Oct 15, 2016 at 5.30pm UK at ​Selhurst Park
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Andy Carroll 'pictured drinking during West Ham United game'

Andy Carroll is seemingly seen drinking a pint while his West Ham United team were battling to a 1-0 win away at Crystal Palace on Saturday afternoon.

West Ham United striker Andy Carroll has apparently been spotted drinking while his side were facing Crystal Palace in Saturday's Premier League clash.

The England international was pictured by The Mirror with former teammate Joey O'Brien at the Slug and Lettuce bar in Canary Wharf during the Hammers' 1-0 win in South London.

Carroll is currently at the centre of a probe by his club after also being pictured in a pub drinking with Darren Randolph last month, having opted to stay out into the following morning after a team night out.

Slaven Bilic vowed this week to punish any players found guilty of breaking club rules, but Carroll may now be in further hot water with his manager.


Carroll has not featured for United since August and is currently working his way back to fitness following his latest injury layoff.

Slaven Bilic points and shouts during the FA Cup fourth-round replay between West Ham United and Liverpool on February 9, 2016
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