West Ham's Andy Carroll, right, competes for the ball with Hull City's Tom Huddlestone during the English Premier League soccer match between West Ham and Hull City at Upton Park stadium in London, Sunday, Jan. 18, 2015. (AP Photo/Matt Dunham)
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Type the name of West Ham United striker Andy Carroll into any Internet search engine and you will be greeted with page after page chronicling various failing parts of his body.A torn knee ligament, and surgery Tuesday, means there will be no more of those this season for the man who cost West Ham a club record of around 16 million pounds ($24.63 million) to sign from Liverpool in 2013 .When Carroll finally made his move permanent in the summer of 2013, he spent the first half of the season sidelined with a foot injury more commonly associated with ballerinas.For West Ham, the transfer money and a reported 90,000 pounds a week in wages works out at around 3 million pounds for each of the seven goals he has scored.
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