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How Much Is Andy Carroll Worth?

Our latest Vital Manchester City front page question submitted by robinwho? asks...

Given Liverpool's offering of Andy Carroll to Man City how much would you value the striker?

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Writer: danielqpr Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday January 30 2012

Time: 9:51PM

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I guess the short answer is whatever Liverpool can get for him! Honestly don't think Carroll is a terrible player, and newcastle showed that if you play to his strengths, then he will score a few goals. Don't seriously think he'd add anything to the current City squad, as his style of play seems totally at odds with the style Mancini is striving to impose upon City. Good luck to the guy, if he sorts his head out he might have a future at Liverpool - otherwise, he'd make an ideal Tony Pulis signing.
fifthcolumnblue
Well, if he's leading the line for England this summer, that just about sums up the standard of what Crapello has to wrestle with. From what we've seen so far, absolutely brutal. That City will sell 53 goal Tevez for less than Dalglish forked out beggars belief.
Johnny Baguette
Mancini This Week: "Carroll is a good player, he is young and strong."
Johnny Baguette
It's a bit weird asking what a player is 'worth', as the money thrown around in football has become absurd. However, Carroll has only had one good half season, in a team which seemed to be built around his strengths. This season has failed to produce anything at all, so my answer to the question is 'somewhere around 7m' - and that's only because he is still young and is British.
Hominid
With hair like that he has to worth at least one L'Oreall ad campaign.
Bluedub
Our local Sunday league side say they will buy him a bottle of Newcastle Brown Ale if he plays on a Sunday for them, and they think thats all hes worth....
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