Wednesday, November 10, 2010

CHN Links: Gameday Edition

Good morning, Toon Army. Let's beat The Rovers today!

That can't be good for your blood pressure, Sam. Take it down a notch.
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First, a couple of match previews for you:
BBC Sport

Scottish boss Craig Levein says that he'll call up Andy Carroll if Fabio Capello drops the ball. Carroll, who is eligible to play for both countries, has stated his intent to play for England, but this could get really interesting if Capello continues to snub Carroll. (Lee Ryder, The Chronicle)

Chris Hughton reiterated his stance that Andy Carroll is not for sale. Back off, Arsenal, Chelsea, and other would-be poachers. (Sky Sports)

Chris Hughton is not overlooking Blackburn. (Lee Ryder, The Chronicle)

Lee Ryder wonders aloud if Chris Hughton's latest sideline attire has become a good luck charm for the team. For the record, I am in favor of the suit.

Arsenal's appeal on behalf of Laurent Koscielny was denied, meaning the red card for holding Nile Ranger back will stand. (The Guardian)

Peter Lovenkrands would be willing to accept a transfer to his homeland of Denmark. (Neil McLeman, MirrorFootball)

Lee Ryder praises Joey Barton for his recent run of good form.

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