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WEST HAM, Allardyce: "We are interested in Carroll, but.."

15.07.2012 08.30 by Marco Gori  read 1213
Source: bundesligapremier.it
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Interviewed by Sky Spors News, West Ham manager Sam Allardyce has declared about the possibility to sign Liverpool striker Andy Carroll: "You can't say you wouldn't be interested in Andy Carroll, he's a player who has got great stature in the Premier League. Whether Andy Carroll wants to come to West Ham is another matter".

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