Champions League & Andy Carroll

The Champions League Twenty20, also referred to as the CLT20, is an annual international Twenty20 cricket competition played between the top domestic teams from major cricketing nations. 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. 5.0/5

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[Daily Express] West Ham's Andy Carroll hails Champions League chasers as 'best' team since his arrival
West Ham striker Andy Carroll insists the belief is there in the squad that the club can qualify for the Champions League this season.
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 ...
Team news: Fatigued Chelsea weigh up options Team news ahead of the weekend's Premier League fixtures, as Jose Mourinho counts the cost of Chelsea's Champions League exertions. Saturday - all kick-offs at 3pm UK time unless stated Stoke City v Arsenal Stoke will check on the condition of Peter Odemwingie , while Arsenal welcome back Mesut Ozil after a hip injury. Hull City v Newcastle United Hull welcome back in-form strike duo Nikica Jelavic and Shane Long from being cup-tied, while Toon are without Hatem Ben Arfa and Davide Santon. Everton v West Ham United Everton's on-loan striker Romelu Lukaku is set to return from an ankle injury, while West Ham must decide whether to start Andy Carroll after he returns from suspension, or continue with the in-form Carlton Cole. Fulham v Chelsea Fulham striker Kostas Mitroglou is dropped due to a lack of fitness, while Chelsea consider who to rest after their midweek exertions in Istanbul. Southampton v Liverpool (5:30pm) Southampton will give Jos Hooiveld and Victo ...
Media watch Media watch Liverpool are ready to smash their club record transfer fee to land Isco from Real Madrid. The Reds are reportedly lining up a £37million swoop for the 21-year-old Spain international if they seal Champions League qualification. Reds boss Brendan Rodgers sees Isco, an attacking midfielder, as a potential long-term replacement for 33-year-old skipper Steven Gerrard, reports CaughtOffside. With the midfielder not an automatic starter in a midfield including the likes of Gareth Bale and the in-form Luka Modric, Rodgers apparently hopes the lure of first-team football will tempt the one-time Malaga man to Anfield. If Liverpool do table a big in the region of £37m it will eclipse the £35m club record outlay for Andy Carroll three years ago. Source: Metro
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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 ...
Paper Talk: Daily Mirror: - David Moyes and Rio Ferdinand have declared war on the game's divers - including Ashley Young. - Midfielder Mahamadou Diarra - currently out of contract - could earn a new contract with Fulham after making his comeback from a long-term knee injury in the development squad's win at Reading on Monday. - Former captain Lee Cattermole has been given a "back me or go" ultimatum by Sunderland boss Paolo di Canio. The Sun: - Mark Halsey today claims football authorities demanded the right to stop him publishing his explosive book on what it is really like to be a top referee. Manuel Pellegrini has told his Manchester City men to improve on their dismal Champions League record. - Manchester United boss David Moyes says Ashley Young should be punished every time he dives - whether the referee sees it or not. - West Ham striker Andy Carroll is unlikely to need surgery on his latest foot injury. Daily Star: - Marcel Desailly has amazingly claimed Wayne Rooney's proposed move to Chelsea wa ...
Liverpool have beaten off the challenge of Juventus and Paris Saint-Germain to stand on the verge of a £23million swoop for Henrikh Mkhitaryan, Daily Mirror reports. Shakhtar Donetsk midfielder Mkhitaryan is due to fly to Merseyside to undergo a medical on Tuesday, and the Anfield giants’ boss Brendan Rodgers is expecting to complete the deal by the end of the week. Mkhitaryan has been the subject of interest from a host of Champions League clubs, with Chelsea also tracking him at the start of the summer. But Rodgers has committed the bulk of his summer transfer budget to land the 24-year old Armenia international, who scored 25 goals for Shakhtar last season. Rodgers will fund the deal, in part, through the sale of Andy Carroll to West Ham for £15m. JE
kalou wanted by big sam? West Ham United eye Chelsea cast-offs Florent Malouda and Salomon Kalou as they wait on Andy Carroll decision West Ham United are considering rescuing Florent Malouda’s Premier League career 10 months after the French international was exiled by Chelsea. The 33-year-old winger is available on a free transfer having been forced to play out the final year of his contract by training with Chelsea’s academy players. Malouda was ostracised after refusing to take a pay‑cut to leave Chelsea last summer and has not featured since the Champions League final against Bayern Munich in May 2012. Chelsea tried to force Malouda out and were angry that he would not leave despite offers from other clubs. It had been assumed that Malouda, who spent six years at Chelsea after signing for £13 million from Lyon, would move to Brazil but he has now been offered to West Ham. The London club must now weigh up whether he still has the desire to play in the top flight. Malouda is not the only player ...
