Andy Carroll will be picked for Brazil

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Why this West Ham ace is well worth the risk

Date: 18th April 2014 at 6:38pm
Written by Ben Coldwell

What will possibly become one of the most intriguing dilemmas that Roy Hodgson will face when it comes to his World Cup squad selection is who he will choose as his last choice of striker. Jay Rodriguez has seen his hopes dashed by a long-term knee injury. Jermaine Defoe has fled to Canada, likely putting a stick in his spokes. So really, it comes down to Southampton’s Rickie Lambert, or West Ham’s Andy Carroll. It’s a toughie, but in my opinion, Carroll should get the nod. Despite his recent indifferent form, Carroll is still causing his usual problems to Premiership defences. He never dodges a physical battle, and will throw his weight into every duel. It is this simple attribute ... Read More


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