He has been silent in more than three years, but now takes the former landsholdsangriber Andy Carroll the leaf from the mouth.
Newcastle-the star is ready to tell what happened when two armed persons on motorcycles tried to rob him in november 2016.
Opposite to the Daily Mail explains Carroll, that it all begins, when he is on his way home from a training session in West ham, which he plays for at the time.
Suddenly running a motorcycle up on the side of him, and the driver of the motorcycle begins to talk to Carroll, who initially think that he knows him.
But when the man gesturing that he pulls a weapon and says he will have fodboldspillerens watch, realizes Andy Carroll, that something is very wrong.
Then begins a fast-paced drama, where Andy Carroll takes flight in his Jeep sharply pursued by two robbers on motorcycles.
"You fear for his life. It was 25 minutes where I was being chased by two people on motorcycles, which drew the weapon. I was almost home, so I turned around and began to run back towards West ham's training facility," explains Andy Carroll to the Daily Mail, and continues:
"I hit the other cars, ran a red light and drove in the wrong side of the road."
"I drove down a double track road and could not get back in the right hand because of gelænderne."
"I came to a hill and had no clue what was on the other side. It is scary. I dodged cars and trucks that came at me all the time. And the whole time they are here motorcycles still after me. Fortunately, I came back to the training field," explains Andy Carroll, which came in the security on West ham's training facility.
A man ended up being sentenced to 11 years in prison for røveriforsøget, but Andy Carroll explains that such fear can still sneak up on him and his family today.
"My family was worried. Monitor the you? It was a one-time performance? They will go to targeted towards the house, when Billi (Andy carroll's fiance, red.) is at home with the kids? Even today, when a motorcycle drive by, s***** I in the pants to be honest."
"because of the children, fills it all, no matter where we go. Swimming? Panic. The park? Panic. The Zoo? Panic. ’Where are they? What if something happens?'," sounds from Andy Carroll.
The tall striker has clubs like Liverpool, West ham and Newcastle on the cv, while he is noted for nine matches and two goals for the national team.Date Of Update: 21 December 2019, 15:00