Andy Carroll & Luis Suarez

Andrew Thomas Carroll (born 6 January 1989) is an English footballer who plays for Premier League club Liverpool and the England national team as a striker. Luis Alberto Suárez Díaz (born 24 January 1987) is a Uruguayan footballer who plays for Liverpool and the Uruguayan national team. 5.0/5

Andy Carroll Luis Suarez West Ham Brendan Rodgers Stewart Downing Manchester City Manchester United Fernando Torres Premier League Pepe Reina Real Madrid Jordan Henderson Steven Gerrard Jonjo Shelvey Upton Park Kenny Dalglish Gonzalo Higuain Fabio Borini

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LATEST NEWS ARSENAL | CHELSEA | Crystal Palace | QPR | TOTTENHAM | West Ham Welcome to Standard Sport's Transfer Hub, bringing you all the latest news, gossip, reaction and confirmed deals from the January transfer window. Get involved in our Live Blog below, or simply sit back and enjoy the ride. Please wait a moment for the Live Blog to load Over the years we have witnessed the cash well and truly splashed in January, with Fernando Torres joining Chelsea, Liverpool signing Andy Carroll and Luis Suarez, not to mention that late, late deal to bring Arshavin (remember him?) to the Emirates. Oh, and when Spurs signed Ryan Nelsen... Will Arsenal sign that much-needed holding midfielder? Will Manchester United finally land Strootman? And will Tottenham manage to hold onto Hugo Lloris? And how will Alan Pardew mould his Crystal Palace side? All will be revealed, right here on Standard Sport, before the window closes on February 2. Comment on this article! SportsEvening StandardCrystal Palace F.C. Read on the w ...
TRANSFER GOSSIP Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal will have to spend £60m if he is to secure Roma midfielder Kevin Strootman, 24, in January. (Sunday Mirror) Newcastle are interested in signing West Ham striker Andy Carroll during the January transfer window and bringing the 25-year-old back to the club where he started his career. (Sunday People) West Ham are keen on tempting Jermain Defoe back to Upton Park and are ready to compete with QPR for the 31-year-old Toronto FC forward's signature. (Sunday Mirror) Arsenal and Tottenham are set for a battle in the January transfer window with the north London rivals both weighing up a move for Basel defender Fabian Schar, 22. (Daily Star) Van Gaal has denied claims from Bayern Munich manager Pep Guardiola that players from the German club did not want to move to Old Trafford during the summer. (Observer) United are cautious over a move to sign former winger Cristiano Ronaldo, especially after the 29-year-old opted against a move to them last year and si ...
It's horrific to think Luis Suarez spent his first 18 months at Liverpool chasing Andy Carroll's flick ons
Here, Sportsmail looks at the Premier League's top 10 strikers in terms of minutes-per-goal: 10. Ian Wright Goals: 113, minutes played, 17781, minutes per goal: 157.4 Now more accustomed with your television box, Ian Wright was once a force to be reckoned with in the six-yard box. Born in east London, Wright began his career with Crystal Palace and enjoyed his most productive years at Arsenal. He also had a spell with West Ham in the top flight. 9. Luis Suarez Goals: 47, minutes played: 7242, minutes per goal: 154.1 He may divide opinion, but Luis Suarez has been Liverpool's goal machine since joining the club from Ajax in 2011. The Uruguay international was the Reds' most expensive signing until the arrival of Andy Carroll just days later, and it is fair to say that Suarez has proved better value for money... 8. Michael Owen Goals: 150, minutes played: 23033, minutes per goal: 153.6 After breaking on to the scene as a child prodigy at the 1998 World Cup, Michael Owen became England's hottest property dur ...
Liverpool have moved swiftly to replace Barca-bound Luis Suarez by making a £60m bid for West Ham's Andy Carroll.
Liverpool Transfer News: Latest on Rickie Lambert, Alberto Moreno and More Rodgers was quick to sell the hulking presence of Andy Carroll when he arrived at Anfield, so the move for Lambert comes as a shock. He doesn't typically play with a powerful centre-forward type, but he may be looking to add the option to his bench. The Reds currently lack an aerial presence up front, but Rodgers no doubt also values the intelligence of Lambert on the ball. Given Liverpool's extra commitments in the Champions League next term, the addition of Lambert looks extremely shrewd. Currently the Reds only have Luis Suarez and Daniel Sturridge as genuine striking options, so to add an England international for £4 million makes smart business sense. His move may also prove to be vital in the hunt for Adam Lallana. Talks appear to have cooled between the two clubs and reports now suggest Mauricio Pochettino is looking to bring his former colleague to Tottenham, per Dominic Fifield of the Guardian. Xherdan Shaqiri is said to ...
This day in 2012- Luis Suarez & Andy Carroll score as Liverpool beat Everton 2-1 in the FA Cup semi-final at Wembley h…
Liverpool na baba for BPL Na two penariti gol from Steven Gerrard helep Liverpool kollect dia seat siddon on top Premier League as dem beat West Ham United 2-1 on Sunday. Afta Everton waya Arsenal for dia earli match Liverpool and West Ham come enta field play dia own as Liverpool bin sabi say if dem win na shekpe tins be dat. Andy Carroll wey bin dey Liverpool bifor come jam hin foma team face to face and de tall strika worri Liverpool defendas no be small, but na Liverpool come open market for de match. Luis Suarez bin find cross bring come inside West Ham eightin and na so James Tompkins come use hand touch and Steven Gerrard no make mistake to score am. West Ham come komot begin dey fight and e no take time wey dem find de ekwaliser jus one minut afta Gerrard penariti as Guy Demel score dia gol, but e be like Andy Carroll bin foul Mignolet bifor de ball drop for Demel. Refuree and hin assitant come see for camera discuss de matter bifor dem come gree say make de gol stand. Gerrard, wey score two penar ...
Steven Gerrard RESERVES SPECIAL PRAISE FOR Lucas Leiva: “Lucas deserves a special mention.” “I think there was a lot of pressure on him - the Brazil coach was here to watch him. He hasn't played much of late, but he's come back and worked his socks off to get fit. “The ball he played for the second goal - people have been raving about Coutinho all year and the passes he has made - but for me, that was right up there with Brazil's best. I think that helped us go on and get the win. "So it's great credit to Lucas and I think it shows that in this squad now we have a bit of everything - a bit of class, a bit of skill in Luis Suarez, Daniel Sturridge and Coutinho. “But we've also got some steel. We have lads here who want to roll their sleeves up and dig in." Gerrard saluted the manner in which the Reds overcame conceding a controversial equaliser just before the break. Andy Carroll clearly fouled Simon Mignolet before Guy Demel fired home but referee Anthony Taylor allowed the goal to stand. “I t ...
Sunday stat for you Andy Carroll was infact £12.5 million more expensive then Luis Suarez
Today's paper talk THE SUN Arsene Wenger branded Jose Mourinho an "embarrassment" as their war of words escalates. France forward Olivier Giroud faces a fine after denying having an affair to Arsene Wenger. The Football Association faces a battle to stop the details of Andy Carroll's move from Newcastle to Liverpool public due to court proceedings. Joleon Lescott will leave Manchester City in the summer as he is yet to be offered a new deal. Sunderland manager Gus Poyet was taken to hospital last week after collapsing during an evening out. Lothar Matthaus has criticised Felix Magath for walking out on negotiations with Hamburg to sign for Fulham. Cardiff midfielder Gary Medel faces a spell on the sidelines after admitting on social media that he has a muscle tear. Daily Mirror Arsenal did not meet asking price for Julian Draxler in January's transfer window, claim his German club Schalke. Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers admitted he was "disappointed" Luis Suarez wasn't given a penalty by England's World C ...
