Liverpool legend’s son wants to become ‘next Gary Neville’
Jamie Carragher's worst nightmare is coming true
Jamie Carragher’s worst nightmare looks set to become a reality.
The Liverpool legend has been a welcome addition to Monday Night Football after Carragher cast his rivalry with Manchester United aside to forge a formidable double act with Gary Neville.
One of Carragher’s best moments in the Sky Sports studio came when he joked that no youngster grows up wanting to be a right-back, or the next Gary Neville.
However, in a twist of fate, the Champions League winner’s son James is currently playing at right-back in the Liverpool youth set-up.
When Sky Sports host Ed Chamberlain asked the ex-defender about the development, Carragher admitted that he is drafting in famed sports psychologist Dr Steven Peters in a bid to reverse his son’s decision.
Unfortunately that looks the case at the moment Ed. I've done all I can so I've asked Steve Peters for some help! https://t.co/wu4kJ1a9Ht
— Jamie Carragher (@Carra23) November 27, 2015
Carragher is Liverpool’s second-highest appearance maker behind Ian Callaghan after racking up 737 games during his Anfield career.
The Liverpool legend won the Champions League, the Uefa Cup, two FA Cups and three League Cups during his career.