Tag Archives: Andy Carroll

Anthony Taylor’s Bad Day: West Ham v. Liverpool

I’m going to be honest with you guys: I didn’t watch much football today. I was out late last night killing zombies. Long story. But pretty much first thing in the morning, my phone started buzzing with texts: “Did you see it??”       “Anthony Taylor sucks.”       “Not a yellow card!”   So, after a couple

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News: Andy Carroll Doesn’t Get His Way

The super-secret Tribunal (which is what I guess they decided to call themselves), convened to hear West Ham’s argument that Andy Carroll should not be suspended, has agreed with the FA. Carroll’s suspension begins immediately. News is dripping out about this arbitration Tribunal, but apparently both West Ham and the referees (whether represented by FA, PGMOL or Prospect, I haven’t been

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News: Andy Carroll Gets His Way

FA have granted Andy Carroll and West Ham an ‘arbitration hearing‘ before their fixture with Aston Villa. This will presumably happen today, since it’s the last business day before the weekend’s matches. In case you’ve been hiding under a rock: Carroll was red carded by Howard Webb last weekend for hitting Chico Flores in the head with his arm. Flores overacted,

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