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Peace breaks out between Carroll and Moyes

Andy Carroll was back in training today at Rush Green after apologising to manager David Moyes for his weekend walk-away during the 4-1 defeat by Manchester City.

A club insider told ClaretandHugh that the two men had sorted out their differences after the striker had been sent home when failing to offer a ‘sorry gaffer’ to Moyes on Monday.

After the senior squad took their normal day off yesterday there were real fears that the row between the two would go unresolved almost certainly ruling the Geordie out of the match against Leicester City on Saturday.

But after a relatively cordial meeting between the pair Carroll trained this morning and again looks all set for a place in the squad for a game viewed as vital by everybody associated with the club

Our insider said: “All is good, both men are content with the outcome and the only thing both – and the squad are focused on is a win in the east midlands.”

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5 comments on “Peace breaks out between Carroll and Moyes

  1. much ado about nothing then as i suspected. what will be the next big scandal in the hammers house of fun i wonder. or is it the hammers house of horrors?

  2. That’s good news.

    We need the big man this weekend. I would start him,

  3. Hope he keeps fit lol, our only chance of selling him to Newcastle in a few weeks time, and get a striker that scores Goals! not 39 over 6 years.

  4. Glad to hear it.Last thing we need is friction between the 2 with a massive game on Saturday.Would like to see Carroll get a start and help us find those last few points.Cannot wait for this season to finish in all honesty.

  5. That’s good to hear – peace before war breaks out between Mr Moyes and the fans for leading us into the wasteland of the championship. Then it will be Mr Moyes’ turn to apologise.

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