Carroll, left, excused his ignorance by saying he meant no disrespect to Liverpool or Suarez.
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Andy Carroll has admitted his football IQ was so low he had to use Google to find out who Luis Suarez was when he joined Liverpool in 2011 . Carroll moved to Merseyside for a record fee for a British player of 35 million pounds ($42 million) and teamed up with the Uruguyan superstar in attack.The 30-year-old former England international striker excused his ignorance by saying he meant no disrespect to Liverpool or Suarez. Carroll, who has returned to Newcastle on a one-year deal after being released by West Ham over the summer, had to Google Suarez while he was flying by helicopter to Liverpool to complete the transfer on the final day of the January 2011 transfer window.Suarez had signed just days before from Ajax for just over 22 million pounds but Carroll told the Newcastle United team website he had no idea who his future team-mate was.
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