Andy Carroll & Tim Krul

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. Timothy Michael Tim Krul (born 3 April 1988) is a Dutch footballer who plays as a goalkeeper for Premier League club Newcastle United and the Netherlands national team. 5.0/5

Andy Carroll Tim Krul Martin Atkinson Jonas Gutierrez Premier League Steven Gerrard Dan Gosling Patrick Kluivert Jonjo Shelvey Cheick Tiote Moussa Sissoko Real Madrid Hatem Ben Arfa Champions League Danny Guthrie Papiss Cisse Vurnon Anita Joey Barton

MAG-NIFIQUE Stats: Moussa Sissoko became the 106th Newcastle player to score in the Premier League for the club and the first Magpie to net more than once on his home debut since Patrick Kluivert (vs Hapoel Bnei Sakhnin in Sept 2004). The last player to achieve that in the Premier League was Duncan Ferguson (vs Wimbledon in Nov 1998). Jonas Gutierrez scored his first goal of the season and eleventh for the club in all competitions. In doing so, he ended a 33 match barren run going back to February 2012 (at home to Wolves). This was his first headed effort. Tim Krul completed a century of senior appearances in a Newcastle shirt, having made 97 starts and three sub appearances in all competitions since a memorable debut at Palermo in a UEFA Cup tie during November 2006. This was the first time we have come from behind to win a Premier League game since October 2010, when goals from Kevin Nolan and Andy Carroll cancelled out Carlton Cole's opener for West Ham at Upton Park. A 2-1 victory over Sheffield Unite ...
not to mention Tim Krul, Andy Carroll and Steven Taylor all academy products
Back in 2006 when he was manager of West Ham United, Alan Pardew said the following after being asked about Arsenal's win against Real Madrid in the Champions League during that particular week. "I saw a headline saying Arsenal are flying the flag for Britain in the Champions League, but I had to wonder where that British involvement was when I saw the team!!". Pardew, since he joined Newcastle United in 2010 has shipped out the likes of Joey Barton, Alan Smith, Wayne Routledge, Andy Carroll, Fraser Forster, Danny Guthrie and Dan Gosling whilst building his side around Hatem Ben Arfa, Yohan Cabaye, Mathieu Debuchy, Gabriel Obertan and Sylvain Marveaux (all French), Tim Krul and Vurnon Anita (Dutch), Fabrizio Coloccini and Jonas Gutierrez (Argentinian), Cheick Tiote (Ivorian), Davide Santon (Italian) and Demba Ba (until he left for Chelsea) and Papiss Cisse (Senegalese). Now they're rumoured to have been giving medicals to Massadio Haidara, Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa and Yohan Gouffran (all French by the way) today ...
Toon in europe via a Andy Carroll winning goal is just gets better and better
TIM KRUL today emerged from the red mist that surrounded Newcastle United’s explosive clash with Liverpool and labelled Geordie boy Andy Carroll a “blatant diver.”
Kenny Dalgleish says Andy Carroll was "losing his balance" as he went past Tim Krul yesterday v Newcastle & didn't dive. What do you think?
"Andy Carroll has a curious concept of what 'respect' means. "If I scored on Sunday then I wouldn't celebrate," he said before the game. "I hope I get a good reception from the fans, they'll be getting one from me." So, he won't celebrate a goal but he's perfectly prepared to dive in an attempt to win a penalty and get his old club's goalkeeper sent off. For that's the only possible explanation for Carroll's laughable dive in the first half, after he'd already skipped round Tim Krul and had a virtually open goal in front of him. It was utterly moronic and disgracefully cynical, and baffling - Andy, why not just roll the thing into the net from 12 yards, get a goal and have a chance not to celebrate?" Via 16 conclusions from Football365
A double from Papiss Demba Cisse inspired Newcastle to victory on Sunday afternoon, as the Magpies inflicted a third consecutive Premier League defeat on an under-par Liverpool. The Sengalese striker scored a fine header and then rounded the keeper to add a 2nd goal, before Reina's head butt on Perch saw the visitors reduced to ten men. The first chance of the game fell to Jonjo Shelvey, whose dipping shot took a wicked deflection but just went over the bar. A Steven Gerrard free kick then landed on the head of Martin Skrtel but he failed to find the target from inside the six-yard box. There was then some controversy as Andy Carroll broke through on goal and went down was felled by Newcastle goalkeeper Tim Krul. Replays showed that the Liverpool number nine had gone down far too easily and referee Martin Atkinson booked him for diving, much to the joy of the Toon faithful.
Newcastle 2 Liverpool 0 REPORT Papiss Cisse showed £35 million man Andy Carroll how to do it as Newcastle increased their advantage over Liverpool to 11 points. The Senegal international's 19th-minute header set the Magpies on their way to a victory which leaves them in pole position to claim a top-six Barclays Premier League finish, and his second with 59 minutes gone sealed it. But on a black day for the visitors, keeper Pepe Reina was sent off nine minutes from time for head-butting defender James Perch, indicating as he belatedly left the pitch that he would resume their discussion after the final whistle. Cisse has now scored seven goals in as many games, one fewer than Carroll had managed in 48 appearances for the Merseyside club. The Gateshead-born frontman's unhappy return ended with 11 minutes left when he was substituted after he had been serenaded with a resounding chorus of: "what a waste of money'', while fellow old boy Jose Enrique, who had earlier been taunted over his claims that Newcastl ...
Tim Krul has praised referee Martin Atkinson for splendidly spotting Andy Carroll's dive in their 2-0 win to Liverpool
Andy Carroll turned down an open goal to try getting Tim Krul sent off. What a cheat!!
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