Submitted by karim 1037d ago | news

Nolan jumps to drefence of Caroll as West Ham captain dismisses claims striker attacked photographer

DailyMail - West Ham players have leapt to the defence of Andy Carroll after the striker was accused of assaulting a photographer during the squad’s Christmas party.

The £35million England star, on loan at Upton Park from Liverpool, has found himself in hot-water after the incident outside a nightclub in Dublin in the early hours of Sunday morning. (Andy Carroll, Culture, West Ham)

karim  +   1038d ago
Sounds foolish to attack a photographer but this is Carroll..so anything's possible
no_more_heroes  +   1037d ago
what's a drefence?
karim  +   1037d ago
Woah, didn't spot that..Pretty sure it's the Daily Mail's fault tho!
FootballZilla  +   1036d ago
I cant believe people actually approved this :/
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