There’s no doubt that Liverpool fans are some of the best around, and the only difference between Newcastle and Liverpool in the last forty years or so, is that Liverpool have won a lot more trophies than the Magpies – including five European cups – picky picky. 😀
Andy Carroll – gives his all in every game
So it’s really no surprise to us, that most of the Liverpool fans seem to want Andy to stay on Merseyside, because they have seen how much the Gateshead lad is a fighter, and always gives his very best for the team.
And one thing people seem to forget about Andy, is that he’s never fazed by anything, he’s a mentally tough young kid, and he usually does his very best when the chips are really down.
He showed that towards the end of last season for Liverpool, when he played well for Liverpool in the two Cup Finals and in the last couple or so months of the season, and he didn’t play too badly for England in Euro 2012 either, with a superb headed goal against Sweden, when it really mattered.
For all the stories about Andy drinking too much, he’s still an excellent professional, which is why it seems that an awful lot of Liverpool fans would like the Geordie striker to stay at Anfield.
Of course on the other hand, most of the Newcastle fans would like to see him back on Tyneside, where a lot of the fans think he should never have left in the first place.
We don’t know how this saga is eventually going to play out, but in reality it really doesn’t look like big Andy has much of a future under Brendan Rodgers at Liverpool.
And if that’s the case, then there’s little doubt that Andy should come back to Newcastle, back home, where he will be as good as ever at St. James’ Park – we’re convinced of that.
Whether the powers that be at Newcastle can make that happen this summer, we really don’t know – but that’s what we’re hoping for.
But he’ll return as number three striker behind Papiss Cisse and Demba Ba, but Andy has already indicated he’d just love to play with these two top Senegal strikers.
And don’t forget that first and foremost, Andy is a Newcastle fan, born and bred on Tyneside, just like the rest of us.
What do you think about this?