West Ham news
West Ham officials are confident that England international Andy Carroll will be fighting fit for the start of the Premier League season.
West Ham manager Sam Allardyce is confident he will be at the helm of the club nest season after predicting the club was now safe from Premier League relegation.
West Ham United manager Sam Allardyce has said that striker Andy Carroll will be sidelined for up to eight weeks with a knee injury.
Sam Allardyce has defended Andy Carroll's striking abilities after the 23-year-old again failed to find the net in West Ham's 1-1 draw with Stoke City on Monday.
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is well aware of the threat Andy Carroll will pose his side when they meet West Ham on Saturday but insists they should only worry about their own game.
Andy Carroll will play no part in England's upcoming World Cup qualifiers against Moldova and Ukraine, after suffering an injury on his West Ham debut.
Liverpool chairman Tom Werner has insisted manager Brendan Rodgers will have the final say on forward Andy Carroll and suggested a decision will be made on the forward in the near future.
Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers says there is "no way" he will loan out Andy Carroll after the club spent GBP;35 million to sign him from Newcastle United 18 months ago.