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.
Impressionist Darren Farley is back with a new video, featuring the comedian singing Christmas hits in a number of different characters including —Jamie Carragher, Roy Hodgson, Michael Owen, Steven Gerrard and Harry Redknapp.
Even if you're not a Liverpool supporter, this video is worth watching for a few chuckles.
Arsenal's 2-0 win over Liverpool may have put them five points clear at the top of the table, but Kolo Toure thinks that Arsenal are not the title favourites. Liverpool may have started the season with ambitions of finishing in the top four, but they are now capable of winning the title according to the defender.
Sky Sports pundit Jamie Carragher was asked to name his favourite Liverpool team goal in response to Jack Wilshere's effort for Arsenal against Norwich at the weekend. Without too much thought, this is the one that Carra opted for: Patrik Berger's strike against Derby County in October 2000. The Czech star applied a thunderous final [.
Liverpool youngster Tiago Ilori has been talking of how much he admires recently retired Anfield great Jamie Carragher. The pair never played together, with Carra hanging up his boots at the end of last season and Portuguese youngster Ilori only joining on transfer deadline day. Although they are very different defenders, the 20-year-old said he [.
Liverpool are prepared to block any move for Martin Skrtel from his former club Zenit, according to ESPN. Speculation has grown recently over the future of Liverpool's Slovakian defender, who was linked with a move away in the summer. The 28-year-old lost his place to Jamie Carragher last season and has only recently managed to nail down a starting place under manager Brendan Rodgers.
Liverpool and England captain Steven Gerrard believes young players are struggling to break through at top clubs because of the high numbers of foreign players in the Premier League. Gerrard, 33, made his Liverpool debut at the age of 18 and has been a mainstay in the club's first-team ever since.
Liverpool's 1-0 defeat to the hands of Southampton was more disappointing for the performance, than the result itself. In fairness to the Saints, they came to Anfield and played a very impressive game of football. They were composed, strong and a great collective group. Considering they finished 20 points behind Liverpool last season, Mauricio Pochettino's side have come on leaps and bounds over the summer.
Jamie Carragher reduced the Monday Night Football team to fits of laughter with his assertion that no-one wants to grow-up to be Gary Neville. The Liverpool legend was initially making a general point about most full-backs being failed wingers or failed centre-backs. But, spotting he had touched a nerve with professional right-back Neville, he hammered [.
No, Jamie Carragher's not out of retirement. But the Liverpool great has been talking about the time he partnered the Reds' new signing Mamadou Sakho in defence. The pair was teamed up during a charity match in Corsica 18 months ago, so he has seen the former PSG man at close quarters. He told the [.
Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard has revealed his aim to go into management once he hangs up his boots and dreams of taking over at Anfield one day. The 33-year-old continues to play an integral role for the Reds on the pitch but is already planning for life after retirement by commencing work on his coaching badges within the next year.
Gerrard: "The dream come true would be to manage Liverpool." http://t.co/c0BDOKsD7c #LFC pic.twitter.com/WsHkLwBMl3 Liverpool FC (@LFC) September 5, 2013 Watch out, Brendan Rodgers: Steven Gerrard is after your job. The Liverpool captain revealed that he has set his sights on managing the club one day.
New Liverpool signing Tiago Ilori has revealed that watching former assistant captain Jamie Carragher at Anfield is something that he cherished as a young player, and stated his desire to one day create a legacy of his own with the Reds. The 20 year old completed a deadline day move from Portuguese side Sporting Lisbon, and will help bolster a back line that is yet to concede a single goal in Premier League action this season.
The first Monday Night Football of the season was certainly not short on banter, or even the occasional piece of scousist humour. Debutant Jamie Carragher was, in the modern parlance, owned by Gary Neville, who compared him to a burglar. Neville was analysing Robin Van Persie's movement across the opposition backline and said he was [.
Martin Skrtel believes the competition for places in the Liverpool defence will see him improve, after reports linked him with a move away from the club as he was surplus to requirements. Skrtel started 23 games for the Reds last term, but made he majority of those appearances in the first half of the season after falling out of favour with Brendan Rodgers.
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.
Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey received a glowing review from Monday Night Football pundits Jamie Carragher and Aaron Ramsey last night. Carragher praised Ramsey as being "the best player in the league" on his current form. Neville was also keen to praise Gunners boss Arsene Wenger for ignoring criticism in the media and from Arsenal supporters [.
Most fans of English football in the United States have no clue what they are missing. Unless, that is, they are using alternative means to watch soccer matches broadcast on Sky Sports.
Sky Sports coverage is universally applauded for shows such as: Soccer Saturday, The Footballers Football Show, Sunday Supplement, and Goals on Sunday (I would like to add Soccer AM to this list, but I'm not sure how many people understand the comic genius of "The Hairy Strikers" and "Away Days").
Richard Keys used to present Sky Sports' football coverage for many-a-year. He now doesn't. This is because he did a small sexism on television a couple of years ago and paid the price. Now he and his partner in crime, Andy Gray, present Premier League coverage out in Qatar with Al Jazeera.
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!
1. You can play no strikers or three strikers and be equally bereft of any attacking potency. 2. It's not a great game if the highlight of it is the visiting manager looking for a pen. Try to find anything to top it in the video above you'll struggle. 3. The award for most [...]
On 27 January 2002 a coin was thrown onto the pitch at Highbury from the crowd during the FA Cup match with Liverpool. It landed near Jamie Carragher. I don't know if the perpetrator of the offence was caught, but I hope so and I hope he/she was banished from Arsenal games [.
It's not often that a defender is lauded as man-of-the-match following a 4-1 win. But after City trounced United in the season's first Manchester derby, amongst the many contenders for the accolade was Vincent Kompany, as the City captain put in a typically inspirational performance.
Sky Sports's Jamie Carragher, a pundit notoriously difficult to appease from a defensive perspective, was waxing lyrical about the Belgian's showing in his post game analysis:
"As a centre-back myself, watching that performance I was just in awe.
Liverpool legend Jamie Carragher has slammed the tactics of Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho, questioning his decision to not play an out and out striker. The former Real Madrid manager elected to start Cameroonian striker Samuel Eto'o up top for yesterday's Champions League match against Swiss side FC Basel, but once again saw his approach fall flat on its face as the Blues slumped to a 2-1 defeat.
Long-timeLiverpool center-back Jamie Carragher believes that Arsenal have waited too long in this summer's transfer market and will now to start buying players in a panic. The former defender thinks that Arsenal could have made signings throughout the summer and may now make purchases that are not well thought out and could hurt the team in the long run, using past signings as examples to prove his point.
Liverpool defender Kolo Toure admits he is spurred on by the extra competition provided by fellow new signings Mamadou Sakho and Tiago Ilori. Following his summer arrival the Ivorian slotted seamlessly into the void left by the retirement of Jamie Carragher at the end of last season. However, with Sakho and Ilori coming in late in the transfer window from Paris St Germain and Sporting Lisbon manager Brendan Rodgers' centre-back options have been bolstered further.
Jamie Carragher admits he is unsure how Brendan Rodgers will fit Mamadou Sakho into his first-choice XI but expects the Frenchman to be a regular starter. The 23-year-old is yet to make an appearance for the Reds after completing an £18m move to Anfield from Ligue 1 winners Paris Saint-Germain on deadline day.
In this week's episode of The Football Special (sorry for the day in posting it), Malcolm Best is joined by Cardiff City manager Malky Mackay to discuss the lighter side of football. Plus we hear from Jamie Carragher and his England ambitions, Joe Kinnear returns as an "expert" plumber, and we witness the efficiency of a Brendan Rodgers narrated Sat Nav.
'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.
Amid a national debate regarding the impact of foreign players in the Premier League on the English national team, former Liverpool and England player Jamie Carragher has voiced his opinion that there are too few opportunities afforded to young English talents. Carragher retired from playing at the end of last season, and has seen the league's foreign influence increase this season.
Daniel Agger has hailed the influence of Liverpool skipper Steven Gerrard and says he will follow the midfielder's example after being made vice-captain. The centre-back, who has been linked with a move to Barcelona in recent weeks, succeeded the recently retired Jamie Carragher for the new season, while goalkeeper Pepe Reina joined Napoli on loan.