Jamie Carragher believes Liverpool are the "real deal" this season, but is he blinded by bias?
The England national team will be better off with a foreign coach like former Germany boss Jurgen Klinsmann, rather than an Englishman, according to Liverpool FC legend Jamie Carragher.
Former Liverpool defender Jamie Carragher claims that Tottenham Hotspur, under Mauricio Pochettino, are building a team that could challenge for the English Premier League title for years to come.
Manchester United crashed to a 3-0 defeat against title-chasing Tottenham Hotspur on Sunday and Sky Sport pundit Jamie Carragher did not hold back in his criticism of both club and manager for the poor result.
Liverpool legend Jamie Carragher has hailed his former team mate Luis Suarez for making Lionel Messi and Barcelona great again, while also opining that the Uruguayan has the talent to challenge Messi's status as the best player in the world.
Manchester United's purple patch has faded just as abruptly as it started, with the Red Devils losing to Liverpool in the Europa League following a Premier League defeat to West Bromwich Albion.
Writing in his column for the Daily Mail on Thursday, Liverpool FC legend Jamie Carragher has expressed his pride for the club after owners Fenway Sports Group (FSG) apologised for the idea of £77 tickets and froze prices for the next two seasons.
When 10,000-odd fans walked out of Liverpool FC's home match against Sunderland at Anfield, it made a huge statement for the owners. But, when club legend Jamie Carragher walked out with those fans, the public relations damage done to the club seems to be 10 times worse.
Liverpool FC defender Jamie Carragher has stated that forward Daniel Sturridge would not play unless he was 100% fit, while also stating that his exit rumours are ill-timed with the cup final a month away.
Skysports is always the place to go to see candid admissions by former players and managers, and this time Brendan Rodgers revealed his retirement plans for Liverpool legend Jamie Carragher.