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Roeder singing Carroll`s (praises)

Having spoken at length in our Pompey match preview about giving lads like Andy Carroll a chance before the end of the season, Glenn Roeder must have been having a sneaky peek at Vital Newcastle some time pre-match as the big local lad ended up getting a full 45 minutes of the second half, coming on for the spaced out Zog. In a decent shift, he set up Milner for the penalty decision and generally made a decent impression. This seemed to go down well with the gaffer, who commented:

"Big Andy has come on and helped change things. It`s no coincidence we were far a better side in the second half. His hold up play was excellent and he found a black and white shirt everytime he touched the ball. He`s a great lad and hopefully we`ll see a great deal more of Andy Carroll over the next few years at Newcastle United."




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Writer: Ross Molyneux Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday April 15 2007

Time: 8:03PM

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The lad deffo needed a chance following his reserve games this season. Great prospect.
Roy4Triggs
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15/04/2007 20:07:00

Top tip - the next Drunken Duncan Ferguson.
BaldEagle
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15/04/2007 20:15:00

Like Sir Les I reckon ;-)
SirLes
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15/04/2007 20:18:00

Howay lad - I wouldn't go that far!
Roy4Triggs
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16/04/2007 08:05:00

 

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