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LIVERPOOL, Rodgers: "Carroll won't come back"

20.10.2012 08.30 by Marco Gori  read 1894
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Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers has declared about the possibility for 23 year old center forward Andy Carroll to come back after the injury occurred to Fabio Borini: "I haven't considered Andy coming back. He has gone to West Ham to get games under his belt. We have people watching when he plays and reporting back on how he does. It is a setback losing Fabio, and you have to feel for him, considering this is the third year in succession that he has been injured in October and ruled out for three months".

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