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He's been one of our better players in the EL, assuming we are still in it in Jan, that is worth something. Getting rid at all costs just so we can wring out hands and revel in what a bad signing he's been is not good enough.

 

He's a good squad player and given our lack of a squad as it is, he will need replacing. Fair enough if we get a chunk of money back and buy someone better, but that didn't work with Carroll did it.

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Didn't he start at 'boro though? Mark Hughes is still around too.

 

Yeah, he had a little loan spell at Sunderland though, their fans love him. Could do with West Ham deciding to buy Carroll in January given they've pretty much guaranteed survival but they'll just keep him till the end and send him back!

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Yeah, he had a little loan spell at Sunderland though, their fans love him. Could do with West Ham deciding to buy Carroll in January given they've pretty much guaranteed survival but they'll just keep him till the end and send him back!

 

Dont think they can can they? Thought the deal was if they stay up they give up 18 million pounds

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Well that has pissed over over my bonfire.

 

Newcastle it its.

 

I think that's what it'll come down to and if Newcastle aren't interested the player may decide west ham's good enough if he's getting games and some goals

 

Crisis to crisis.

 

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http://www.liverpoolecho.co.uk/liver...0252-32245677/

 

 

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STEWART DOWNING has been told that he can leave Liverpool FC during the January transfer window.

 

The Reds will listen to offers for the 28-year-old winger, who cost £20million from Aston Villa in the summer of 2011.

 

Downing has found himself down the pecking order since the appointment of Brendan Rodgers and is surplus to requirements at Anfield.

 

He hasn't started a Premier League game since the opening day defeat at West Brom, with the likes of Raheem Sterling, Suso and Oussama Assaidi having been selected ahead of him.

 

Back in September Rodgers warned that Downing needed to show more ‘hunger and desire’ if he wanted to remain at the club beyond the winter transfer window.

 

The former England midfielder responded by vowing to fight for his place and insisted he wanted to remain with Liverpool until 2015, when his current contract expires.

 

However, despite getting the winner in the Europa League home clash with Anzhi, Downing has remained on the periphery of Rodgers' squad.

 

Liverpool are resigned to suffering a sizeable loss on the former Middlesbrough man but will hope to get back around half of what they paid Villa for his services.

 

If a suitable offer is received then Rodgers will put that cash towards signing the ‘two or three’ attacking players he wants to boost his firepower in January.

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