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You really can't say that when he hasn't even entered the pitch. Sure, he might never live up to his transfer fee (as most footballers do) but I am sure he will contribute something to the team.
The money only affects Chelsea and Newcastle, Liverpool effectively traded Babel and Torres for Carroll and Suarez.Im just saying, he is no where near 35 million, and it will prove that Suarez will outdo him 10-1 on almost everything. Never rated Caroll at all.
you played long balls becuase you dont have anywhere near the creativity of liverpool, or the ability to control a game. Carrol isnt a targetman, he is more than capable of being a complete forward, which is how Liverpool will utilise himThing is, Newcastle built their team around AC, a lot of long balls etc. I can't see Liverpool building their team around him and changing their style. Carroll scored 1 goal for us which he made for himself, ironically against Liverpool, other than that, zilch.
you've hardly bossed them, and you cant boss opposition the same way liverpool can. more than a targetman, if you did watch him so closely you would know thisOh really? So we haven't changed our style to suit our current forwards and bossed the majority of games we've played with out AC? I've watched Carroll for years, for youth, reserve, and now senior level, and I know what he's capable of, otherwise he wouldn't have been rated so highly, he's a target man.
Therefore you haven't watched them games. Exception of Fulham and the first half against Arsenal. I'm not arguing, I've watched Carroll for years, week in week out while also holding a season ticket. Thats like me trying to run the rule over one of your players who's only been on show for 6 months in the Premier League. Carroll creates nothing for himself, all you need to do is look at his goals this season to know that cause its so obvious. He can be the best striker England have, but he was so spoon fed here to help his development. Nolan baby sat him and kept him out of trouble, the club backed him over 2 different court cases along with breaking his own team mates jaw. I don't see many other clubs standing by such a trouble maker. He's maturing, but he's by no means the finished article, Michael Ricketts anyone?you've hardly bossed them, and you cant boss opposition the same way liverpool can. more than a targetman, if you did watch him so closely you would know this