Jamie Carragher jokingly labels Gary Neville "a stalker" in hilarious post-match interview with Eddie Howe
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Gary Neville and Jamie Carragher were involved in yet another hilarious exchange following Newcastle United's 2-1 victory over Nottingham Forest on Friday night.
The duo rarely see eye to eye when it comes to football, although the love-hate relationship between the former on-the-field rivals is one that makes for fantastic viewing on Sky Sports.
Those who tuned into last nights Friday Night Football were treated to another moment of top quality television following Newcastle United's victory over Nottingham Forest on Friday night, as Carragher jokingly labelled his co-presenter "a stalker" as he quizzed Eddie Howe on his plans for the international break.
Neville began by asking the Magpies gaffer: "What are your plans for the next couple of weeks? It must be really relaxing thinking you've got a few days off?"
Carragher interjected, laughing as he added: "Is he [Neville] a stalker or something? Let the lad have a couple of weeks off!"
Neville replied: "I always feel really good for a manager, you know what it's like when you lose and you have to carry it into the international break, but the opposite of that is that you're going to have a nice few days aren't you?"
Howe was happy to deliver some insight into his plans, adding: "There will be a nice feeling tonight, but knowing me and my character, I will be very soon looking at Manchester United. We're actually going to Dubai with the team, so we are training."
Neville added "Oh that's good." before the trio burst into laughter once more.
Kelly Cates ended the exchange in typically witty fashion as she pitched in: "We're really sorry about him and we'll sort out his restraining order as soon as we possibly can."
🤣🤣🤣@GNev2 asking Eddie Howe all the important questions... pic.twitter.com/eqQcRPxhiQ— Sky Sports Premier League (@SkySportsPL) March 17, 2023
Newcastle head into the international break on the back of a huge three points courtesy of a last-minute Aleksander Isak penalty.
The Magpies currently sit in fifth place in the Premier League table, just a point adrift of Antonio Conte's Spurs, who have played a game more than their top four rivals in their battle to secure Champions League football for the 2023/24 campaign.
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Topics: Premier League, Gary Neville, Jamie Carragher