Euro 2012 News: Andy Carroll and Danny Welbeck to Start Up Front For England

England is pinning their hopes of Andy Carroll, the long-haired Liverpool striker who has been the bane of so many jokes this season. This is his perfect opportunity to prove himself to England supporters around the world. Even if he doesn’t score, he will undoubtedly play a role for England.

Here are the latest Euro 2012 news headlines from the past 24 hours:


2 thoughts on “Euro 2012 News: Andy Carroll and Danny Welbeck to Start Up Front For England”

  1. Well he's got one game to do something because he won't be playing when Rooney gets back, unless he plays like he's never played before and then maybe Welbeck would miss out. Still, unless he scores two or three today this will be his one and only chance

  2. Carroll has been terrible since joining LFC, why does he deserve the start for England? Headers? Leading the line? All things he has been terrible at for LFC. Defoe had a much better season inspite of not starting every game, and he is proven at international level, Welbeck and Defoe should start. Carroll starting is a mistake.


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