Published: Tue, March 13, 2018
Global Media | By Garry Long

Jamie Carragher suspended from Sky Sports duties after spitting incident

Jamie Carragher suspended from Sky Sports duties after spitting incident

SH: But from your point of view, do you feel, after those actions, you deserve to their on Monday Night Football, as a face of the broadcaster, a face of football, a role model, do you deserve that position? "We have taken him off". Both men wind down their windows and the father shouts: "Unlucky Jamie lad".

Jamie Carragher has apologised after being caught on video spitting towards a teenage girl and her family from his vehicle.

Carragher, who played for England 38 times, arrived at London Euston train station on Monday morning before taking a chauffeur motorcycle to the Sky headquarters on the outskirts of the capital.

The girl's 38-year-old mother was "extremely angry" and said that what Carragher did was the "lowest of the low". "I called the family, obviously they were upset last night".

Carragher arrived in London today to discuss his job and claims he "did not see" the schoolgirl before he spat at her father's auto from the window of his Range Rover. As I said it's devastating for the family involved and for my own family, but that's down to my actions.

Carragher said: "It was nearly an out of body thing, but you can't ever behave like that, it's unacceptable".

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Jamie Carragher has said he will "apologise again properly" over a spitting incident at the weekend. The shocking video has ever since gone viral on social media and has earned flak to the Liverpool legend for his cowardly act which doesn't respect the spirit of the handsome game.

Carragher has said previously in a football column that players spitting at each other is "vile". In a column in the Daily Mail in 2015, Carragher wrote: "I was spat at once in my career".

"That has devastated me more than anything".

A Danish television channel has pulled him from its coverage of United's Champions League game against Sevilla at Old Trafford on Tuesday.

A Sky spokesman said: "It's unacceptable behaviour and we will be addressing it with Jamie". "All I can do is apologise and try to get back to being the person I am". But it's only context - it doesn't make it right and I'm not justifying it. We would like to hear him about it and hear what happened.

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