On this day in 2011, Liverpool signed Luis Suarez (£22.8m) and a few hours later Andy Carroll (£35m).
Andy Carroll. Newcastle to Liverpool for a huge fee of £35 million. £12million more than Luis Suarez
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Raheem Sterling could make his 58th app in total, the same amount that Andy Carroll managed in his 2 year stay at the club. Also, Luis Suarez will overtake Dirk Kuyt's tally of 71 goals in RED, if he finds the back of the net today.
Blood Red: 2013 was start of Reds revolution Posted on January 4, 2014 by Liverpool Echo 2013 will go down as the year when Brendan Rodgers’ Anfield revolution gathered pace. No other club matched Liverpool’s tally of 84 Premier League goals and 37 league matches yielded 69 points. In stark contrast the Reds netted just 54 goals and picked up only 46 points from 39 league games in 2012. The momentum generated by an impressive end to last season was carried over into the first half of the 2013/14 campaign as Liverpool proved they are genuine contenders for a Champions League spot. It was also the year when Rodgers won over the doubters and showed he has all the credentials to be a long-term success for the Reds. His attacking brand of football lit up Anfield and he dealt admirably with some testing situations. The way he handled the Luis Suarez saga showcased his man-management skills and the manner in which he ruthlessly dispensed with the likes of Andy Carroll and Pepe Reina showed he’s not one to ...
Daily Telegraph chief sports writer Paul Hayward: "Luis Suarez is currently the best player in England, so paying him 10m a season to stay at Liverpool for four and a half more years is the best piece of business open to the Anfield board as they aim to secure top spot in the Premier League against chaotic Cardiff City. "For a club who blew 35m on Andy Carroll - and made 50m from the sale of Fernando Torres - lifting Suarez's salary into the top tier of Europe's superstars was a calculation a child could have made. "In a market where Marouane Fellaini cost 27m, and Spurs spent 26m on Roberto Soldado, a 10m annual outlay to keep Suarez at Anfield counts as a bargain, assuming you accept the insane economics of modern football in the first place."
Here is a roundup of todays transfer rumours, Gossip and speculation from all today’s newspapers… Liverpool are ready to open contract talks with Luis Suarez. (The Sun) Brendan Rodgers says he sold Andy Carroll in order to get the best out of Luis Suarez. (The Sun) Steve Clarke has called on West Brom to string together some results – or he fears his job could be on the line. (The Sun) Manchester City want to tie goalkeeper Costel Pantillimon down to a new deal. (The Sun) Andre Villas-Boas has pleaded with Tottenham fans to be patient with Erik Lamela. (Daily Star) Rene Meulensteen will not stand in Dimitar Berbatov’s way if the Bulgarian forward still wants to quit Fulham next month. (Daily Star) Bungling FA chairman Greg *** made a cut-throat gesture after England were drawn in a World Cup Group of Death. (Daily Star) Rio Ferdinand claims David Moyes is turning Manchester United into a nervous wreck. (Daily Star) Manchester United have opened talks with Cruzeiro midfielder Ribeiro over a £15mi ...
METRO - Brendan Rodgers: I was forced to let Andy Carroll leave Liverpool to help Luis Suarez -
Liverpool allowed Andy Carroll to join West Ham to benefit star striker Luis Suarez, according to Manager Brendan Rodgers.
London Evening Standard Andy Carroll has given West Ham a huge fitness boost, as he is likely to be back in London next week to begin running. Andre Villas-Boas's position as Tottenham manager is under increasing scrutiny from disgruntled board members but he is not facing the imminent threat of the sack. MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS Manchester United manager David Moyes has insisted he won't tell United striker Wayne Rooney to curb his aggressive style. Moyes is willing to offer either Antonio Valencia or Anderson in exchange for Galatasaray midfielder Wesley Sneijder. Tottenham Hotspur and Chelsea are both interested in out-of-favour Manchester United midfielder Shinji Kagawa. LIVERPOOL ECHO Brendan Rodgers is trailing teenage striker Kevin Mendez after a glowing report from his countryman and current Liverpool hitman Luis Suarez. Liverpool and Manchester United will reportedly activate a release clause in Arda Turan's Atletico Madrid contract in January. Roberto Martinez insists Everton will find a way to c ...
Liverpool paid £35m for Andy Carroll. Liverpool also paid £35m for Daniel Sturridge and Luis Suarez.
Who was a complete rip off and a complete bargain? January 2011 - £35m for Andy Carroll from Newcastle January 2011 - £22m for Luis Suarez from Ajax July 2007 - £20.5m for Fernando Torres from Atletico Madrid July 2008 - £20.3m for Robbie Keane from Spurs July 2011 - £20m for Stewart Downing from Aston Villa February 2008 - £18.5m for Javier Mascherano from West Ham June 2009 - £18m for Glen Johnson from Portsmouth August 2009 - £17.5m for Alberto Aquilani from Roma June 2011 - £16m for Jordan Henderson from Sunderland August 2012 - £15m for Joe Allen from Swansea July 2004 - £14.5m for Djibril Cisse from Auxerre January 2013 - £12m for Daniel Sturridge from Chelsea July 2007 - £11.5m for Ryan Babel from Ajax August 2010 - £11.5m for Raul Meireles from Porto March 2000 - £11m for Emile Heskey from Leicester August 2004 - £10.7m for Xabi Alonso from Real Sociedad July 2012 - £10.5m for Fabio Borini from Roma August 2006 - £10m for Dirk Kuyt from Feyenoord June 2002 - £10m for El Hadji Di ...
. Andy Carroll,Stewart Downing,Charlie Adam,Luis Suarez. All linked with spurs before Liverpool. Get your own scouts.
England failing at every level at football - well shock horror! We knew years ago this would happen. As much as we admire and watch the Premiership it has come at a cost. Yet how can we blame clubs for buying the same calibre of foreign player for half the price of an English player? Andy Carroll 35m - Luis Suarez 22m. Jordan Henderson 20m - spurs paid 8m for van der vaart! It ain't gonna change anytime soon!
STRIKERS haven’t been far from the news for Liverpool this summer. Whether it be the departure of their record signing, the wantaway machinations of their most prized asset, the fretting over the August availability of their in-form January acquisition or the wrangle concerning the capture of a new signing, the forward line hasn’t been far from Brendan Rodgers’ mind. But while Andy Carroll, Luis Suarez, Daniel Sturridge and Iago Aspas have all commanded their share of the headlines, another forward has slipped under the radar. Yet that has been the way for much of Fabio Borini’s Anfield career. Since arriving for £10.5million from Roma last July to become Rodgers’ first signing as Liverpool manager, Borini has struggled to make an impact. Not helped by first a broken foot and later a dislocated shoulder, the 22-year-old was restricted to just 20 appearances – and just five league starts – during his debut season and had to wait until April to notch his first Premier League goal in the 6-0 r ...
Transfer News so far: MOST LIKELY 'IN'S' 1. Kolo Toure on free transfer. 2. Iago Aspas for 7.7m. 3. Luis Alberto set for medical and 6.5m transfer. 4. Henrikh Mkh soon to be set for a medical and 18 - 22m transfer. 5. Deep talks with FC Porto's Cristian Atsu for a transfer around 3.5m 6. Talks fading away with Tiago Llori, but still existent, and if possible a 3m transfer. 7. Talks also fading away with Papadopoulos, but also still existent and if possible a 15m transfer. 8. Deep talks with Simon Mignolet and a possible 9m transfer. MOST LIKELY 'OUT'S' 1. Well this an already 'Out' - Andy Carroll 15m transfer to West Ham. 2. Downing in talks with possible move to a few different PL clubs, a couple being Fulham and Stoke. 3. Jonjo Shelvey in apparent talks with a few PL clubs. 4. Pepe Reina is a big possibility for a transfer to Barcelona, and especially after saying that he would like to play at a "bigger club" 5. The obvious one, Luis Suarez possibly on his way to Real Madrid for around 45 - 65m. So what ...
