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27-Year-Old Forward     West Ham United  Premier


England

Birthdate:  January 6, 1989    Birthplace:  Gateshead, England    Nationality:  England    Height:  6' 3"    Weight:  168 lbs    
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February 4, 2016    Andy Carroll News

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Carroll (hamstring) is fit to play Saturday against Southampton.

Carroll suffered his injury back on Jan. 12 against Bournemouth, but manager Slaven Bilic said Thursday that Carroll returned to training Monday and should be good to go. He didn't indicate whether Carroll would start, though he's got a tough matchup against a Southampton side that has posted four consecutive clean sheets.

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Enner Valencia had a brace in Tuesday's win over Bournemouth, and with Diafra Sakho and Andy Carroll sidelined by injuries, he is slated for significant playing time leading the Hammers' attack.

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January 21, 2016

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Carroll (hamstring) is on track to return in the middle of February.

Carroll picked up his hamstring injury last weekend and was expected to miss up to six weeks, so he's theoretically still within that time frame. Given his long injury history, he will likely be eased back in, while Enner Valencia and/or Nikica Jelavic start in his absence.

January 14, 2016

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Carroll is expected to be out for a month after suffering a hamstring injury during Tuesday's match versus Bournemouth.

The striker had been showing signs of a return to form following his return from a groin injury, but he will head right back to the trainer's table after featuring in just four matches. Teammate Diafra Sakho is also out with a long-term injury of his own, leaving Enner Valencia and Nikica Jelavic as the top options at striker for the foreseeable future.

January 13, 2016

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Carroll is expected to miss up to six weeks because of the hamstring injury he suffered Tuesday against Bournemouth, The Guardian reports.

Carroll lasted just 15 minutes Tuesday before suffering the injury, as he headed right down the tunnel after coming off the pitch. The striker has a long injury history, so while it's disappointing that he'll miss more time, it's hardly surprising. Enner Valencia will likely continue to play up front for West Ham, with Nikica Jelavic possibly getting starts until Diafra Sakho returns from his thigh injury.

January 12, 2016

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Carroll suffered a hamstring injury during the first half of Tuesday's match against Bournemouth, the BBC reports.

Carroll will be assessed again Wednesday to help determine the severity of the ailment, but he had to come off right after suffering the injury, leaving Enner Valencia to lead the line.

January 12, 2016

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Carroll was taken off the in 15th minute of Tuesday's match against Bournemouth due to injury.

Nikica Jelavic came on for Carroll, who went right down the tunnel after coming off the pitch. Carroll has a long history of injuries, and while it's unclear how severe the latest one is, it seems a bit of a long shot that he would be ready to play Newcastle on Saturday.

January 3, 2016

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Carroll headed one in on five shots (all on target) and added team-leading nine aerials won in the 2-0 win over Liverpool on Saturday.

The striker was in total command of the Liverpool box and is finally coming to his own and reminding about his glorious Newcastle days. He’s on two goals in the last two games (three for the season) but unfortunately for him Dimitri Payet, Victor Moses and Manuel Lanzini could all be fit soon and considering also the presence of Enner Valencia and Michail Antonio it would be hard to imagine him getting regular playing time. Regular scoring, though, wouldn’t hurt his case when judgement day comes.

December 28, 2015

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Carroll attempted three shots and scored the game-winning goal after coming on as a halftime substitute during Monday's 2-1 triumph over Southampton.

While he began the match on the bench, the big striker made his presence felt, helping West Ham secure three points with his first goal in over two months. Carroll had missed the last two matches because of a groin injury, and Monday's performance could earn him a starting berth against Liverpool on Saturday, although his playing will likely continue to fluctuate based on matchups.