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Carroll loaned out

A quick loan and a quick debut were quickly followed by a quick yellow card, as Andy Carroll was loaned to Preston and came on as an 87th minute sub for the Whites last night in their shock 2-1 defeat against Morecombe in the Carling Cup. Andy should be there until January, at which point Sam will assess whether he`s going to be better off back on Tyneside.

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Writer: Ross Molyneux Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday August 15 2007

Time: 8:54AM

Your Comments

good experience for him.
Shearer#1
Deffo. Looks like it'll toughen up an already tough kid far more than reserve level shenanighans.
SirLes
Ey just what the lad needs a good run out see what he can do, Think he will come back a better player too
davidmillzy
Agree Millzy - we'll soon see his mettle. Hopefully he'll come back a bit more clued up on running the offside trap.
SirLes
Yeh hope so SirLes i just hope he isnt another Chopra case being loaned and left out and then signing for another club and scoring a load of goals,Saying that chops only scored twice but i think he will do well for the macums even tho i hate to admit it. LOL
davidmillzy
 

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