West Ham striker Andy Carroll could miss the remainder of the season after undergoing surgery on his knee.
Carroll suffered medial ligament damage after coming on as a substitute in the goalless draw at Southampton on February 11.
He was forced to play on as manager Sam Allardyce had used all three substitutes and goalkeeper Adrian had been sent off for handling outside his area...
LONDON (AP) West Ham manager Sam Allardyce expects to be without striker Andy Carroll for at least a month with a knee ligament injury.
Carroll was forced off in Wednesday's 0-0 draw at Southampton.
A full diagnosis was due later Friday, but Allardyce believes Carroll will be out ''four to six weeks if we are lucky.''
Allardyce explained that the ''medial ligament on the side of...
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February 13, 2015
Andy Carroll has accused Brendan Rodgers of lying to him when he was trying to force him out of Liverpool.
Carroll faces Liverpool today with West Ham - over two years since Carroll left Merseyside on a season-long loan that then became a permanent Â£15m move to east London.
He told The Times: "With Brendan Rodgers, there was a lot going on. What he was saying to me and what was...
When do you know a striker has lost his way?
In recent years, in the English Premier League specifically, critics have come out in droves against the likes of Andy Carroll and Fernando Torres. Carroll was the subject of a bid for £35 million back in 2011, taking him from Newcastle United to Liverpool. He was a major flop before being sold to West Ham two years later for...
Andy Carroll made Swansea City look like the Washington Generals with this incredible goal. Carroll took a cross off his chest and juggled the ball around close to the end of the box. While having the ball in the box for a few seconds, he took an off balanced shot from just under the 18 yard box to give them the lead. Carroll has undertaken a kind of renaissance at West Ham this...
West Ham striker Andy Carroll will serve a three-match suspension, starting immediately, after an independent arbitration tribunal dismissed a legal challenge by the club against the Football Association's decision to uphold the player's red card.
The Hammers are unhappy that the England international's ban - a consequence of his dismissal against Swansea last week after an altercation...
West Ham's co-owner David Gold says the club are seeking "legal redress" over Andy Carroll's red card because they have no alternative.
The Hammers want the Football Association to take the case to an arbitration panel after referee Howard Webb's decision to send off the striker after a clash with Swansea defender Chico Flores was upheld by a three-man FA appeal's body.
West Ham striker Andy Carroll has lost his appeal against the red card shown to him in their 2-0 victory over Swansea on Saturday.
Carroll was dismissed after he was adjudged to have deliberately caught Swansea defender Chico Flores with a flailing arm. But the Football Association has rejected the appeal and Carroll will now be unavailable to manager Sam Allardyce as he serves...
Andy Carroll twice set up goals for Kevin Nolan before being sent off as 10-man West Ham beat Swansea 2-0 Saturday to provisionally move out of the Premier League relegation zone.
Carroll headed down to Nolan in the 26th for his teammate to fire in a left-footed half volley at Upton Park.
The West Ham captain made it 2-0 in the 45th after Carroll headed in from the side and Nolan...
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February 01, 2014