Former Liverpool defender and current Sky Sports analyst Jamie Carragher slated the club's performances during 2014 today, labeling the side as having no leadership, showing no progress and being bullied and outclassed by a Crystal Palace side.
Carragher's arguments were televised on Sky Sports after the Palace-Liverpool game.
Former Liverpool defender Jamie Carragher has suggested that Brendan Rodgers leave striker Mario Balotelli out of his starting eleven in order to give his side the best chance of beating Real Madrid on Wednesday.
Speaking onSky Sports: Monday Night Football, Carragher urged the Liverpool boss to drop the Italian international from the lineup and moved Raheem Sterling further forward.
Have we seen the best of Wayne Rooney? - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
Wayne Rooney undoubtedly stands out as one of the best English players of his generation. He has been England's best forward for the past ten years or so and is truly a "world class" player in his own right.
At 28, he has played over 600 games for both club and country and has scored over 260 goals in his career.
Ever since the final whistle blew, Liverpool fans and some neutrals have been up in arms about Chelsea's tactics. At last someone from their camp has come out and spoken complete sense and it's about time!
I had written my take on the game first and foremost here followed by my take on the whole anti football debate yesterday here.
Liverpool legend: It's Now or Never - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
One down, six to go. It's really giving a tingling romantic sensation, not only for Liverpool fans, but for the neutrals as well. Liverpool's destiny of winning the Premier League title now rests on their own hands!
Former Liverpool pair Dietmar Hamann and Jamie Carragher have been telling the story of a trip to Japan that ended with the German midfielder being arrested. The story takes places in Tokyo after the Reds' participation in the 2005 FIFA Club World Championship. Over to Didi...
Liverpool are now genuine title contenders, according to club legend Jamie Carragher. The Sky Sports pundit says former team-mates Steven Gerrard and Luis Suarez can stop talking about a top four finish in interviews and make an assault on the title. He said: "Liverpool are going for the title as well now.
Cesar Azpilicueta has been praised left, right and centre from various people for his form at Chelsea ever since he made the left back position his own. Now, he's been named as the best Defender in the League!
Speaking a few weeks ago, Gary Neville and Jamie Carragher on SkySports' Monday Night Football, were asked who they each believed to be the best and BOTH stated that followed closely by Gary Cahill, John Terry and Branislav Ivanovic, Azpi was the best:
I am keen to hear your opinion's on their verdict.
Chelsea full back Cesar Azpilicueta was lauded as the best defender in the Premier League by Gary Neville and Jamie Carragher this week during the Monday Night Football show on Sky Sports.
Neville and Carra analyzed why they think the Spanish international is at the top of his game, and how much of a difference he's made for Chelsea this season as the Blues continue to surge ahead at the top of the table.
On SkySports "Monday Night Football" last night, Gary Neville and Jamie Carragher took an in depth look at Chelsea's draw with Manchester United last Sunday and have some very interesting observations.
I think they have both made some real valid arguments. The way United started the game, adopting the 4-3-3 formation that Chelsea struggled to come to terms with in that first half.
It was interesting to see the reaction of Gary Neville and Jamie Carragher on SkySports's Monday Night Football last night. Both have stated that it's between Chelsea and Manchester City for the title. I was wondering if you agree?
Speaking after Chelsea's response to going a goal down to Burnley and winning the game 3-1 by half time, Neville said:
"I'm not writing Arsenal and Liverpool off on the first day of the season, but I'm not sure how they can win it.
Small-scale pundit warfare erupted on Twitter last night in the wake of Diego Costa's dismal efforts to con a penalty out of refereeMichael Oliver by hurling himself over Burnley goalkeeper Tom Heaton at Turf Moor with Stan Collymore ultimately vowing to walk away from the broadcasting profession to prove his point.
Sky Sports pundits Gary Neville and Jamie Carragher got into a fascinating debate on the first Monday Night Football episode of the season as they discussed the new fad of wing backs in the modern game, and whether they're much different than the modern day full back.
The 3-5-2 formation proved to be the catalyst for the debate between the former Manchester United and Liverpool defenders.
It goes without saying that the amount of soccer available to American "soccer" fans is astounding.
This summer, ESPN/ABC made sure every match of the World Cup was available live on television, Internet or even app. Meanwhile, NBC Sports Group is kicking off its second season covering the Barclays Premier League, which will see the broadcast company showcase all 380 matches of the season on its networks and over the web.
Earlier this week, Gary Neville and Jamie Carragher gave an enlightening analysis of the Liverpool-Chelsea game and the mistakes that Liverpool made that played right into Chelsea's plan.
On that episode of 'Monday Night Football' on Sky Sports, Neville and Carragher also analyzed Newcastle United's defensive mistakes and what they should be doing better to stop the flurry of goals that is being scored against its team.
I got to admit I thought teaming Carragher and Neville up on Sky Sports was going to be a disaster, however I have been pleasantly surprised with how both men have been able to disect almost every game with perfect perception of the game and the pairs analysis of yesterday's game at Anfield between Liverpool and Chelsea was quite brilliant and honest from both men.
Sky Sports pundits Gary Neville and Jamie Carragher were back on television in the UK last night for the British version of 'Monday Night Football.' As always, Neville and Carragher had plenty of salient points to share.
This week's episode has been broken down into eight separate short videos.
Former Liverpool greats Jamie Carragher, Jamie Redknapp and Graeme Souness hame condemned Mario Balotelli's antics last night infront of a packed Anfield but also suggest that manager Brendan Rodgers should shoulder some of the blame for what they believe was a panic buy at a cut price yet costly mistake.
Thoughts on the eve of England's 2014 World Cup squad announcement It is always fun for fans to second-guess their national team coach's World Cup squad. And so it is galling when the manager picks players you had cast off the list long ago, revealing his mind works on a different wavelength to the supporters'.
'Twas the 11th annual 'Match Against Poverty' last night, with Zinedine Zidane and Ronaldo once again assembling their stellar teams, chock-full of legendary names, to square off in the name of charity.
As always, the rosters were absolutely stellar with the likes of Robert Pires, Youri Djorkaeff, Paolo Maldini, Steve McManaman, Ruud Gullit, Christian Vieri, Hidetoshi Nakata, Fabio Cannavaro and Jamie Carragher all turning out for the occasion making Luis Figo's dressing room "group selfie" (okay, we know it's not actually a selfie) a thing of exquisite beauty and putting Ellen DeGeneres' paltry Oscar night ensemble shot to shame.
I personally cannot say enough about Gary Cahill! Surely, he has to be one of the best defenders in the country right now and I am not saying that because I wear blue tinted glasses, it's fact! The reports that he is about to be offered a new four year deal at Chelsea is fantastic news if it's true!