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Everton to offer Carragher Jr. a route into the Premier League

| Tuesday, 11 May 2021 26comments  |  Jump to last
Everton are reportedly in talks with Wigan Athletic over signing James Carragher, son of ex-Liverpool defender and current Sky Sports pundit Jamie.

The 18-year-old is out of contract at the League One club this summer, although they would be due a development fee.

According to the Liverpool Echo, Carragher is the only incoming transfer David Unsworth is planning for the Under-23s squad this summer as the club continue to blood talent from the academy at USM Finch Farm.



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Derek Knox
1 Posted 12/05/2021 at 03:54:17
Let's hope he has better manners than his father. Unsworth obviously sees something in him to even consider. It will be interesting to know whether he is a Blue or a Gobshite all the same.
Jim Harrison
2 Posted 12/05/2021 at 05:01:44
I wouldn't judge him on his father's behaviour, to be fair, Derek!!

Eddie Dunn
3 Posted 12/05/2021 at 06:33:53
I would judge him on his parentage. We shouldn't do anything to aid Son of Carra after the piss-taking shite his father has spouted fron his Sky perch.

Allen Rodgers
4 Posted 12/05/2021 at 09:10:33
''Carra'' can't stand the thought of his lad playing for Everton so he's persuaded his mate at Rangers to get involved. Hmmm.
Charles Barrow
5 Posted 12/05/2021 at 09:38:16
Is he good enough – that's surely the only question. If he is, why not? I quite like the idea of the son of a 'Liverpool legend' giving it to them at Anfield!
Ian Horan
6 Posted 12/05/2021 at 09:43:28
Call me cynical but could this just be a sweetener to get better Sky punditry from Carragher Snr on all things Everton?
Brian Harrison
7 Posted 12/05/2021 at 10:01:44
Well seeing Jagielka has let his son join Liverpool, I don't know why people get worked up over such nonsense. Owen who's father played for Everton sadly went to Liverpool and Fowler another Everton kid went to Liverpool.

Really, the question should be how did these 2 end up at Liverpool and not Everton.

Ray Roche
8 Posted 12/05/2021 at 11:05:27
Brian, don't forget Rush, another boyhood Blue, but Peter Reid was a red as I understand.

What does it matter if he's good enough?

Eddie Dunn
9 Posted 12/05/2021 at 11:38:54
Brian,

The difference is that Carra has been quite insulting to us and gloated on TV at our every mistake.

Alan McGuffog
10 Posted 12/05/2021 at 12:10:00
Given he was a match-going Evertonian back in the day, and okay he spent his career at Liverpool, can anyone explain his quite obvious hatred for us?
Shane Corcoran
11 Posted 12/05/2021 at 12:12:04
Hilarious replies. Carragher talks up the Blues any chance he gets except when he's clearly partaking in banter.

Larry O'Hara
12 Posted 12/05/2021 at 12:37:36
Brian Harrison, might the answer in one case be £50,000?

In other news, good to see money has been raised for Chris Lawler's hip replacement….

Dave Abrahams
13 Posted 12/05/2021 at 12:59:41
The lad was in Liverpool's Acadamy until he was 14, then he joined Wigan. I don't know if he left by choice or was released.

I'd never heard anything about him until the last few days... are we paying a fee for him?

It's all about ability, leave that to the scouts. If he's deemed good enough, we'll soon see ourselves what he is like. His dad and what people think about him shouldn't come into it.

Andrew Ellams
14 Posted 12/05/2021 at 16:16:27
Ian Horan, do you think club cares that much what Carragher or any of them has to say?
Brian Murray
15 Posted 12/05/2021 at 22:23:03
Wouldn’t let him or his son within spitting distance of god’s little acre. Swerve him,
Peter Gorman
16 Posted 12/05/2021 at 22:26:57
Don't really believe in all that 'sins of the father' malarky. If he is good enough he is worth a look. His fledgling career suggests not, but they said the same about Godfrey and it was the making of the man.
Will Mabon
17 Posted 12/05/2021 at 22:34:37
Brian, I sat back and waited for the flobbing reference - 15 posts :)
Jay Wood
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18 Posted 12/05/2021 at 22:43:09
Should the lad join us, I'll take a rather novel approach compared to some in this thread.

I'll judge him on his football ability.

Brian Murray
19 Posted 12/05/2021 at 22:43:09
Will. Glad you wasn’t disappointed. Let’s hope we salivating over a great summer window and somehow able to get rid of half of these letdowns. They have had enough chances. Count on one hand who we need to keep in my opinion.
Will Mabon
20 Posted 12/05/2021 at 22:50:57
...but Brian - games in hand, Man. Still "Chances"...
Kieran Kinsella
21 Posted 12/05/2021 at 22:52:01
Derek Knox is just making a joke, he’s a funny guy he is always quick with the quips I don’t imagine he’s seriously going to give this kid a hard time. Everyone chillax.
Kieran Kinsella
22 Posted 12/05/2021 at 22:54:34
Alan 10

I honestly think Carragher is pretty fair to Everton except when we play Liverpool but you’ve also go to consider that Everton fans give him a lot of shit, some banter some abuse. Souness is the one who seems to have an irrational hatred for us.

Dave Abrahams
23 Posted 15/05/2021 at 13:55:22
Don’t know where to put this but EVERTON U 18’s are winning 1-0 v Newcastle in their last game of the season, Cannon scoring after fourteen minutes, they have had about four efforts on the Newcastle goal before this goal. Reported from another website.
Si Cooper
24 Posted 15/05/2021 at 14:20:58
I’d go with what Shane, Kieran and Jay say. Really don’t know where people get the impression that the likes of Carragher and McManaman actually despise our club.
Joe McMahon
25 Posted 15/05/2021 at 14:39:57
Si et al, I fully agree also. The only ones who I dislike are Souness and Dalglish. I'm being honest, I'm impressed at what Gerrard has done at Rangers in just 2 seasons. He could have gone into the media easily as he's a big name.

You can say 'tin pot league' and all that crap, but there is pressure in Glasgow managing both teams. Look at Brendan Rogers now, FA Cup Final today and currently in the Top 4.

I admire any ex-player who goes into management, and I was hoping Unsworth would also try in the lower leagues, but it's probably not gonna happen.

Dave Abrahams
26 Posted 15/05/2021 at 18:11:55
Everton U18’s won their game at Newcastle 4-2 with goals from Cannon, Lowey, Higgins and McAllister to wrap up their season.

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