Jamie Carragher Roasts Gary Neville Over Arsenal Leadership Criticism


Jamie Carragher is no stranger to taking a pop at his old rival Gary Neville, and the Liverpool hero has done it again after the Manchester United icon slammed Arsenal’s lack of leaders.

Neville was discussing the Gunners’ recent struggles on Sky Sports’ Monday Night Football, and he was particularly critical of the team’s lack of leadership.

“I think Arsenal have been lacking leadership for a long time,” Neville said. “I think they’ve been lacking characters, they’ve been lacking leaders.”

Carragher, who was also on the show, couldn’t resist taking a cheeky dig at his old foe.

“I think you’re talking about yourself there, Gary,” he quipped.

The comment drew a huge laugh from the studio, and Neville was quick to respond.

“I’m not sure I’m the answer to Arsenal’s problems,” he said.

The exchange was a reminder of the long-standing rivalry between the two former England internationals.

Carragher and Neville were teammates for the Three Lions, but they were also fierce rivals on the pitch.

The pair played against each other in some of the most memorable matches in Premier League history, including the 4-3 thriller between Liverpool and Manchester United in 2009.

Carragher and Neville have since become good friends, and they often joke about their past rivalry.

The two have also become popular pundits on Sky Sports, and their chemistry on the show is one of the reasons why it is so popular.

Carragher and Neville have also been known to take the mickey out of each other, and their latest exchange was just another example of their playful banter.

It’s clear that the two still have a lot of respect for each other, and it’s great to see them still having a laugh about their past rivalry.