Jamie Carragher shows off Christmas jumper with brutal dig at Gary Neville when a GOAT SH*T,Vicario made a good impression that save spur last night

Jamie Carragher has showed off his Christmas jumper ahead of tonight’s festive edition of Friday Night Football – and naturally aimed a dig at Gary Neville in the process.

Nottingham Forest host Tottenham at the City Ground at 8pm, with Ange Postecoglou‘s side going level on points with fourth-placed Manchester City if they pick up a win.

With no Monday Night Football coming up for the rest of 2023, tonight will be the last time we’ll see Carragher and Neville in the iconic studio before Christmas.

And Carragher decided to add some pre-match fun to proceedings, unveiling his new Christmas jumper – which is essentially just a series of light-hearted digs at Neville and Manchester United.

The main part of the jumper is adorned by a logo dedicated to Liverpool‘s 7-0 win over United in March, with the two teams facing off at Anfield in a repeat of that fixture on Sunday.

There is a picture of Carragher laughing directly at Neville alongside the speech bubble: “I wish I could relive this everyday…” – a play on words, of course, of the iconic Wizzard hit.

The song on the jumper continues with: “When the Kop starts singing, the Reds begin to play…”

While Carragher couldn’t hide his glee at the jumper, Neville bluntly responded: “Arrogance is a sure path to failure.”

But the Liverpool icon hit back, with his eye on Sunday’s clash: “Confidence. Confidence my friend.”

Neville, though, didn’t express too much confidence of United going to Anfield and getting a result.

Speaking on the Gary Neville Podcast last weekend, Neville said: “The thing that United have to fear most is that Liverpool and Jurgen Klopp are a professional bunch and they’ve done well over a seven-year period.

“My concern with this Manchester United team is that they haven’t got it in them to surprise us.

“[Anfield for a United player] can swallow you up, and if those players don’t stand up and stick that chest out next week and they don’t take the ball and show courage, it will eat you alive.

“That’s what they’ve got to prepare for next week. Courage to play.”


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