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 ...
Stekelenburg set to join Fulham A.S. Roma sporting director Franco Baldini has confirmed the Giallorossi have reached an agreement with Fulham regarding the transfer of Holland international goalkeeper Maarten Stekelenburg, Sky Sports understands. In all likelihood, the arrival of Stekelenburg for a rumoured fee of just over £4 million will have current Fulham No. 1 Mark Schwarzer searching for pastures new. Kuba signs new Dortmund deal Borussia Dortmund attacker Jakub Blaszczykowski has put pen to paper on a new five-year deal with the Uefa Champions League runners-up, Sky Sports reports. Blaszczykowski, 27, joined Dortmund from Ekstraklasa giants Wisła Kraków for an undisclosed transfer fee in 2007. Since arriving in Dortmund, the Poland international has made 168 appearances for the club, tallying 25 goals and 41 assists. Carroll nears West Ham switch Liverpool striker Andy Carroll looks set to complete his permanent move to West Ham United later this week, according to the Liverpool Echo. The 24 ye ...
Newcastle United will look to push through a deal for Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang after deciding against making a move for Andy Carroll. The Magpies tried to sign the St Etienne striker in January. However, they were unable to strike a deal, moving instead for Yoan Gouffran. Aubameyang indicated earlier this year he is looking to move on this summer, and Newcastle are sure to try and resurrect a deal. The stumbling block might be if Les Verts can qualify for the Champions League on Sunday. Newcastle’s need for a new striker is even more pressing than when they first enquired about the 23-year-old. Although others can play there, they currently only have two out-and-out centre-forwards at the club in Papiss Cisse and Shola Ameobi. Alan Pardew is bracing himself for the possibility Ameobi could ask for a move in the coming weeks. If he does, 12 months before the end of his contract, the Magpies are unlikely to stand in his way. Even with Ameobi there was a heavy burden on Cisse’s shoulders in the second h ...
Sunday's gossip column TRANSFER GOSSIP Chelsea have told Manchester United to name their price for striker Wayne Rooney, 27, who is also wanted by Paris St-Germain. Atletico Madrid striker Radamel Falcao, 27, will become Manchester City's first signing of the Manuel Pellegrini era after the Etihad club agreed a British record transfer fee £50m for him. Spurs face a battle to keep hold of their £60m-rated star midfielder Gareth Bale, 23, if their bid to reach the Champions League fails on Sunday. Monaco have made a surprise enquiry for West Ham's on-loan Liverpool striker Andy Carroll, 24. But Hammers boss Sam Allardyce has revealed he is hopeful the London club can tie up a permanent deal for Carroll "as quickly as possible". Shakhtar Donetsk's Romanian left-back Razvan Rat, 31, looks set to complete a free transfer to West Ham. Chelsea are set to get rid of their £50m record buy Fernando Torres this summer despite the 29-year-old Spanish striker scoring 22 goals this season. Aston Villa manager Paul L ...
After dropping Wayne Rooney from the starting XI for Tuesday's Champions League match against Real Madrid, Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson has announced his intent to give the out of favor striker to Arsenal for nothing in return. "We've realized that there would only be a handful of clubs that could afford Wayne's wages," Ferguson told reporters. "So to spare him the indignity of being sold for less than Liverpool paid for Andy Carroll, we're just going to give him to Arsenal for free. We'll even continue to pay him. Because, frankly, we feel a bit bad about the Robin van Persie business. They gave us Robin -- who has been absolutely tremendous -- for just £22.5 million and they're having a tough time now, so it would make us feel less guilty if we just send them Wayne free of charge and call it even. Maybe we'll take Theo Walcott. And Cazorla. But that's it." Rooney has scored 12 goals and set up 12 more in 26 Premier League and Champions League appearances this season, yet he has still bee ...
WEDNESDAY NEWSPAPER TALK Sir Alex Ferguson was left 'distraught' as 10-man Manchester United crashed out of the Champions League after losing 2-1 to Real Madrid - THE SUN Arsene Wenger wants to sign Ashley Williams from Swansea City at the end of the season, having lost faith in his central-defensive partnership of Thomas Vermaelen and Per Mertesacker - THE GUARDIAN Juventus could send striker Nicklas Bendtner back to Arsenal following the on-loan striker's conviction for drink-driving in his native Denmark - Daily Mirror West Ham are set to send loan striker Andy Carroll back to Liverpool at the end of the season after deciding he has not done enough to justify a £17m switch and wages of £84,000 per week - THE SUN Manchester City are maintaining their interest in Roma's Argentine winger Erik Lamela, who has been watched by Patrick Vieira - Daily Mail Schalke striker Klaas-Jan Huntelaar has no intention of moving to the Premier League despite interest from Liverpool and Arsenal - THE SUN Birmingham want ...
