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Not sure why that makes Carra's performance any better for some people on here.

 

He was ace.

 

Because some 'fans' really questoined whether he was worth a new contract.

 

And you're right, he was ace - exactly what we need in the big games.

 

When he's not playing we should have him behind Pepe with a loud speaker!

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Because some 'fans' really questoined whether he was worth a new contract.

 

And you're right, he was ace - exactly what we need in the big games.

 

When he's not playing we should have him behind Pepe with a loud speaker!

 

His organisation really is a boost isn't it. He'd have loved that game, tonight. His cup of tea!

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He had a very good game, not sure if his inclusion made us sit deeper though. I haven't seen us that deep for a while. Maybe it was just Arsenal pressing.

 

In our last home game with Carra at CB we played the highest line we've played in years.

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In our last home game with Carra at CB we played the highest line we've played in years.

 

he's played in many of those games.

 

i think he defends the penalty box really well. did it fantastically yesterday. think his contribution is being a little overstated other than that. we still got deep. we still got disorganised.

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Jamie Carragher has today announced that he is to leave Liverpool Football Club at the end of the season and will be retiring from football.

 

The Reds defender has enjoyed a glittering career at Anfield, having joined the club's youth system aged nine before going on to make his first-team debut in January 1997 against Middlesbrough. He has subsequently made more than 700 senior appearances for Liverpool, winning a host of major honours. He is second only to Ian Callaghan in club's all-time appearance table.

 

The 35-year-old has made the announcement this week to end speculation surrounding his future.

 

He will continue to concentrate his efforts on helping Brendan Rodgers' side achieve success in the Barclays Premier League this season and the on-going Europa League campaign.

 

Carragher said: "This will be my last season at Liverpool and my last as a professional footballer.

 

"I'm making this announcement now because I don't want the manager or the club to be answering questions on my future when I've already decided what I am going to do.

 

"I will be fully committed between now and the end of the season to doing the very best for Liverpool Football Club, as I've done my entire career since joining aged just nine-years-old.

 

"It has been a privilege and an honour to represent this great club for as long as I have and I am immensely proud to have done so and thankful for all the support I have had. There are many memories I want to share and people to thank, but now is not the time for that.

 

"I won't be making any further comment on this decision until the end of the season; all our focus and concentration should be on achieving the best possible finish in the league this season and trying to win the last remaining trophy we are competing in."

 

Liverpoolfc.com and LFC TV will be producing a special tribute to Jamie Carragher to be broadcast upon his retirement at the end of the season, featuring an extensive interview with the man himself reflecting on his illustrious career.

 

 

http://www.liverpoolfc.com/news/latest-news/lfc-statement-on-jamie-carragher

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