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West Ham Chairman David Sullivan has lifted the lid on the Hammers' recent failed bid to sign Liverpool Striker Andy Carroll. In an interview with The Mirror, Sullivan insisted that Carroll was 'perfect for the style of football we play', and described about how the striker would've been utilised by Sam Allardyce. He said:"Andy was the perfect player for the style of football we play: a lot of
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David Sullivan says West Ham United had agreed a deal with Liverpool for Andy Carroll, but the striker turned down the chance to be the focal point of Sam Allardyce's side.
Carroll's future at Liverpool has been uncertain following the appointment of Brendan Rodgers as manager and he has been linked with several rival Premier League clubs.
West Ham were among those to show...
We’ve been wondering lately whether Newcastle are still interested in signing Andy Carroll back from Liverpool, and news in the Evening Chronicle today suggests that Newcastle may have to pay much more than they have offered, to get the Gateshead-born striker back to Newcastle. Andy Carroll – only wants to join Newcastle United The paper [...]
Newcastle could very well go in for former striker Andy Carroll on the very last day of the transfer window, much like Liverpool did back in January of last year, that eventually saw Andy leave his home town club, but only after Liverpool offered a ridiculous £35M in cash for the Gateshead born lad. Andy Carroll - could still arrive back [...]
West Ham co-owner David Sullivan says Liverpool striker Andy Carroll would have been perfect for the club. The Hammers attempted...