Transfer stories and gossip : Gonzalo Higuain has agreed to come to Arsenal as the club-record £22million deal nears a conclusion. Spanish forward Iago Aspas will have to pay up to £4million out of his own pocket if he is to finally secure his dream move to Liverpool. Former Liverpool boss Rafa Benitez has set his sights on Luis Suarez as a replacement for Edinson Cavani at Napoli. Manchester United keeper David de Gea sent a clear ‘Come and join me’ plea to Thiago Alcantara after his Spain Under-21 captain’s hat-trick helped make them European champions. He wrote "See you in Manchester" on the match ball given to the Barca player. Andy Carroll has completed his transfer to West Ham after signing a six-year deal for a club record fee. Carlos Tevez is poised for a £10million switch to AC Milan, according to reports in Italy. Arsenal target Clement Grenier is set to sign a one-year contract extension at Lyon, according to reports from France. Swansea have made a £8.5million offer for Lyon ...
Liverpool will tell Luis Suarez, 26, he has to put in a transfer request if he is to leave the club. Shakhtar Donetsk attacking midfielder Henrikh Mkhitaryan, 24, is set to arrive at Anfield for a medical ahead of a £23m move to Liverpool this week. Liverpool will fund that transfer with the sale of striker Andy Carroll, 24, to West Ham. The Reds have been forced to compromise over the fee for the England international to generate funds for Mkhitaryan. Carroll will undergo a medical with the Upton Park club on Tuesday after agreeing a six-year £100,000-a-week deal to turn his loan switch from the Reds into a permanent move. Arsenal are favourites to sign Real Madrid striker Gonzalo Higuain, 25, after Juventus switched their attention to Manchester City's Carlos Tevez, 29. The Gunners are also interested in signing Spain Under-21 and Real Sociedad defensive midfielder Asier Illarramendi, 23. Arsenal centre-back Laurent Koscielny will reject the advances of Barcelona and Bayern Munich to stay with the nor ...
Do you think LFC were right in selling Andy Carroll?
BY A CONCERNED LIVERPOOL FAN If only Rodgers had Dalglish's money to spend on Liverpool… During Kenny Dalglish’s second spell as manager of Liverpool, he managed to spend £130.3 million. Whilst many have criticized the way the Reds legend spent the club’s resources, it must also be acknowledged he brought in a number of players who can be considered successes at the club. The likes of Luis Suarez, for example, along with Jose Enrique, Suso, Brad Jones, and Jonjo Shelvey were acquisitions that can not be considered entirely wasteful, by their varying degrees of success. However, his acquisitions of Andy Carroll, Stewart Downing, Charlie Adam, Sebastian Coates and Jordan Henderson for the most part for excessive transfer fees have left the club and the new Manager Brendan Rodgers in the lurch. Those players combined cost £85.5 million – Adam and Carroll together will make a loss for the club of £22.9 million (providing Carroll signs for West Ham this summer at £15.5 million which represents a lo ...
*Liverpool have told Luis Suarez he will have to hand in a formal transfer request if he intends to quit the club this summer. *Arsenal are increasingly confident of wrapping up the signing of Manchester United winger Luis Nani. *Sir Alex Ferguson’s first Manchester United team-sheet valued at over £300,000 less than Scot’s old chewing gum *Chelsea, Manchester City and Manchester United all look set to miss out on Robert Lewandowski after Borussia Dortmund ruled out selling their star striker. *Andy Carroll is set to undergo a medical at West Ham as the striker moves closer to a Liverpool exit. *Chelsea defender David Luiz admits he has grilled his Brazilian team-mates about the on-going ‘project’ at Paris Saint-Germain, fuelling rumours he could be ready to quit Stamford Bridge this summer. *Isco has confirmed Manchester City and Real Madrid have both tabled offers for his signature – but the playmaker admits the arrival of his former Malaga boss Manuel Pellegrini at the Etihad Stadium could b ...
LATEST FOOTBALL NEWS 1. Luis Suarez has urged Liverpool to heed hiswishes as he continues to try and engineer a summer move. LFC fans, your thoughts on Luis? 2. Former Brazil boss Dunga believes that the Confederations Cup could transform the Selecao into world beaters. 3. Jose Mourinho wants Chelsea to make a bigstatement by signing Robert Lewandowski (Star) 4. Arsenal are prepared to bid £25m for Real Madrid striker Gonzalo Higuain. (Guardian) 5. Manchester United's new manager David Moyes will have a £60m transfer fund to reinforce the Old Trafford club's squad (Telegraph) 6. Strootman's agent says EPL remains the midfielder's preferred destination, but doesn't rule out move to Serie A. 7. Jesus Navas has backed new manager Manuel Pellegrini to be a big hit at ManchesterCity. 8. West Ham co-owner David Gold has promised two major signings up front as finaltalks with Andy Carroll move closer. (Express) 9. Reading have signed Dutch international Royston Drenthe on a free transfer from Russian club Alan ...
5 players who could leave anfield this summer Luis Suarez Pepe Reina Jonjo Shelvey Andy Carroll and Martin Skrtel who do you think will leave? J.carlo
Kopites, I've always wondered what your thoughts are on which country you think is best for buying players from? What nationality would you say has the best type of players you think would make a difference for Liverpool? For me I would say Germany because they have brilliant players who are already developed and also fantastic youth. So far, these are the players we have got and their nationality; England (15) - Steven Gerrard, Daniel Sturridge, Jordan Henderson, Glen Johnson, Stewart Downing, Andy Carroll, Martin Kelly, Raheem Stering, Jonjo Shelvey, John Flanagan, Jack Robinson, Andre Wisdom, Conor Coady, Jay Spearing, Adam Morgan Spain (4) - Pepe Reina, Jose Enrique, Suso, Dani Pacheco Brazil (2) - Phillipe Coutinho, Lucas Leiva Uruguay (2) - Luis Suarez, Sebastian Coates Germany (1) - Samed Yesil Italy (1) - Fabio Borini Denmark (1) - Daniel Agger Slovakia (1) - Martin Skrtel Wales (1) - Joe Allen Australia (1) - Brad Jones Morocco (1) - Oussama Assaidi What are your thoughts kopites? What Country an ...
Sterling tips Reds for Champions League Raheem Sterling has backed a revamped Liverpool to secure Champions League qualification next season. Anfield Manager Brendan Rodgers is attempting to bolster his squad by completing deals for Celta Vigo forward Iago Aspas and Sporting Lisbon centre-back Tiago Ilori. Rodgers, who has already signed central defender Kolo Toure on a free transfer from Manchester City, is also considering moves for Sunderland goalkeeper Simon Mignolet, Schalke's Greece international defender Kyriakos Papadopoulos and Shakhtar Donetsk midfielder Henrikh Mkhitaryan. So far, departures from Anfield have seen central defender Jamie Carragher retire, while striker Andy Carroll is trying to agree personal terms for a move to West Ham. There is uncertainty over the future of Luis Suarez following his public announcement that he wants to leave, while goalkeeper Pepe Reina has been linked with Barcelona as a long-term replacement for Victor Valdes. Sterling, though, feels Liverpool are on the r ...
Newcastle's bid of £10m rejected Newcastle were hoping to bring former striker Andy Carroll back to the club, but their hopes to re-sign the striker have been dashed after Liverpool rejected the Toon's final offer of £10m. West Ham United have already made a bid of £15m for the striker, which Liverpool are still considering. Newcastle's bid of £10m seems to be some way off of Liverpool's valuation. Brendan Rodgers remains committed to the fact that Carroll will not be an important member of his squad next year, even if Luis Suarez is sold to another team.
