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Jamie Carragher predicts how the Champions League will play out, he 'went there' with comment about Man City

Jamie Carragher predicts how the Champions League will play out, he 'went there' with comment about Man City

The CBS Sports pundit has got everyone talking with his comment about Manchester City.

Jamie Carragher 'went there' and mentioned Manchester City's alleged FFP breaches when predicting the outcome of this season's Champions League.

The former Liverpool defender, a regular on CBS Sports Golazo, was working alongside fellow pundits Micah Richards and Thierry Henry ahead of Tuesday night's quarter-final clashes.

Manchester City will try and get a positive result at the Bernabeu when they take on Spanish giants Real Madrid, while fellow Premier League title contenders Arsenal face Bayern Munich.

Excitement was at an all-time high in the CBS studio ahead of kick-off. In fact, Carragher may have got a little carried away as he predicted the outcome of every remaining Champions League game.

As you can see from the footage above, Carragher predicted another European cup win for Pep Guardiola's side but one particular comment about FFP got people talking online.

Here's how fans reacted to the incident.

One said: "We need this Carragher on Premier League coverage, but it's good to see him letting it all hang out here on CBS," while another wrote: "They really let him say anything on that show."

A third commented: "He's like a different persona when doing American tele."

A fourth added: "Well done @Carra23. Every pundit should be mentioning this when talking about them. Especially after what’s been happening with Everton."

In February 2023, Manchester City were charged with 115 breaches of the Premier League's financial rules following a four-year investigation.

Premier League CEO Richard Masters recently said a date has been fixed for City's case to be heard by an independent panel, with rumours suggesting it could be this autumn.

If City are found guilty, then the treble winners and reigning Premier League champions could face punishments ranging from fines to relegation.

In a statement, City denied any breaches and added that they "look forward to this matter being put to rest once and for all".

"Manchester City FC is surprised by the issuing of these alleged breaches of the Premier League Rules, particularly given the extensive engagement and vast amount of detailed materials that the EPL has been provided with," they said in 2023.

"The club welcomes the review of this matter by an independent Commission, to impartially consider the comprehensive body of irrefutable evidence that exists in support of its position."

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Topics: Jamie Carragher, Manchester City, Champions League, Real Madrid