James “Jamie” Lee Duncan Carragher is a former England international footballer who currently features for the English and European giants Liverpool. He is a versatile defender who can play anywhere in the backfour and has been at Liverpool all his life, winning the UEFA Cup in 2001, the UEFA Champions League in 2005 and the FA Cup in 2006. Carra is also the vice-captain of Liverpool.

Carragher progressed through the youth academy football academy at Liverpool and made his debut for the senior Liverpool side in 1996. He quickly became a regular and was lauded for being both a good footballer and a great character. His maturity and humility impressed everyone at the club and he soon became a leading figure at his love club.

Carragher has featured in almost 500 league matches for Liverpool so far and is one of the longest serving players of the club of all time. He made his 500th appearance for Liverpool in January 2008 in all competitions when he played against Luton Town in the FA Cup. He was made the captain of Liverpool in the match.

Position Defender
Born 28 Jan 1978
Nationality England England
Nickname Carra, Carradona
Team History
81 liverpool fc Liverpool 1996 - 2013

Carragher made his international debut for England in April 1999 against Hungary. He played for his country at Euro 2004 and 2006 Germany World Cup and retired in 2007 after 38 matches for England.

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