying yesterday that he wouldn’t discuss Andy Carroll until the end of the season? If so, what is all this about in the article below. Already in his fledgling Liverpool career Rodgers has said a bit too much at the wrong time on more […]

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LFC confirm Carroll loan

Liverpool Football Club can confirm that Andy Carroll has joined West Ham United on a season-long loan. More: continued here

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Andy Carroll heading for Liverpool FC exit

So, it's official then. Andy Carroll has completed his season-long loan transfer to West Ham United. Although not a huge surprise I still think that it is a shame that Andy wasn't really given a chance by Brendan Rodgers, but, at the end of the day, we have to trust the manager's judgement. How often […]

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Andy Carroll: West Ham revive move for Liverpool striker

West Ham are attempting to revive a move for Liverpool striker Andy Carroll with the move dependant on the player. More: continued here

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Exclusive – Hateley: Italian defenders won’t be able to handle Carroll

Mark Hateley has urged Roy Hodgson to start with Andy Carroll in England’s Euro 2012 quarter-final against Italy. The Liverpool striker brings an aerial threat to the attack, something which former AC Milan forward Hateley believes would unsettle the Italian backline. More: continued here

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Elliott: Carroll could be key for England against Italy

Former Chelsea defender feels the Liverpool striker will be a real threat in Kiev More: continued here

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Parlour: England should play Carroll instead of Welbeck for Italian test

Former Three Lions midfielder, Ray Parlour, claims Andy Carroll will trouble Azzurri defenders more than Danny Welbeck. More: continued here

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Liverpool Dominate A Very Poor Chelsea – Liverpool 4 Chelsea 1

Liverpool ended their disappointing Premier League home campaign in style as they hammered Chelsea 4-1, a scoreline that flattered Roberto Di Matteo’s side. Right from the off Liverpool dominated Chelsea who had the dispirited looking Fernando Torres making his first return to Anfield in a blue shirt. He hit the bar in the first half […]

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Liverpool v Chelsea

Well, it wasn’t to be. Yesterday’s defeat was quite hard to take in a way because I thought that Chelsea would have been there for the taking, especially after all their difficult games they’ve had recently. The way we played in the first half looked as though we’d gone 120 minutes with Napoli, Benfica and […]

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