Liverpool What had looked like a season of quiet rebuilding has turned into a storm with the news that Luis Suarez wants to leave. The club want to retain him, but they have already named their price. Away from that, a new set of central defenders is being chased and there are questions over Pepe Reina's goalkeeping future. Leaving? Jamie Carragher (confirmed), Jay Spearing, Martin Skrtel, Sebastian Coates, Stewart Downing, Andy Carroll, Pepe Reina, Luis Suarez Incoming? Kolo Toure (confirmed), Iago Aspas, Kyriakos Papadopoulos, Lucas Digne, Christian Eriksen, Hatem Ben Arfa, Ashley Williams, Simon Mignolet, Christian Benteke, Alex McCarthy, Asmir Begovic
What? Liverpool's ongoing saga involving Luis Suarez took a bizarre twist today when Bayern Munich are reportedly ready to offer Arjen Robben to Liverpool as part of a deal to sign the Uruguayan. Meanwhile the Reds are hoping that by lending Oussama Assaidi to Sporting Lisbon they can convince them to lower the asking price for Tiago Ilori. The 20-year-old is highly rated by Sporting and president Bruno de Carvalho has already rejected a £3.6m bid from Liverpool. Also, Andy Carroll wants a whopping pay rise to £100,000-a-week to complete his £15.5million move from Liverpool for West Ham while Liverpool remain the clear favourites to sign Barcelona youngster Christian Tello. Thoughts? JE
London Evening Standard Arsene Wenger has admitted Arsenal would be interested in signing Wayne Rooney but believes the Manchester United striker's relationship with David Moyes is the key factor in his availability. FULHAM CHRONICLE Mark Schwarzer admits he's no closer to resolving his Fulham future. QPR have recalled Hogan Ephraim from his loan spell at MLS side Toronto FC. MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS Craig Bellamy has lifted the lid on the tensions former Blues boss Roberto Mancini caused among the City squad during his spell in charge. Manchester City legend Paul Lake is to leave the Blues to take up a role with the Premier League. LIVERPOOL ECHO Andy Carroll's exit from Anfield is set to be confirmed this week as Liverpool look to fend off interest in Luis Suarez. Monday is likely to be new manager D-Day for Everton. NEWCASTLE CHRONICLE Monaco could be set to test Newcastle United's resolve over Yohan Cabaye. Paolo Di Canio's Sunderland have joined the queue of clubs monitoring Romelu Lukaku's situation ...
I figured now I'd give an idea of the players I think that will be leaving us this summer and their fees. Luis Suarez £45m Andy Carroll £15m Martin Skrtel £12m Jonjo Shelvey £6m Sebastian Coates £5m Jay Spearing £3m Ousamma Assiadi £3m I'd say they are certainly out with Glen Johnson, Pepe Reina, and Stewart Downing possibly on the way out. Add the £89m above to our £25m transfer kitty and we are in for one *** of a transfer window reds.
"Now Liverpool, if...IF Luis Suarez leaves...don't spend all the money on Andy Carroll again."ya heard?
Latest EPL News & Transfer Gossips :- - Wayne Rooney fears he is being forced out of Manchester United and into exile as Paris Saint-Germain - but insists he has NOT handed in a formal transfer request. - West Ham are plotting to pair Romeu Lukaku with Andy Carroll in a potentially sensational strike-force next season. - But West Ham's bid to sign Andy Carroll received a massive blow last night after the England striker was sidelined for up to FOUR MONTHS. - Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has been quoted a staggering £30million for No.1 striker target Stevan Jovetic. - Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers is ready to swoop for highly-rated Greece international Kyriakos Papadopoulos, and will table a firm £13.5million offer for the centre-half. - Liverpool's Luis Suarez is happy, settled and won't leave Anfield, says boss Rodgers. - Liverpool keeper Pepe Reina admits being 'flattered' by Barcelona's interest. - Chelsea and Manchester City target Radamel Falcao will 'decide his own future' says Atletico Madrid chie ...
Top Transfer Rumours: Jose Mourinho will fly to London on June 2 and sign a four-year deal with Chelsea worth £250,000 per week. Andy Carroll wanted to return to Liverpool but Anfield bosses axed the idea because of his wages. Arsenal are lining up a £19m bid for Real Madrid striker Gonzalo Higuain. Brendan Rodgers expects Andy Carroll's future to be decided long before the end of the transfer window after Liverpool accepted a £15m offer for the striker from West Ham. Liverpool are bracing themselves for Bayern Munich to step up their interest in Luis Suarez. PSG are planning a £100m deal to land Wayne Rooney. Manuel Pellegrini is expected to start work at Manchester City on June 3. Athletico Bilbao's Fernando Amorebieta and Dnipro's Derek Boateng have joined Fulham on free transfers. -abaas
Last season, Andy Carroll, Grant Holt, Samir Carruthers, Simon Cox, Darren Pratley and Luis Suarez had all got booked ONCE for diving. Gareth Bale got booked TWICE for diving BUT it was Suarez who was singled out as the biggest cheat. That's british media for you! Credit to: Liverpool FC Latest / Transfer News / Rumours / Scores (F)
Long but worth a read reds (Nicky) With Daniel Sturridge on the way back from injury and the emergence of Phillipe Coutinho as a player of real class, suddenly Liverpool's attacking options are looking distinctly less limited. How will Brendan Rodgers choose to employ his front men? As the summer drew to a close, Brendan Rodgers had a plan. He would move on Andy Carroll, initially on loan, and begin the campaign with Luis Suarez ably assisted by the promising Fabio Borini and the seasoned Clint Dempsey, fresh from a hugely impressive Premiership season. That, as we know, didn't pan out as expected and Suarez was left to carry the club through the first half of the season. The way the Uruguayan responded was nothing short of miraculous. Suarez showed brilliance, strength of character, tenacity and leadership but his world-class form was too often undermined by the fact that, if he did not score, then no other Liverpool player seemed inclined to share the burden. Academy youngsters Suso, Shelvey and Sterlin ...
Stewart Downing finally has people on his side, with Liverpool fans now starting to praise his recent performances and his attitude. However, it is my firm opinion that Liverpool now need to get nasty if it has real aspirations to grow as a club and sell Downing this summer. Downing was signed in the summer of 2011 by Kenny Dalglish for £20m on the back of a good season with Aston Villa where he scored seven goals and made nine assists in the Premier League. Dalglish saw his new signing as a wing wizard who would deliver crosses for his £35m striker, Andy Carroll. Many fans recognised that he was a proven Premier League player who had a very good season with Aston Villa, however, the majority felt the club had again overspent on a player who was not guaranteed to deliver in the famous red shirt. Downing became Liverpool’s fourth most expensive signing, yet was he really in the same class as Fernando Torres and Luis Suarez? The 2011/12 season saw the fans’ initial worries materialise with Downing hav ...
