Jamie Carragher has urged Liverpool to drop Roberto Firmino in favor of their new signee Diogo Jota. over the weekend, Liverpool boss, Jurgen Klopp decided to start Firmino, Jota, Mo Salah and Sadio Mane in their match against Manchester City. Salah got the first goal in the first half of the game before Gabriel Jesus equalized and the point was shared between the two teams.

It was another poor night for Firmino as he has not been instrumental to the reds all season long. Firmino in all competition has only scored just one goal and made two assists in 11 appearances for the Reds while the new player, Jota, has had seven goals already in just 9 appearances for the club.
Jota got his first hat trick for Liverpool FC in a 5-0 win against the high scoring Serie Aside Atalanta in the Champions League group stages matches. Firmino has since been under pressure for not performing alongside Salah and Mane. Jamie Carragher, a former Liverpool defender, has now urged the coach to drop not in form forward for the club's summer signing Jota.

Jamie Carragher can Lead Liverpool to Historic Double

There are very few occasions when any club in English Premier League has made EPL along with UEFA Champions League. The rare double title can be achieved by Liverpool as per the legendary defender Jamie Carragher. He is confident enough in coach Klopp and believes that Liverpool can achieve the same.

James Lee Duncan Carragher is one of the most eminent retired players of Liverpool and he spent 17 years there. Not only in his football career, but he also played there during his youth career too. The wall of the defense also scored 4 goals in his 508 appearances for the club.

Carragher feels United stands more chance against Liverpool next season

Former footballer in Jamie Carragher has said that Manchester United is the bigger threat to current champions Liverpool than Chelsea. Liverpool finished the season as the champions after amassing 99 points in the table. In the current season, they have only lost three matches and even the former champions Manchester City couldn’t reach up to the performance of the club.

Carragher Says City Would Need New Recruits to Compete For Title

Manchester City will need to bring good players in the summer transfer window if they want to keep up with Liverpool in the race to win the title in next season says, Jamie Carragher. Liverpool was crowned champions ending their thirty years wait with City’s loss to Chelsea. They were given the guard of honour when the Reds came to play against City in Etihad Stadium last week.

Carragher doubtful over Liverpool’s prospects of signing Werner

Liverpool legend Jamie Carragher is doubtful over the Reds’ pr

ospects of signing Timo Werner this summer. The Germany international has been in superb form for RB Leipzig this term and he has already bagged 30 goals and 12 assists for the club across all competitions. Over the past few months, he has been widely touted to make the move to Anfield but there has been no progress in the negotiations with the Reds concerned by the financial impact of the coronavirus pandemic.

Wijnaldum praises Jordan Henderson and his captaincy

Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson has been praised for leading the club to win many titles. Georginio Wijnaldum says that he can be annoying during some players. There are manywho has applauded him for his achievements and with the guidance from Jurgen Klopp, they have managed to secure a Club World Cup, Champions League title and UEFA Super Cup.They are now leading the table in Premier League with 25 points ahead of Manchester City who is in the second position. This is the first time they are closer to the title after 30 years of their triumph.

Carragher urges Newcastle United to stick with Steve Bruce

Liverpool legend Jamie Carragher has backed Steve Bruce to continue as the Newcastle United manager following the takeover. The Magpies are currently on the verge of being taken over by PCP Capital Partners – backed by Saudi’s Public Investment Fund and the club are expected to pursue high-profile signings during the summer.

Solskjaer provides fresh update on Paul Pogba’s future

Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has clarified that he has no doubts regarding the future of Paul Pogba. The midfielder has spent most of the current season on the sidelines with an ankle injury but he is expected to return to first-team action in the coming weeks following a successful operation on the nagging problem.

Carragher does not rate Arsenal’s chances of making the top four

Liverpool legend Jamie Carragher does not believe Arsenal can qualify for next season’s Champions League despite the recent improvement in league form. The Gunners have remained unbeaten in all competitions since the turn of the year and they recently returned to winning ways against Newcastle United at the Emirates Stadium.

Carragher Delighted with United’s Offensive Game against City

Jamie Carragher claimed that Manchester United’s impressive win over Manchester City witnessed one of the best performances from the front three up until now. Daniel James, Anthony Martial, and Marcus Rashford were able to destroy City’s title hopes with a 2-1 victory. Rashford and Martial were able to score in the first 30 minutes of the game to put a huge advantage for the Red Devils at the Etihad Stadium. Even though City threatened with a late leveller thanks to a goal from Nicholas Otamendi, City were beaten by a much better outfit.

United have had a mixed run when it comes to offensive football this season. Manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has been at the end of criticism with many suggesting that he could even be replaced by Mauricio Pochettino, who is suddenly available after leaving Tottenham only a few weeks ago. The initial period underSolskjaer was excellent, but United have not been consistent since the start of the season. The team has also been unable to attract a lot of new signings, while existing star players are threatening to leave. In such an instance, United need a lot of positivity that can ensure the club recovers from the downturn. This positivity can come in the form of goals, but it has so far not been the case.


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