Carragher also assembled a side of Liverpool and Everton players from the mid-1980s to the early 1990s for the podcast, which is part of a new series called "At Home with Colin Murray." Neville Southall, Trevor Steven, Kevin Ratcliffe, John Barnes, Ian Rush, and Kenny Dalglish were among those that took part.
Carragher's father, Ray, was a legendary central defender who played for Liverpool and Wales while his brother Paul has been a coach at several English clubs including Chelsea, Leeds United, and Aston Villa.
Jamie Carragher made his first team debut on August 31, 1995 in the opening game of the 1995–96 season against Wimbledon. He scored his first goal two seasons later in 1997–98 when he netted in a 2–1 win over Middlesbrough at Goodison Park.
The British sports commentator and journalist has been covering football matches for more than 20 years. His work has appeared in publications such as The Guardian, The Observer, and ESPN FC.
He began writing a column for the BBC website in 2004 and had an annual contract with them to write about football until 2015. He has also written for Radio 5Live and Sky Sports since 2003 and is a co-commentator for their UEFA Champions League coverage.
In June 2016, it was announced that Carragher would be leaving his role with Sky after 15 years to join ESPN as one of their main commentators for Premier League games.
Jamie Carragher was Mr. Liverpool during his Anfield tenure, the quintessential one-club player with one of the greatest hearts in football. Our former vice-captain was a key figure in the Reds' success throughout his 17-year tenure with the club, in which he made over 700 appearances. He left in 2015 after being diagnosed with leukaemia.
Carragher started out at Liverpool as an eight-year-old prodigy who appeared in almost every match for the first team before his 15th birthday. He went on to make more than 400 appearances for the club, scoring 16 goals. His hard work and commitment have won him many admirers across the world, with England's national team befittingly naming their South African-born successor.
Carragher's playing style was known for its aggression and stamina, with many fans calling for his shirt number to be retired in honor of his service to the club. However, he decided not to retire until after the 2014-15 season had ended so that he could focus on his recovery from leukaemia.
After leaving Liverpool, Carragher took up a coaching role with the club as part of Brendan Rodgers' backroom staff. He is expected to remain at Anfield in a consultant capacity following the appointment of Jürgen Klopp as manager earlier this year.
Carragher is set to continue as a television pundit for ESPN after retiring from playing career in 2015.
Liverpool Jamie Carragher was Mr. Liverpool during his Anfield tenure, the quintessential one-club player with one of the greatest hearts in football. He retired in 2015 after playing his last game in the UEFA Champions League against Juventus.
Carragher is the most decorated player in Liverpool history and his appearance record (700) only betrays how much he loved playing for the club. His achievements on the field earned him a place in the England squad, where he represented his country at several levels. He won 85 caps for his country and scored 15 goals. Off the field, he is famous for his inspirational role model work with The Foundation, a charity he set up in 2005 to help young people learn about addiction.
Carragher's wife, Sue, and their three children all follow his footsteps and play soccer: James plays defense for Wigan Athletic, Emily plays midfield while Jacob plays attack. They also have two dogs named Lulu and Leo who act as guardians of the castle at their home in Lancashire.
In 2012, Carra returned to Liverpool as an ambassador and counselor to the manager, Rafael Benitez. In August 2015, it was announced that he would be leaving the club at the end of the season and taking a break from football to focus on his health and family.