BREAKING NEWS: Luis Suarez will again be in trouble with authorities after calling Andy Carroll a "Striker"
It has been revealed that Liverpool are planning a summer clear-out to make room for some new recruits at the club. Goalkeeper Pepe Reina, defenders Martin Skrtel and Jose Enrique, and midfielders Jordan Henderson and Stewart Downing are all in danger of the axe. All five started Liverpool’s 2-0 Europa League defeat at Zenit St ­Petersburg, which underlined the fact more changes need to be made. Liverpool will also let Sebastian Coates leave and look for a buyer for Andy Carroll, who has been on loan at West Ham. Rodgers will hope the sales will help him fend off bids for Luis Suarez – and sign more players of his own. It would be a surprise if he let all seven men go this summer as a few of them are first team regulars, but as he looks to revamp the squad and get back to the very top. He must get rid of a few players that are not playing at their best. CS
My view on Andy Carroll : I dont think he will ever play under Rodgers which satisfies me... Ill explain why; at the moment Carroll plays for Westham, a side with a style of play which should suit and benefit Andys strengths which are winning an aerial duel and uhm uhm winning an aerial duel. But even in this system he doesnt score, his task at westham is winning the duel in the air from a ball HOOFED up the pitch. The one thing rodgers doesnt believe in is hoofing the ball forward so therefor he has no real use in our system. The other thing that makes him unsuitable is that he is a static number nine, if you compare him with our current striker Luis Suarez you will see Suarez is constantly putting pressure on defenders and the keeper which, when threatful intended, you need to have explosive pace which big andy hasnt got. Love the big lad, even got him on the back of my 11/12 home kit, but not in a Rodgers system, alright he can be a great plan B but would you rather have a 35 million plan B or try and ...
Liverpool Persist in Fight for Barcelona Striker - Report By IBTimes Staff Reporte: Subscribe to IBTimes's RSS feed December 14, 2012 9:03 AM GMT Liverpool are considering a transfer for Chilean forward Alexis Sanchez of Barcelona, according to the Express. The 23 year old winger joined the Catalan giants in 2011, from Italian club Udinese, but injuries have robbed him of regular first team appearances. And with the form players like Lionel Messi, Pedro and Andres Iniesta are in, it is difficult to see Sanchez as anything more than a squad player at the Nou Camp. Liverpool Manager Brendan Rodgers loaned England international Andy Carroll to West Ham United in the summer and summer signing Fabio Borini of Italy has missed the season so far with an injury. This has left only Uruguayan international Luis Suarez as the club's senior striker. The South American has responded to the challenge, with 10 Premier League goals in 15 games. However, the former Ajax striker does need support and competition to maintai ...
Liverpool are involved in a tussle in their attempt to bring Barca's Alexis Sanchez to Anfield in January. The Reds have had Sanchez on their radar for a while and are keen to bolster their firepower. Manager Brendan Rodgers is worried Liverpool have become over-reliant on Luis Suarez, who is already into double figures for the campaign. And in allowing Andy Carroll to be loaned out to West Ham in the summer, Suarez is their only recognised striker. AS have it that Juventus have sounded out a January move for the former Udinese forward. Sanchez has struggled for consistency at the Camp Nou this season. Playing time has been restricted with coach Tito Vilanova deploying predominantly Lionel Messi up top without a strike partner. In total, Sanchez has scored just once this season and that came in Barca's 2-0 away win against Benfica in the Champions League group stages SeanLFC4LIFE
Liverpool's swoop for Sturridge has progressed this week as the Merseysiders close in on an agreement with Chelsea. It is believed that Rodgers' plan is to use the versatile attacker in a fluid attacking system headed by Anfield talisman Luis Suarez. "Sturridge wants to go down the middle rather than out wide but he will not be permanently handed the No.9 position that he craves," a Liverpool source told Goal.com. "Brendan wants fluid strikers who can play in a variety of positions. You will not see Suarez or Sturridge playing up front all the time. "It will be a case of keeping the defenders guessing by the players interchanging positions, from game to game and often within the matches themselves. That's why Andy Carroll was loaned out, because he can only play one role. Brendan likes forwards who can play wide or through the middle." kirby
Celtic star set for shock Anfield move. Liverpool are planning to make a £5million swoop for Celtic striker Georgios Samaras. The Greece international has impressed during the Scottish side’s run to the last 16 of the Champions League, scoring against Barcelona, Benfica and Spartak Moscow. And Anfield boss Brendan Rodgers sees him as the solution to his attacking problems, with only Luis Suarez proving potent up front. Samaras has scored three times in five UEFA Champions League appearances for Celtic this season, and any striker who scores in Camp Nou is sure to be noticed. However, as impressive as Samaras has been in Europe, his domestic form doesn’t make quite such flattering reading, as he has just a single goal in the Scottish Premier League. Liverpool Manager Brendan Rodgers would presumably see Samaras as a potential focal point to the Reds’ attack, as though he is a similar build and height to Andy Carroll – discarded by Rodgers at the beginning of the season – he is a far more mobile ...
TEAM NEWS: West Ham are without their on-loan Liverpool striker Andy Carroll, who is both injured and ineligible. George Mccartney (ankle) and Yossi Benayoun (knee) could make a return, but Ricardo Vaz Te, Jack Collison and Alou Diarra are still injured. Luis Suarez is suspended after accumulating five bookings, leaving Liverpool without a recognised forward. Midfielder Jonjo Shelvey may be pushed...higher up the pitch, while Steven Gerrard will return after illness. MATCH PREVIEW: West Ham will be feeling good about themselves going into this game after that stirring second-half comeback win over Chelsea, and the news that they are again the preferred new tenants for the Olympic Stadium. There's no doubt Sam Allardyce's team have been the best of the promoted sides this season. Eighth place on 22 points after 15 games is not only a bonus for them, but a far cry from two years ago this week when they sat rock bottom of the table with 12 points after 16 games Liverpool are three points behind their opponen ...
The former Reds midfielder missed the Hammers' 3-1 win over Chelsea as he was ineligible to appear against his parent club. Andy Carroll (knee) could be missing for two months but would not have been able to feature against Liverpool due to the terms of his loan, whilst Ricardo Vaz Te (shoulder), Alou Diarra (thigh) and Jack Collison (knee) are all definitely out. Liverpool striker Luis Suarez is suspended for the trip to Upton Park after accumulating five bookings. Manager Brendan Rodgers has played midfielder Jonjo Shelvey in a 'false nine' position before and could do so again as a stop-gap with no other senior strikers fit. Captain Steven Gerrard, left out of the Europa League squad which beat Udinese in Italy because of illness, will be restored at Upton Park as will the rested Daniel Agger and Lucas Leiva.
With West Ham’s Andy Carroll ruled out, the pressure is on Carlton Cole and Modibo Maiga to fill the void,With Andy Carroll set to be out with injury until the new year, the pressure is on back-up strikers Carlton Cole and Modibo Maiga to step up to the plate and deliver the goods for West Ham. And they will have a shot-shy Liverpool in their sights on Saturday, who will even be without the suspended Luis Suarez. That is the opinion of manager Sam Allardyce and he would certainly have been delighted with both of them on Saturday as they hit the target in the Hammers stunning 3-1 victory over Chelsea at Upton Park.“It is a blow to lose Andy, but Carlton Cole’s performance was good against Chelsea,” said Allardyce. “The simple thing is when you play the ball to Carlton Cole, he has a very good game and that was the case against Chelsea even in the first half.“If you are going to play it into him, he is causing the central defenders problems and then we can break off the midfield players and get ...
Gotta love Mediawatch: "Mediawatch is just about willing to accept the concept of the 'false nine' but we did a little sick in our mouths at Robin Van Persie's recent suggestion that he and Wayne Rooney are both a 'nine and a half'. And now Liverpool's very own Stewart Pearson has come up with an entirely new fraction when talking about his plans for Suso... "I think his best position is that number 10 role and we'll nurture that over the next couple of years," said Brendan Rodgers in the Liverpool Post. "He's a young kid that's just come up to work with us over the course of the summer. He's played some games and done very, very well. I've asked him to play in that false winger, that seven-and-a-half role, where he's more on the inside." Sorry, what? It's the way he says 'that seven-and-a-half role' as if it's a widely-accepted concept. What's next? The suggestion that Daniel Agger could play as a 6.25? An invitation to Andy Carroll to return as long as he learns how to play as 'nine cubed'? Luis Suarez ...
