Andy Carroll accused of leaving his Liverpool mansion in tatters


West Ham striker Andy Carroll is being sued for almost £200,000 over claims that he left his Merseyside mansion in awful condition upon leaving Liverpool this summer. Among the citations include an infested swimming pool and numerous stains on furniture.

From the Daily Mail:

The 24-year-old striker is said to have left drinks stains on chairs and the ceiling, removed expensive hi-fi equipment and furniture - including treadmills, sofas and a grandfather clock - and caused the 12-metre swimming pool to be infested with algae. Other damaged items allegedly include a barbecue, a garden lounger and an air hockey table.

Landlords Jeff and Dawn Grant also claim that Carroll owes £68,000 in unpaid rent for the five-bed mansion in Blundellsands, Merseyside.

Oof. Not a good look, Andy.

Then again, neither was this. Or this:


I guess we shouldn’t be too surprised.


Andy Carroll takes flight into De Gea


In West Ham United’s 2-2 draw with Manchester United, Andy Carroll makes a bold attempt to take off and fly. Unfortunately for him, Manchester United keeper David De Gea found himself in the way. No card was given, much to the dismay of Sir Alex Ferguson, but in Carroll’s defense, it certainly appeared he was simply making a play on the ball.

Should he have been booked? Watch the play at full speed and decide for yourself.


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