Andy Carroll Loan Move a Possibility
During our years covering the football, the News Desk has learned that the unexpected should be expected and the expected is certainly unexpected when it’s not expected to be unexpected; or something. Andy Carroll could leave on loan? Yes, that was the word this morning from Brendan Rodgers when unlike most managers, he said exactly what was on his mind. There’s been endless debate about where the big Geordie, who’s having a bit of a torrid time living up to that dastardly £35mil price tag, will fit into Rodgers preferred 4-3-3 formation. Now, the News Desk isn’t a tactician by any means, but the obvious answer is: nowhere. With a move for AS Roma youngster Fabio Borini almost in the can, Craig Bellamy sticking around and a new deal for Suarez in the works, it looks like big Andy may be hittin’ the road. Rumors that AC Milan were sniffing around still seem suspect, but now that Andy has a big “take me away” sign hung around his neck, there will be quite a few clubs queuing up for his services. Gigantic mistake or best thing for everyone?
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4 thoughts on “Andy Carroll Loan Move a Possibility”
personally I wouldn’t like to see Carroll go anywhere next season. With his confidence looking to be on the rise, loaning him out would only dampen his chances of fitting into the squad. Not to mention if you get rid of Carroll, there goes Liverpool’s aerial attack. He’s a good player and with Rodgers helping him along the way, it should help him with his game. YNWA!!!!!
One of our major problems over the last few years has been the lack of back-up in the striker department. Get an injury or two, or need to change things on the pitch to get a goal, and we don’t have a back-up plan. This season we’ll have a lot of Europa League games -we need depth in the squad. We need to bring in another striker, and keep Carroll – unless we’re bringing at least 2 in (Borini and Dempsey?)
Might be a good experience for him. Only if he gets some time on the pitch though. Nothing worse than players going out on loan to sit on the bench.