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PRE-MATCH BRIEFING: CHELSEA V LIVERPOOL These two sides head in to this Sunday's game following European action with contrasting team selections and contrasting results. Club historian Rick Glanvill and club statistician Paul Dutton face up to a familiar foe… TALKING POINTS There was a time when Chelsea and Liverpool seemingly met in every competition imaginable each season. Between 2004 and 2009 we played each other 24 times, virtually five games a season. 2009 to 2011 brought a trial separation - just league matches - but the affair was back on with a vengeance last season, encounters in both domestic cup competitions adding to the annual fixtures. The Scousers have won five of the last six meetings, but it was Chelsea's day when the two teams met in last season's FA Cup final at Wembley, goals from Ramires (pictured below) and Didier Drogba making Andy Carroll's strike a mere consolation. KEY STAT Own goals are Liverpool's second highest goalscorer in the Premier League. Leon Barnett of Norwich and E ...
With hit fly on the wall documentary Being Liverpool FC finally at an end , The Redmen TV bring you some exclusive unseen footage from the show, and hilarious outtakes. Featuring Dave Kirby, Andy Carroll, Jonjo Shelvey, Luis Suarez, and Ian
Luis Suarez ... Every great football team has a loose cannon or psycho, Suarez is an anarchist, he'd make The Joker scared \m/ bring back Andy Carroll and give him Newcastle Brown to add to the fire \m/
Football Galaxy wrote: Liverpool Manager Brendan Rodgers admits the need to win games means he may not be able to protect Luis Suarez as the club battle a striker shortage, but says he has not considered cutting Andy Carroll's loan spell short. -MJK
Brendan Rodgers says Luis Suarez must shoulder Liverpool's striking duties, & does not intend to recall Andy Carroll -
Well I hope for Liverpool that Luis Suarez doesn't get injured - otherwise they're outta 1st team strikers! Andy Carroll??? Come back!!!
Monday, October 15, 2012 - Liverpool FC are keeping close tabs on Germany international Stefan Kiessling who plies his trade with Bayer Leverkusen according to reliable sources. The Merseyside outfits are shortof attacking options after an injury to summer signing Italian striker Fabio Borini left Brendan Rodgers with only one recognised striker in Luis Suarez. Several names have been mentioned including Newcastle United hit-man Demba Ba, Celtic striker Gary Hooper and Galatasaray striker Burak Yilmaz. The 6ft 3in forward will offer the Reds the aerial presence they lack after loaning out England striker Andy Carroll to West Ham United. The 28-year old’s technical ability is rated way higher than Andy Carroll's hence will not find it hard to fit into Brendan Rodgers style of play. Kiessling joined Bayer Leverkusen in the summer of 2006 and has been a consistent force at the BayArena having scored 91 goals since then with 17 goals coming during the last campaign. Leverkusen face a fight to hold on to the ...
Roman Abramovich demanded answers from players and coaching staff at Chelsea's training ground yesterday after they blew a two-goal lead against Juventus. Daily Mail Arsene Wenger was delighted yesterday after Jack Wilshere's first full training session in more than a year; Rob Elliot earned under-strength Newcastle a Europa League point. THE SUN Nemanja Vidic has told Manchester United's players to forget the Luis Suarez affair and focus on beating Liverpool. Daily Mirror German defender Per Mertesacker says Arsenal can prove their title credentials when they visit Manchester City on Sunday. THE SUN Arsenal and England were told yesterday that Jack Wilshere could resume full training and that Andy Carroll was close to full fitness. DAILY EXPRESS Jack Wilshere handed Arsenal a huge boost by returning to full training yesterday. Daily Star Sir Alex Ferguson is interested in Italy centre-back Angelo Ogbonna but Torino have told Manchester United any offer of less than £16m will be rejected. THE SUN Nemanja ...
Andy Carroll will score more goals than Luis Suarez this season
"Steven Gerrard is Mr Liverpool and he has won the Champions League, FA Cup, Super Cup and League Cup with them. The question is whether he will ever win a Premier League title. As things look now, absolutely not. "A lot of things have to change at Liverpool for that to happen. The owners have to pump in more money and buy the right players. Andy Carroll and Stewart Downing have been expensive signings but have not been a success. "When I look at their team I see just three world-class players - Gerrard, Pepe Reina and Luis Suarez." Im sure a lot of Liverpool Football Club fans will be very angry by the comments of former England and Man City coach Sven-Goran Eriksson but it is the truth whats your opinion on this?
Sunday 26th August 2012 Venue: Anfield Kick-off: 16:00 Score: 2 - 1 Rodgers backs Borini to be Anfield hit Liverpool Manager Brendan Rodgers is backing forward Fabio Borini to be a success at Anfield but admits the 21-year-old has to learn to deal with the expectation on his shoulders. The Italian was the new manager's first signing in a deal from Roma last month. Rodgers knows the youngster well having coached him at Chelsea and also had him on loan at former club Swansea. The player got his Liverpool career off to a good start with a goal on only his second appearance, scoring the opening goal in the 3-0 Europa League qualifying win over FC Gomel. And while he is far from the finished article Borini will have to step up a level this season in a forward line in need of a regular source of goals with Luis Suarez and the out-of-favour Andy Carroll the only recognised strikers. "Expectancy is what comes from being at a big club so you have to deal with it both as players and manager," said Rodgers, who is l ...
Andy Carroll would've buried that chance for Liverpool. Johnson's cross just too high for Luis Suarez
samuel.co.uk : £17m and he's yours! Liverpool willing to let Carroll return to Newcastle... but not on loan Liverpool have told Newcastle that they will have to stump up £17million in cash if they want to bring Andy Carroll back to Tyneside this summer. New Reds boss Brendan Rodgers is prepared to offload the England striker, but only club can recuperate a sizeable chunk of the £35m they paid for him in January 2011. Newcastle Chronicle sources are told that Liverpool are not prepared to let Carroll leave on loan, but they are prepared to take a loss on the 23-year-old to offload him. ... Rodgers has brought in Fabio Borini from Roma to compete with Luis Suarez for a starting place, and with the Northern Irishman likely to play with just one up front, Carroll's first-team opportunities will be limited. Newcastle boss Alan Pardew is keen to bolster his squad as the Magpies prepare to compete in the Europa League, but it is unknown whether the club would be willing to pay the £17m for Carroll when they ...
Kenny Dalglish biggest mistake last summer was building around Andy Carroll, not Luis Suarez.
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Liverpool are interested in signing Schalke’s Klass-Jan Huntelaar and are prepared to offer £18 million for the striker. The Dutchman, who boasts Real Madrid, AC Milan and Ajax amongst his former clubs, is one of Europe’s most lethal marksmen after smashing home 37 times in 56 Bundesliga games for the German club. The 28-year-old also has a stunning 31 goals in 55 games for the national team but has been benched for the Netherlands two Euro 2012 Group B defeats so far, with Arsenal’s Robin Van Persie favoured. Huntelaar has long been linked with a move to the Premier League, with Arsenal, Manchester United and Tottenham all mentioned as potential suitors in the past. Liverpool now look set to make a move, after new manager Brendan Rogers identified the need for increased firepower up-front. The Reds already have £58 million combo Luis Suarez and Andy Carroll on their books but managed 47 Premier League goals last season as they finished as dismal 8th, behind rivals Everton and 17 points off a plac ...
he signed Luis Suarez, Andy Carroll, Jose Enrique? That's three of the best signings Liverpool ever made! And won a trophy?
Kenny Dalglish spent £108million on just six players, including Andy Carroll, Luis Suarez, Stewart Downing and Jordan Henderson in 2011.
