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I have already left a comment on this article, yet I must thank Jamie Carragher for all he has done for my beloved Liverpool over the years. Thank you for being loyal and becoming the legend you have become at Liverpool. I still want Jamie to coach our defenders as your positional play and understanding of the game is second to none. Maybe you will change your mind and manage Liverpool one day.
@794 and Scholes or Keane never did
I feel fortunate that I was on the kop to witness carraghers first goal for the club many years ago. I'm reading his autobiography at the moment, fully recommend it if you haven't read it yet, whether you' re a red or not. He's very honest and praising of the fans, but one strange omission is he doesn't talk about his best defence partner Sami hyypia, otherwise a great book. Top bloke.
@ 801 What has your opinion of Brendan rodgers got to do with Jamie Carragher retiring? Also, do you not think that Liverpool have improved over the course of the season?! I think the Arsenal game is a prime example. We were woeful against them at home, then go the the Emirates and nearly win. Rodgers is doing well, just needs a couple more years
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Epitomises commitment and loyalty, best of wishes Carra....No more said!!!
@793. Are you six years old or something? Pathetic behaviour of a typical keyboard warrior. Probably hard around women too...
@795 Funny that.....I hear nothing but silence while reading these posts. Seems to me you made just as much noise as I did. Average player who's been loyal to his club. What's your point exactly????
@792. Nice list but that's what LFC not Carragher. He didn't even feature in 3 of those finals.
Always respected Carragher. Not blessed with an immense ability or pace, but made up for it with tremendous tenacity and commitment. Always there to be counted upon. A good, honest and dedicated pro. I have no doubt he will be a very successful coach. Good luck to him and hopefully he can inspire young players to have that never say die spirit that is sadly lacking in the modern professional.
794.WordsofWisdom Not sure what your post has to do with my little thumbs up to a great pro announcing his retirement but there ya go.As they say empty vessels make most noise
Fair play but he's no Scholes, Giggs or Neville. Did well marshalling a defence, for a non English speaker. Good luck to him! International career a bit of a non event though. Not quite good enough and let himself down by throwing his toys around.
he's pantshe's pantshe comes from scouser landCarragherCarragherad infinitum !!
2 FA Cups, 3 League Cups, a Champions League, a UEFA Cup, Super Cups.700+ club appearances, 38 caps.I'm sure i'm forgetting stuff but you would want to be special (not the good kind) not to be able to appreciate a quality career like that.Top lad and Pro, a dying breed.The majority of posters from all clubs giving positive comments says alot also.Awaiting the next chapter with interest.
Yeah not a great player but no one could fault him he's always give 100 per cent and fans respect that. A nice honest bloke to
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