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Jamie Carragher, Bellend Of The Year


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When my leg was broken in an horrific tackle by Lucas Neill in September 2003, my mates were ready to hunt him down if I gave the go-ahead.

 

A few weeks later I received a phone call. "You won't believe this, Jay. We're in the Trafford Centre and Lucas Neill is walking straight towards us. What do you reckon?"

 

Did I really want Neill to take a crack? "There's only one problem," added the voice. "Little Davey Thommo is with him."

 

That was that. I could hardly let one of my best mates, David Thompson, now a Blackburn player, become a witness to an assault. Besides he'd have recognised the attackers. The impromptu mission was aborted and I sent a text to Thommo telling him Neill should give him a hug of thanks.

 

As word got back to Blackburn about the near miss, or should that be hit, their coach Terry Darracott, a Scouser, appealed to one of my friends to call the boys off. I agreed.

 

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He [Rigobert Song] strolled off to his French speaking friends and began talking to them. I could see him pointing towards me while everyone was grinning. It was clear what he was saying and the rage inside me simmered.

 

Later, Song walked on to the training pitch with a smile on his face. He was limping off it with a grimace an hour later. The first chance I got, I did him. Never have I hunted down a 50-50 tackle with greater appetite

 

"You're not fucking laughing now are you, you soft twat?" I said as he hobbled away.

 

Did I care he had a knock? No way. I don't remember him or anyone else in the squad for that matter trying to take the piss out of my ability again.

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He [Rigobert Song] strolled off to his French speaking friends and began talking to them. I could see him pointing towards me while everyone was grinning. It was clear what he was saying and the rage inside me simmered.

 

Later, Song walked on to the training pitch with a smile on his face. He was limping off it with a grimace an hour later. The first chance I got, I did him. Never have I hunted down a 50-50 tackle with greater appetite

 

"You're not f***ing laughing now are you, you soft t***?" I said as he hobbled away.

 

Did I care he had a knock? No way. I don't remember him or anyone else in the squad for that matter trying to take the piss out of my ability again.

 

Carragher as well?

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He [Rigobert Song] strolled off to his French speaking friends and began talking to them. I could see him pointing towards me while everyone was grinning. It was clear what he was saying and the rage inside me simmered.

 

Later, Song walked on to the training pitch with a smile on his face. He was limping off it with a grimace an hour later. The first chance I got, I did him. Never have I hunted down a 50-50 tackle with greater appetite

 

"You're not f***ing laughing now are you, you soft t***?" I said as he hobbled away.

 

Did I care he had a knock? No way. I don't remember him or anyone else in the squad for that matter trying to take the piss out of my ability again.

 

 

:rolleyes: :rolleyes:

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He [Rigobert Song] strolled off to his French speaking friends and began talking to them. I could see him pointing towards me while everyone was grinning. It was clear what he was saying and the rage inside me simmered.

 

Later, Song walked on to the training pitch with a smile on his face. He was limping off it with a grimace an hour later. The first chance I got, I did him. Never have I hunted down a 50-50 tackle with greater appetite

 

"You're not f***ing laughing now are you, you soft t***?" I said as he hobbled away.

 

Did I care he had a knock? No way. I don't remember him or anyone else in the squad for that matter trying to take the piss out of my ability again.

 

Carragher as well?

 

Aye.

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He [Rigobert Song] strolled off to his French speaking friends and began talking to them. I could see him pointing towards me while everyone was grinning. It was clear what he was saying and the rage inside me simmered.

 

Later, Song walked on to the training pitch with a smile on his face. He was limping off it with a grimace an hour later. The first chance I got, I did him. Never have I hunted down a 50-50 tackle with greater appetite

 

"You're not f***ing laughing now are you, you soft t***?" I said as he hobbled away.

 

Did I care he had a knock? No way. I don't remember him or anyone else in the squad for that matter trying to take the piss out of my ability again.

 

Carragher as well?

 

Aye.

 

Once a scouser, always a scouser.

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Collymore on Talksport the other night was none too happy to hear off a listener that he featured in the book.

 

Said he'd meet Carragher down the training pitch any time he wanted. Not a happy bunny.

 

 

Carragher could have £100m in the bank and he'd always be Grade A scum.

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"It's like the ultimate football man's dream to be better than Ferguson because he is the master.

 

"I just hope he hangs around long enough to wait for me."

 

If Carragher's desire to finish his coaching badges and set about the enemy as Liverpool manager comes as a pleasant surprise to Kopites, his motives may not.

 

The ambition to emulate Anfield's biggest bogeyman is not down to hatred - but respect.

 

"I've got more respect for Ferguson than anyone else in the game. He's like a Scouser, really.

 

"He's funny, doesn't mind telling people to f*** off, and he even votes Labour. I love him."

 

"I'm not saying I want to leave Liverpool, but if Liverpool weren't that good and a great team like Real Madrid or Barcelona came in for me I might go, because I've always driven myself to play at the best level I can.

 

That's the most shocking quote.  :yikes:

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"There's definitely too many foreigners in the game. What's the point of spending all this money on the academies if we're not pushing local kids through? Liverpool FC is our club. It's a big part of our city and you've got to give young Scousers with aspirations the chance to succeed.

 

"It's not just football. I've got two brothers who find it hard to work in Liverpool in this Capital of Culture year. One of the reasons is we've made it too easy for foreigners to come here and take the jobs."

 

:lol: :lol: :lol:

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What a fucking arsewhipe he is the scouse cunt.

 

 

 

 

Sorry, i just wanted to say some swearwords. (I meant it though)

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"It's like the ultimate football man's dream to be better than Ferguson because he is the master.

 

"I just hope he hangs around long enough to wait for me."

 

If Carragher's desire to finish his coaching badges and set about the enemy as Liverpool manager comes as a pleasant surprise to Kopites, his motives may not.

 

The ambition to emulate Anfield's biggest bogeyman is not down to hatred - but respect.

 

"I've got more respect for Ferguson than anyone else in the game. He's like a Scouser, really.

 

"He's funny, doesn't mind telling people to f*** off, and he even votes Labour. I love him."

 

"I'm not saying I want to leave Liverpool, but if Liverpool weren't that good and a great team like Real Madrid or Barcelona came in for me I might go, because I've always driven myself to play at the best level I can.

 

That's the most shocking quote.  :yikes:

 

Real Madrid ? :lol:

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