West Ham United will again be without the services of Andy Carroll for another match this season against Everton on Saturday.
In his weekly press conference, Hammers manager Slaven Bilic said that his tall England forward and would miss yet another fixture in this 2016-17 campaign, representing the latest absentees for the club. Carroll joins the suspended pair of Mark Noble and Sam Byram as the latest players unavailable for the club in a game this season. It will be the 16th league game this season that Carroll won’t participate in.
“From the game against Sunderland, we are without Sam Byram, who got a red card at the end of that game, and we are also without Andy Carroll,” Bilic said. “He will probably be fit for our next game, but for this game, no.”
Winston Reid will thankfully return for the side, as he has already been back in training and is said to have “looked good” from Bilic’s stand point.
The Croatian tactician also reiterated that him and Diafra Sakho didn’t have an argument last week. He added that the Senegal man’s fitness for Saturday would be evaluated on Friday.