This is the house the footballer lived in while at Liverpool FC from 2011-2013.
Andy Carroll is an English professional football player who currently plays striker for West Ham United. Carroll is considered the classic center forward. He has strength, a powerful shot and strong heading ability. Coming up with Newcastle United, Carroll was seen as a future star. He scored 33 goals in 91 matches for the Toons.
In 2011 Carroll was bought by Liverpool FC from Newcastle United for a fee of £35 million. At the time Carroll was the eight most expensive British footballer of all time. Expectations were high for Carroll as he was replacing the outgoing #9 Fernando Torres. Carroll scored a total of 11 goals in 58 appearances for Liverpool. In 2012 Liverpool fired Kenny Danglish and hired Brendan Rodgers. Carroll was deemed surplus and loaned out and eventually sold to West Ham for £15m. Carroll's injuries have slowed him down, but he's 26 with plenty of time to regain his form.