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Jamie Carragher

Jamie Carragher played as a central defender for Liverpool and the England national team, earning 38 caps at senior level for his country. He was born on January 28, 1978, in Bootle, England.

He started his career at Liverpool’s academy and went on to make his debut for the first team in 1997. He became a key player for the Reds, playing over 700 games for the club over a 17-year period and winning a number of trophies, including the Champions League, UEFA Cup, two FA Cups, and three League Cups. He was also named Liverpool’s Player of the Year three times.

The Kop even penned a song for him – A Team Of Carraghers – to the tune of Yellow Submarine.

Carragher retired from professional football in 2013 and has since become a popular television pundit, working as a commentator and analyst for Sky Sports alongside former adversary Gary Neville. He is known for his forthright opinions and analysis of games and is widely regarded as one of the most knowledgeable and respected voices in football media.


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