SICK!!! Luis Suarez and Andy Carroll have taken a total of 210 shots in the Premier League this season and scored only 15 goals. Similarly, Stewart Downing has had 72 shots without scoring. They have become the first team since the 98/99 season to miss five penalties in a campaign, and have scored only one more goal in the league this season (47) than times they have hit the woodwork.
What will Luis Suarez, Andy Carroll, Scott Sinclair, Gylfi Sigurdsson, Sam Holt and Dan Holt have in common this coming Saturday afternoon? They are all playing at The Liberty Stadium, Swansea on Saturday! The Holt Brothers are providing pre-match entertainment on the pitch before the Swansea v Liverpool game. I always knew that one day they would turn out on the hallowed turf!
The captain’s armband was rolled up his arm and he thumped his chest towards the Chelsea fans before kick-off, but there was little else routine about John Terry’s performance against Liverpool.The Blues captain was at fault for all three of Liverpool’s first-half goals in an embarrassing 4-1 defeat at Anfield on Tuesday night that ended the Londoners chances of finishing in the top four this season. He looked like he’d been celebrating Chelsea's FA Cup final win over the same opponents every night since Saturday as he was twisted and turned, tortured and tormented, by the Reds strike pair of Luis Suarez and Andy Carroll With every nutmeg, Terry looked more confused, swaying in the Mersey breeze and Suarez’s slipstream, his head lighter than the overhead blimp above the stadium. In a makeshift starting line-up it was Terry who was entrusted to hold the team together by Roberto Di Matteo, Chelsea’s interim manager. But the 31-year-old, who is suspended for the Champions League final on May 20, ...
Who says that Andy Carroll is a flop? Even a blind man can see his recent contributions at Liverpool. He was superb today at Anfield, combining well with Luis Suarez as the Reds walloped a weakly-fielded Chelsea side 4-1.
FA Cup final officials deserve credit over Carroll goal-line decision, says Dalglish The striker saw his second-half header clawed from underneath the bar by Chelsea goalkeeper Petr Cech, while replays were unable to confirm whether the ball crossed the line.. Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish maintains the FA Cup match officials should 'get the credit they deserve' after replays were unable to prove that Andy Carroll's headerhad crossed the line against Chelsea at Wembley. The England international had provided a lifeline for Liverpool after netting in the second half tocut Chelsea's two-goal advantage but saw his subsequent header froma Luis Suarez cross clawed from underneath the bar by Petr Cech. Dalglish admits his initial reaction was that the goal should have been awarded but concedes he has not seen the incident again since. "There's no television in there so I don't know I haven't seen it," Dalglish told ITV . "I thought it'd gone in but that's not me judging if it's gone over theline or not. If i ...
The Blues secured our third FA Cup in the space of four years with a 2-1 victory over Liverpool at Wembley in a game which we dominated for large spells, only to find ourselves hanging on at the death. Ramires gave us an early advantage when he raced on to a wonderful Juan Mata pass and drilled his shot into the bottom corner, via the aid of a deflection off Pepe Reina's leg. There was a lack of clear-cut opportunities in the first half, but we doubled our advantage minutes into the second half when Didier Drogba took a Frank Lampard pass in his stride and drove his effort beyond Reina into the far corner, becoming the first player to score in four FA Cup Finals. It was no more than we deserved, but Andy Carroll threw Liverpool a lifeline after coming on as a substitute when he fired a powerful angled strike past Petr Cech to reduce the deficit. From that point onwards, it was all Liverpool. Carroll appeared to have equalised when he rose to meet a Luis Suarez cross, but replays proved the ball hadn't cro ...
Didier Drogba became the first man to score in four FA Cup Finals as Chelsea overcame Liverpool at Wembley thanks to another massive goal-line controversy. - Brewin: Chelsea's history men - Jolly: Di Matteo makes his mark The Blues appeared to be cruising when Drogba scored at the start of the second half following Ramires' early opener, but the arrival of Andy Carroll turned the game on its head. The burly Liverpool striker smashed home a superb goal not long after his arrival, then, with nine minutes left, rose to meet Luis Suarez's cross at the far post. Carroll was convinced he had scored, with Suarez equally certain the ball had crossed the line before Petr Cech clawed it back onto the crossbar. Linesman Andrew Garratt was not so sure - and those who had the additional advantage of television replays were mostly of the same opinion. Garratt could not signal the goal, so referee Phil Dowd did not give it. And once another goalbound Carroll effort had been blocked in stoppage time, the Blues were able ...
Chelsea edged out Liverpool to win the FA Cup final 2-1 at Wembley as interim manager Roberto Di Matteo claimed his first piece of silverware. Ramires opened the scoring in the 11th minute with an incisive run down the right before beating Pepe Reina at his near post with a fierce strike, and Didier Drogba then secured his place in history as he became the first player to score in four separate FA Cup Finals with a clinical finish to double Chelsea’s lead just after half-time. Reds substitute Andy Carroll pulled a goal back with an emphatic shot in the 64th minute following a mistake from Jose Bosingwa, and was denied a second late on as Petr Cechpalmed a stunning save off the line with replays showing it was agonisingly close to being the equaliser. Chelsea held firm in the closing stages to seal a tight victory in a dramatic finale, and the Blues were left to celebrate a fourth FA Cup final triumph in the last six seasons with a Champions League final still to come in Munich. It was a stunning day for ...
I took Andy Carroll off the transfer list. Been playing Ba, Luis Suarez and Matias Suarez up front, w/ Gaston Ramirez and
Fa Cup Final, Liverpool v Chelsea, Ramires; Juan Mata Didier Drogba scored a record- breaking fourth FA Cup final goal to seal glory for Chelsea who won 2-1 despite an Andy Carroll -inspired Liverpool coming within millimetres of a comeback. A quality-starved first half was punctured only after 11 minutes when Ramires capitalised on a series of Liverpool errors to burst down the right and slot into the net. Drogba’s historic finish soon after half-time looked to have Chelsea comfortable, but Carroll came off the bench to slam home an emphatic finish shortly past the hour. He thought he had pulled off an astonishing comeback in the 82nd minute when he powered a header at the far post, but somehow Petr Cech was able to claw it back before crossing the whole of the line, those few millimetres securing the Blues' triumph as they held off a furious final assault. Kenny Dalglish opted to leave Carroll on the bench, Luis Suarez playing alone up front with the likes of Steven Gerrard and Craig Bellamy forward i ...
Chelsea Petr Cech: Was not tested until the last 20 minutes. Made one good low save from Suarez and a brilliant stop to deny Andy Carroll's header and could do nothing about the goal he did concede. 7 JOSE BOSINGWA: Would have expected a tougher time from Stewart Downing but was given too comfortable time. Positional play questionable and caught in possession for Liverpool's goal. 4 Branislav Ivanovic: Was not really exercised until Andy Carroll was sent on and then lost many of the aerial battles with the striker. 6 John Terry: Found it easy to deal with an isolated Luis Suarez but when the pressure did come was nearly always in the right place at the right time and produced goal-saving tackle to deny Carroll in injury time. 6 Ashley Cole: Did not get forward as much as he would usually up against the pace of Bellamy but rarely beaten. 7 RAMIRES: Strong run and finish for his goal, helped by Jose Reina's mistake. Faded as the game went on but had done all his best work in the first half and was replaced ...
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The continued absences of Lucas Leiva (cruciate ligaments) and Charlie Adam (knee) mean that Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish will have to choose between youngsters Jay Spearing and Jonjo Shelvey in central midfield, with the latter's better showing in Tuesday's 1-0 loss to Fulham perhaps enough to secure a starting role. Luis Suarez was rested for that game but he should return, having hit a hat- trick in his last outing against Norwich City as the main striker, with Captain Steven Gerrard set to support him and potential partner Andy Carroll dropping to the bench. The worry for interim Chelsea boss Roberto Di Matteo will be at centre- back, where David Luiz and Gary Cahill (both hamstring) are serious doubts to be able to partner John Terry at the back. The likelihood is that neither will be risked and Branislav Ivanovic will start alongside the Blues' captain. Ashley Cole and Frank Lampard should return to the starting line-up after starting the midweek defeat by Newcastle on the bench, while Fernando ...