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Gareth Bale scored a sensational last-minute winner asTottenham beat rivals West Ham 3-2 to move up to third in thePremier League in a thrilling encounter at Upton Park. The Welshman took his tally for the season to 15 league goals as he slammed a 35-yard rocket into the top corner past West Ham goalkeeper Jussi Jaaskelainen, who was fantastic throughout the night. Bale had himself put Spurs ahead in the 13th minute from the edge of the penalty area before Andy Carroll equalised with a penalty 12 minutes later. West Ham took the lead in the second half when Joe Cole tucked the ball in to the far corner from a tight angle, but Gylfi Sigurdsson equalised from close range 14 minutes from time. The game seemed to be heading for a draw before Bale struck at the death to move Spurs up to third place in the race for the Champions League, two points ahead of Chelsea and four points above north London rivals Arsenal. West Ham manager Sam Allardyce made four changes to the side that lost against Aston Villa, with J ...
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 ...
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
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 ...
1. Fernando Torres: Forgive me, but as a die-hard Liverpool fan I must put Torres on top of this list. After leaving Liverpool for a record British transfer fee of £50 million to Chelsea, Torres will be remembered as one of the biggest traitors in Liverpool history. He didn’t have a great time at Chelsea either, and was on a barren run which he finally ended against Aston Villa after 903 minutes without a goal. Though he didn’t have a great season himself, he led the Blues to their first Uefa Champions League and an FA Cup. I must admit that Liverpool used those 50 million pounds from the transfer quite poorly by buying Andy Carroll, and feel that if Torres had decided to stay at Anfield he would have had more success alongside Suarez. Read more:
"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?
Manchester United and Arsenal scouts will watch Celtic midfielder Victor Wanyama in action in the Champions League qualifier against Helsinki as they step up their interest - Daily Mail Manchester City are ready to give up hope of signing Arsenal striker Robin van Persie and could make a £35m move for Real Madrid's Gonzalo Higuain - THE MIRROR Real Madrid are threatening to pull out of a deal for Luka Modric because Tottenham are demanding the £36m fee be paid immediately - THE SUN And a slightly different take; Tottenham will hold out for their full valuation of £40m for Luka Modric after rejecting a £30.4m offer from Real Madrid - DAILY TELEGRAPH And yet another angle; Real Madrid are threatening to pull the plug on their pursuit of Luka Modric and turn their attention to former player Wesley Sneijder at Inter Milan - THE MIRROR Manchester City have made a shock £13m bid for Liverpool defender Daniel Agger but the Reds have rebuffed their interest - Daily Star West Ham will offer Andy Carroll a con ...
*. Juventus plan to spend £70m on Arsenal striker Robin van Persie, 28. The package includes both the transfer fee and the player's wages and is intended to ensure they beat Manchester United and Manchester City to his signature. (Daily Mirror) *. Liverpool striker Andy Carroll does not want to make his loan move toWest Ham United permanent. The 23-year-old is reported to have told friends he will only leave Anfield to return to Newcastle United. (The Guardian) *. Martin O'Neill would love to sign Carroll for Sunderland, despite the striker being a former Newcastle player. (The Sun) *. Liverpool have also rejected a £13m bid from Manchester City for centre-back Daniel Agger, 27. (Daily Star) *. The Hammers are close to bolstering their defensive options with a double deal for Aston Villa'sJames Collins and free agent Sebastian Boenisch. (Metro) *. Champions League winners Chelsea are preparing a final £7.5m offer for 21-year-old Wigan Athletic winger Victor Moses. (Daily Mail) *. Real Madrid have told ...
anchester City, Manchester United, Tottenham Hotspur, QPR and Newcastle United are the talk of the papers today. All the rumour, gossip, and news you need to know from the last 24 hours Who knows how this season would have turned out if Manchester United gambled on Wesley Sneijder last summer. Now it appears that Manchester City are the ones who want to bring him to England. He had a difficult season at Inter Milan, suffering injuries, mixed form, and being played in a variety of roles by different managers, and the Italians are open to a sale at the right price. The reports stem from Italian newspaper Gazetta dello Sport and are repeated in the Daily Mail. Sneijder to City? One player Manchester United are said to be tracking this summer is Newcastle United sensation Papiss Cisse. The Mirror claim that Manchester City want him too, but it would surely take a mega-bid similar to one which prized Andy Carroll from their hands for Newcastle to agree to a sale. United don't have that sort of money to spend o ...
