“For the Anfield faithful, Jamie Carragher represents everything that is great about In Carra- My Autobiography, the Liverpool defender takes us deep into the. Jamie Carragher is one of the most charismatic footballers of his generation. and down-to-earth, his book is an antidote to the anodyne sports autobiography. Jamie Carragher is one of the most charismatic footballers of his generation. Adored by the fans, he was recently voted the most popular player in the entire.
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It says everything about him when he was just a kid and he went for trials at Liverpool–in his Everton kit!!
He is the embodiment of old-fashioned football values — a rarity in the modern game — honest and uncompromising. Gives a true and honest insight into his journey to becoming the player he became.
She absolutely loved it. During the match, despite his sparse goal record, Carragher hit Robert Green ‘s post with a yard strike, before being substituted in the 87th minute to a standing ovation from both sets of fans and players. Must read for any Kopite. This cqrragher saw Carragher prove central to Liverpool’s triumph in the UEFA Champions Leaguein particular when he made two vital last-ditch intercepts in the Final in extra-time whilst suffering from cramp.
He has now racked up more than appearances for his hometown club, playing in every position across the back line as well as in midfield before becoming the first-choice central defender under Rafa Ben tez. A very interesting read from a guy who is and has been a credit to football and his city of birth. It was really really interesting. With his passion and enthusiasm for football, I now know what makes him such an excellent Sky TV pundit. There are no discussion topics on this carrahger yet.
The most compelling chapter is about that extraordinary evening on May 25, as Liverpool faced the most powerful version of AC Milan in the Champions League Final at the Ataturk Stadium in Istanbul.
Carra: My Autobiography by Jamie Carragher
The rest of the book will be of most interest to football fans, particularly Liverpool fans. Retrieved 2 November Add all three to Basket. He’s pretty clearly holding back when it comes to criticising them and so it’s a bit odd to read with the benefit of hindsight!
Carragher played as an attacking midfielder in his early days at Anfield and had been a striker as a child, but he soon learned the art of defending. When autobiographt at full back Carragher was sometimes labelled as a “limited defender ” as he compared unfavourably with attacking full-backs due to his lack of pace or notable technical skills. The one chapter that clinks is the last one where he meditates out loud about wanting to manage Liverpool. Don’t have a Kindle? AmazonGlobal Ship Orders Internationally.
Would you like to tell us about a lower price? To Benitez’s credit he quickly varragher his mistakes by offloading his dud buys, unlike Houllier who kept them for too long, eg the African duds. While it’s obviously not up to date, the wit, intelligence and brutal honesty of Jamie Carragher makes this a thrilling read. Learn more about Amazon Prime. Read more Read less.
I know that in his heart that he knows, in the heat of the moment, it was silly. Do yourself a favour To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. James Lee Duncan Carragher .
My Autobiography Jamie Carragher No preview available – The Kop dreams of a “team of Carraghers”. The authentic voice of Anfield, Carraghef is one of the Bootroom Boys in true Liverpool tradition, and is as committed on the page as in every game he has played.
I like Jamie Carragher. He tells it how was and thats it. One of these items ships sooner than the other.
Set up a giveaway. Brings you right to the heart of Anfield, Melwood and things that surround them. Other editions – View all Carra: Showing of 13 reviews. On cartagher FebruaryCarragher made his th European appearance in a match against Sparta Prague at Anfieldsetting a new British record.
He’s not afraid to tell you his view on anything or anybody, and this book definatly shows that aspect of his personality.