Liverpool legend Jamie Carragher tweets verdict on UK’s vote to leave the European Union
Jamie Carragher and Petr Cech were not happy about the United Kingdom's vote to leave the European Union
Jamie Carragher has taken to social media to reveal his frustration at the United Kingdom’s vote to leave the European Union last week.
The United Kingdom woke up to an historic vote to leave the EU after 43 years of membership on Friday morning, with 52 per cent of the country voting for Brexit.
The decision has sparked uncertainty within the financial markets and has been met with anger and frustration by those who wanted the UK to remain in the EU.
The vote also led to Prime Minister David Cameron confirming that he will be standing down from his post in October.
Former Liverpool defender Carragher was clearly not impressed by the decision and feels that it will have a negative impact on the future of the country.
The ex-England international tweeted:
A vote for Farage, Boris & a recession well done to the over 50's for thinking of the future!
— Jamie Carragher (@Carra23) June 24, 2016
Arsenal goalkeeper Petr Cech was also quick to have his say on the matter and was not impressed by some of the tactics of the Leave campaign.
— Petr Cech (@PetrCech) June 24, 2016