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Paper talk? Something tells me it's got to be. Why would we consider taking on a known trouble maker? An expensive one at that. His wage demands are pretty crazy. Mighty fine player though.
What did people think of Carrolls performance on Saturday? I for one thought it was much better and his problem was simply service. Either a lack of crosses or simply fired up to him at height. We need to bring him into the game with the ball on the floor,work on getting behind the defence and get crosses into the box.
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Maybe he wants him there because he thinks he's getting better and contributing to the team.
I'm not saying I'm not disappointed in Carroll, and I do hope he can progress including putting a few more in the net. But I am saying I'm not ready to give up on a 22 year old as player who cannot progress, especially when I see him contributing more in each game he plays.
imo Carroll was instrumental in both goals on Saturday. He scared the heck out of De Gea by just standing in front of him, and in fact also drew 2 defenders to him which allowed the space for Agger to get his head on the ball. If teams keep doubling up on Carroll to prevent him from scoring on set plays, he's not going to bag too many. However if we take advantage of the fact space is being created by Carroll, we have to admit he'll be making a contribution to the side.
The second goal was obvious, although maybe the fact Evra started cheating up field assuming Carroll would not get his head on the ball should mean we should encourage people to write off AC in the hopes opposition defenders start under rating him. But the fact is he did exactly what he used to do at Newcastle, exactly what we pay him to do, he got his head on the ball and directly set up a scoring chance Kuyt took with glee.
Yes we want more goals from Carroll, but so long has he's helping us win games, I'm not sure what people are complaining about.