Where is Jamie Carragher now?
A one-man club, Jamie Carragher spent his entire 17 year Premier League career with Liverpool and is the second longest-serving player in the club’s history.
During his illustrious Anfield career he made over 700 appearances winning two FA Cups, three League Cups, the UEFA Champions League and the UEFA Cup.
He also represented England at under 21 and senior levels making 27 appearances for the youth side and 38 appearances for the senior side.
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Finally retiring at the end of the 2012-13 season, he went straight into broadcasting and joined Sky Sports in his current role as a pundit on their Monday Night Football programme alongside former Manchester United rival Gary Neville.
Born and bred on Merseyside, Carragher launched the 23 Foundation with an aim to help local children achieve their dreams through local charities, clubs and community initiatives and has also opened a number of soccer schools on Merseyside and has recently extended it into Europe.
Following the success of his 23 Foundation and his soccer schools, Carragher launched his own academy JC Sports and Learning Academy in 2014 which trains 16-19 year olds to become qualified football coaches.
In October 2017, he joined The Daily Telegraph as its new football expert where he writes a weekly column and contributes to their Total Football podcast.
Carragher found himself on the front newspaper pages instead of the back pages in March 2018 when he was filmed spitting at a 14-year-old Manchester United supporter in her father’s car.
The incident happened after the father had mocked Carragher whilst driving alongside his car after a Liverpool defeat to United in the Premier League.
Although he made a public apology and also a personal apology to the girl and her family, Carragher was suspended from his Sky Sports pundit role until the end of the 2017/18 Premier League season.
He returned to his current pundit role at the start of the 2018/19 season.
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Jamie Carragher: Premier League Statistics
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Statistics courtesy of www.premierleague.com