Jamie Carragher Told Fan To 'F*****g Shut Up During Debate On 'The Overlap'

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Jamie Carragher Told Fan To 'F*****g Shut Up During Debate On 'The Overlap'

Jamie Carragher told a Manchester City fan to "f*****g shut up" during the latest edition of The Overlap fan debate.

The Liverpool legend, along with fellow former England internationals-turned-pundits Gary Neville and Paul Scholes, sat down to dissect all the key topics in the Premier League along with supporters from some of the biggest fan channels around.

After appearing on the first episode where Roy Keane was also present, Steven Mcinerney, who has over 50,000 subscribers on his 'Esteemed Kompany 'YouTube channel, was invited back to say his piece on City.



Discussion turned to Jack Grealish's start to life at the Etihad Stadium after his £100 million move, with Carragher unsure whether the big-money transfer was more of a priority for City than a striker.

Scholes also weighed in but when Steven was talking in detail, Carragher interrupted by telling him he was talking too much.

"Will you f***ing shut up? F***ing hell! He never stops talking!” the Sky Sports pundit remarked, leading to an eruption of laughter.


When Carragher shouted, “I’ve got to be home in 20 minutes!” that prompted Steven to respond by saying, “Well, f*** off, then!”.

Carragher found it funny and the moment was undoubtedly the main talking point of part one.

The exchange got spicy around 20 minutes in:


Some had wondered whether Carragher was a bit out of order - even if the floor manager was trying to wrap up the section.


Steven gave his thoughts on the exchange on his Twitter account, writing: "Not gonna lie, was genuinely baffled by that Carragher moment. Was just having a good old chat, trying to be as measured as possible.

“Fwiw, i dont [sic] think he was actually trying to offend me. Think he was just trying to have a laugh, but sorta [sic] just got the tone wrong. He took me telling him to f*** off really well.”


The clip was initially posted on SkyBet's twitter account before being removed for reasons unclear.

After his run-in with Arsenal fan Ty in the first episode, Carragher gave the staunch Gunners fan a shout-out on commentary so maybe Steven will too?

Featured Image Credit: Image: Sky Sports

Topics: Jamie Carragher, Liverpool, Manchester City, Sky Sports, Gary Neville

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