I'd try my luck with Chelsea. I'm betting on Didier Drogba (I hope Juan Mata and Daniel Sturridge score some goals! Fernando Torres? A miracle perhaps? When pigs fly! I want to see some goals from Frank Lampard and John Terry. But I believe Luis Suarez will score! Andy Carroll? Hmm... A bit doubtful. Perhaps Charlie Adam, Craig Bellamy or Stewart Downing could? I'd like to see either Dirk Kuyt or Steven Gerrard score a goal or two.
Liverpool select Luis Suarez on his own up front with Craig Bellamy to play wide on the left in a similar 4-2-3-1 formation to Chelsea. Andy Carroll is on the bench.
Alan Smith: Andy Carroll or Luis Suarez? Fernando Torres or Didier Drogba? These are the key decisions for FA…
Jan Molby says Liverpool need to buy another striker this summer, despite spending £57.7m on Andy Carroll and Luis Suarez.
Luis Suarez and Andy Carroll with 3 goals are joint top scorers in this years campaign
Dirk Kuyt and Jordan Henderson has a chance to end up at WBA crossbar, while Andy Carroll and Luis Suarez who get a lot of opportunities.
Spoke to Robbie Fowler in Brunei today about Luis Suarez and Andy Carroll:
LUIS SUAREZ has paid tribute to Liverpool strike partner Andy Carroll, and insists there is still more to come from the £35m man.
Luis Suarez claims playing alongside Andy Carroll makes life easier for him, with the pair showing signs of forming a devastating strike partnership.
Suarez relishing Carroll partnership - Luis Suarez has lauded Andy Carroll and explained why he enjoys playing along...
Ashley Young, Andy Carroll, Luis Suarez, Edin Dzeko, Adam Lallana to name but a few. Get ready to learn how to dive like a pro.
Liverpool manager sits down with his daughter to talk about a turbulent season. The wide-ranging interview sees 'King Kenny' talk about Luis Suarez, Andy Carroll and Hillsborough.
Andy Carroll has told Kenny Dalglish: "I didn't come to Liverpool to sit on the bench." IMO he should play every week alongside Luis Suarez.
Luis Suarez & Andy Carroll will get 50 goals as a partnership next season. Prediction.
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Liverpool are heading back to Wembley for this season's FA Cup final thanks to goals from Luis Suarez and Andy Carroll. Here's a selection of snaps from a great day in the capital.
Andy Carroll, Joey Barton, Luis Suarez, Carlos Tevez all brothers in the
Luis Suarez and Andy Carroll have both scored 2 goals each against everton in all competitions.
Luis Suarez / Andy Carroll kept Liverpool on the road to Cup glory, but he has a long way to travel before
Simple goal, massive for the player, massive for the club. Luis Suarez & Andy Carroll
Well in u mighty reds bring on spurs or Chelsea Luis Suarez !!! Andy Carroll!!!
Jay Spearing, Andy Carroll, Jonjo Shelvey, Charlie Adam, Dirk Kuyt & Luis Suarez have to have Liverpool the worst looking team going. wow...
heading back to Wembley.Luis Suarez and Andy Carroll put the Reds into FA Cup final
Andy Carroll headed a dramatic late winner to send Liverpool into the FA Cup final with a 2-1 victory over Everton at Wembley.
Biggest delivery of Humble Pie being shipped to merseyside for all who support Everton football Club ... Everton supporters have ridiculed all things LFC and had already had visions of winning the FA Cup before today's semifinal had been played ... Eat up bitters! And it was served up by Andy Carroll and Luis Suarez... YNWA
Liverpool 2-1 Everton. It's all over at Wembley and it's hurt for the Blues. They led at the break through Nikica Jelavic but Luis Suarez and Andy Carroll struck after the break to win it for Liverpool.
Thank you Luis Suarez and Andy Carroll for making my day, Liverpool still amaze me their drama. Chelsea or Tottenham here we come!!!* elated*
Just trying to sum up Liverpool and their transfer policy compared to other Premier League clubs. Demba Ba and papiss cisse cost very little between them and both are scoring. Jelavic cost about £4 and he's scoring. Andy Carroll £35 million couldn't hit a barn door. Luis Suarez brilliant player but can't score! Brilliant at hitting the post. As for Henderson, downing and Adam (£46 million) are all terrible. Surely dalglish has to accept 90% responsibility??
Luis Suarez, Stuart Downing, Andy Carroll, Owen Hargreaves, does Owen count as a footballer?
In my honest opinion, I think David N'gog was a better finisher than both Luis Suarez and Andy Carroll! Your thoughts...??
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Torres (3 in 36), Andy Carroll (5 in 31) and Luis Suarez (10 in 36) have scored as many goals in 103 combined PLgames as Messi has in 7.
Don't want to jinx it but glad Andy Carroll dived, took all the racism and diving limelight off Luis Suarez, as for Carroll...
grand national tip : Andy Carroll to take a dive at the first fence, Luis Suarez also tipped to get his teeth stuck into it.
Andy Carroll, Jonjo Shelvey and Luis Suarez started really brightly against Newcastle yesterday. Brilliant first 15mins.
Andy Carroll joins an exclusive list of divers headlined by Steve Gerrard and Luis Suarez.
Andy Carroll and Luis Suarez make the perfect partnership both cheating scumbags and have a completely fitting manager to look up to.
Nice to see that Luis Suarez has been giving Andy Carroll some acting lessons
Andy Carroll has got a lot to learn in the art of cheating but has the perfect mentor on hand in Luis Suarez
Andy Carroll will no doubt graduate from the Luis Suárez School of Diving with honours.
Andy Carroll seems to be have been taking lessons from Luis Suarez.
Andy Carroll, Jay Spearing, Luis Suarez AND Martin Skrtel all on one team? Shows the standards of people in Liverpool
Andy Carroll and Bale for Great Britain,Sergio Busquets for Spain,Luis Suarez for Uruguay.Expect a tough competition at the Olympics
Dear Robbie Fowler, please possess the feet of Luis Suarez and Andy Carroll today. Please help them score a brace each. Amen
Things in James Perch's pocket today: Wallet, sunglasses case, Andy Carroll, Queen Greatest Hits 2 on cassette, Luis Suarez.
Luis Suarez has got perfect teeth, Dirk Kuyt is a model for Armani, an Andy Carroll is defo worth £35m. Not an April Fools, just a *** take
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Fernando Torres, Andy Carroll & Luis Suarez have scored as many goals combined in 103 games as Lionel Messi has in his last 7 games...
Rush backs Carroll to come good at Liverpool: “Andy Carroll is a good player and Luis Suarez and Steven Gerrard ...
Demba Ba has scored 16 goals this season. The same amount as Luis Suarez (7), Craig Bellamy (6) & Andy Carroll (3) have all together…
Andy Carroll is the key to unlocking Luis Suarez « Back Page Football
100 - Liverpool have a 100% win percentage when Steven Gerrard, Luis Suarez and Andy Carroll start together. Perfect
"Andy Carroll and Luis Suarez cost more than the entire Everton starting line-up at the Stadium of Light"
At Luis Suarez' birthday party last night they had to abandon pin the tail on the donkey. Andy Carroll was losing too much blood
Andy Carroll, Luis Suarez, Stewart Downing, Jordan Henderson, the list goes on.
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