The Premier League title has eluded Jamie Carragher throughout his career but he hit back at a fan who mocked him by comparing Eric Cantona
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Jamie Carragher hit back at a fan who asked him about his omission Premier League titles.
Before Liverpool The defender is currently giving his opinion as an pundit on Sky Sports, often alongside Gary Neville.
During his playing career, Carragher won every honor – except for England’s top flight.
Now it’s used to beat him, especially when he questions the club’s credentials towards the Premier League title.
A fan asked him about Twitter How many top-flight medals did he have, but Carragher was quick to reply: “CL’s Cantona count is about the same.”
The Manchester United legends were seen as the catalyst at Old Trafford as they continued to dominate into the early 1990s.
Signed from Leeds by Sir Alex Ferguson, the Frenchman was hugely influential before his departure in 1997.
That meant he missed out on the 1999 treble victory, which included a Champions League win against Bayern Munich.
Meanwhile, Carragher boasts a Champions League medal after the feat in Istanbul.
Liverpool beat AC Milan 3-0 on penalties in 2005.
The pundit has previously faced similar criticism from the former United player Rio Ferdinand after his comments about winning titles.
“Carragher really shouldn’t be talking about winning tournaments,” Ferdinand said of NO. 5 Youtube channel.
“He never did that. He didn’t know what that meant, he didn’t know how to do it, he never navigated a team through it to that point to win the league.
“So I find it very difficult when he speaks with such conviction about winning tournaments. He should stick with cup competitions. The moment he talked about tournaments, I just muted. “
Carragher’s closest to winning the league championship was second – a position he’s finished twice.
The near misses were undone by poor recruiting with the former Red manager calling it a big deal.
“It’s well documented that we didn’t win a league title during my time at the club, so I think many managers will revisit those signings that didn’t quite put Liverpool out there. limit when I play,” he said Sports sky before.
“With Gerard Houllier and Rafa Benitez, we were very close to the title, and then we thought we had only a contract or two left, and those songs never worked.
“I always think about the effect of what [Virgil] Van Dijk has been at Liverpool, Mo Salah or Alisson – Jurgen Klopp has brought the team very close, to the Champions League final and then very close to Man City in the title race, but he needs those signings. to push him over the edge, and they did.”