Angry Carroll abuses Dalglish
Liverpool striker Andy Carroll fired a foul-mouthed tirade at boss Kenny Dalglish as he was substituted in Sunday's 2-0 defeat to Newcastle, according to the Daily Mirror.
The England international endured a miserable return to Tyneside in his first game back at the Sports Direct Arena since his £35 million move from the Magpies last January.
Carroll was booed by the home crowd and was widely mocked after seeing yellow for a dive in the first half.
His woes were compounded when he was subbed in the second half and, as he walked down the tunnel, he allegedly let rip with a volley of abuse towards his manager.
He said: “F****** joke this, f****** shit, f*** off,” in the direction of Dalglish who was standing in the technical area on the touchline.
Carroll also clashed with his old teammates and manager Alan Pardew after falling in the area untouched by onrushing goalkeeper Tim Krul.
After being booked by referee Martin Atkinson, the 23-year-old berated the Magpies boss saying: “It wasn’t a dive you f****** c***.”