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Allardyce: Carroll to miss England qualifiers

West Ham striker Andy Carroll is likely to miss England's World Cup qualifiers against Moldova and Ukraine after suffering a hamstring injury.

Carroll crowned hero in Liverpool, Blackburn clash

Andy Carroll struck a dramatic injury-time winner as 10-man Liverpool beat Blackburn Rovers 3-2 at Ewood Park in a rollercoaster Premier League clash.

Dalglish’s reign of error costs the Reds

Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish has come under increasing pressure to get results after an embarrassing six losses in seven games.

Torres and Carroll have given January sales a bad name

Torres and Carroll lend credence to the belief that January buys aren't good business.

Carroll pines for home

It is easy to imagine Andy Carroll driving alone in his car with "I'm Coming Home Newcastle" booming out of the sound system.

Andy Carroll warned over drinking habits

England manager Fabio Capello has warned Andy Carroll that the Liverpool striker needed to drink less if he wanted to be a successful footballer.

The urge to splurge

Goal-scorers scored big as outrageous spending on transfers continued in the English premiership.

Torres makes record Chelsea move, Reds land Carroll

Chelsea smashed the British transfer record to sign Spain striker Fernando Torres for £50-million from Liverpool on Monday.

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