Cech save from Andy Carroll's header against Liverpool at Wembley is being described as one of the finest FA Cup Final saves ever, and in the semi-final of the Champions League away in Barcelona he finger-tipped a late Lionel Messi shot onto the post
"Commentary you will never hear in recent times: ! What a save by Manuel Almunia! Mertesacker outran him to win the ball ! Wright Phillips is sent off for punching Peter Crouch in the face!! And the 19th is going to Anfield ! Sergio Busquets is able to stay on his feet ! Tevez warming up with a smile on his face !!! What a long range shot by Chicharito ! Liverpool are in the Champions League!! Blackburn have bought a World Class player! Aaron Lennon uses his height to go up for the header! Suarez did well to stay on his feet there! It's a sell out crowd here at the DW stadium! What a way to silence the critics...that's Andy Carroll for you! Heskey knocks the ball past him! And Manchester City managed to buy a cup! And Blackburn have fired Steve Kean!! The ball went straight over Peter Crouch!! Chelsea finally have a permanent manager!! Arsenal have won the cup..Torres has scored And Man Utd have a new manager!!
Alan Smith has played in Champions League semi-finals and is now getting bullied in a league 1 play-off looking scarily like Andy Carroll
Just three days after their FA Cup Final defeat to the Blues, Kenny Dalglish’s side responded with a stunning early showing as a Michael Essien own-goal was followed by clinical finishes from Jordan Henderson and Daniel Agger. Chelsea captain John Terry endured a nightmare evening with a spate of mistakes, while fellow defender Branislav Ivanovic could have been sent off for an elbow on Andy Carroll, with Stewart Downing missing the resulting penalty. Ramires grabbed a goal back for the visitors just after half-time, but a horrendous attempted clearance from goalkeeper Ross Turnbull left Jonjo Shelvey to net a fourth and cap a fine win for the Reds as Chelsea saw their hopes of grabbing fourth spot extinguished. Former Kop idol Fernando Torres returned to Anfield for the first time since his £50 million departure in January last year as one of eight changes for Chelsea with this month's Champions League final against Bayern Munich Roberto Di Matteo’s primary focus. Liverpool, meanwhile, made four cha ...
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, ...
Frank Lampard felt we controlled the game for thefirst hour at Wembley in Saturday's FA Cup Final, andfully deserved a fourth victory in six years in the competition. Ramires and Didier Drogba gave us a two-goal lead before Liverpool sub Andy Carroll brought them back into the game, but he could not prevent the Bluesfrom lifting the trophy on amemorable May evening for the Stamford Bridge faithful. 'It's been a brilliant competition for us. It was atough game and coming into it with the game in two weeks on people's minds, it feels as good as ever to win it,' Lampard said afterwards. 'They get sweeter as you get older because you know they don't keep going forever. Today we enjoyed it very much, it's been a tough season and itmakes it special to win. 'We got a great start, Ramires has been brilliant all season and scored a good goal. To get your nose in front is massive and we controlled it. We could have killed them off, then maybe got a bit over-confident and they got the goal and it was backs to the wa ...
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Roberto Di Matteo claimed his Chelsea old guard delivered the perfect response to their critics with the 2-1 FA Cup Final triumph over Liverpool - but flat-batted speculation over his own future on yet another day of triumph for the Blues at Wembley. Roberto Di Matteo: 'It's quite special' Goals from Ramires and Didier Drogba proved enough to repel Liverpool's late rally, with Petr Cech making an incredible save to deny substitute Andy Carroll, who had already pulled the Merseyside outfit back into the game. Inspired defensive performances from John Terry and Ashley Cole also helped Chelsea on their way to a fourth FA Cup success in six years, in a season that could yet end in Champions League glory as well. It represents an incredible turnaround from their mid-season slumbers, which resulted in the sacking of Andre Villas-Boas. But interim manger Di Matteo never did feel his club's stalwarts were past it. ''We've had a difficult season and a lot of criticism,'' he said. ''But the players responded today ...
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 ...
yes Andy Carroll's was inside we accept but do u Liverpool guys remember what Luis Garcia did to Chelsea in the Champions League in 2005 with a goal dat didn't cross the line?!!! hmmm kind of a revenge!LOL
Would you trade that "near-goal" by Andy Carroll for Luis Garcia's "ghost-goal" in the Champions League a few years ago, Liverpool fans?
Michael Higdon cost £0, scored 16 goals. Andy Carroll cost £35m, scored 8 goals. Only one of them will play in the Champions League
Players that have been criticized this season - Andy Carroll to score winner in FA Cup Final Carlos Tevez to score goal that wins Man City the Title Fernando Torres to score winner in Champions League Final :)
Look at Spanish football's dominance of Europe. Barca and Real in Champions League semi-finals. Valencia, Athletic Bilbao and Atletico Madrid in Europa League semi-finals. And all English football does is wasting millions on the likes of Andy Carroll.
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