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Jamie Carragher Returns To Sky Sports With Brilliant Piece Of Skill

Jamie Carragher Returns To Sky Sports With Brilliant Piece Of Skill

The ex Liverpool defender was suspended part way through last season after an incident with a fan after the Reds loss to Manchester United.

Ryan Sidle

Ryan Sidle

The Premier League is nearly upon us and that means all the skill, brilliance and breathtaking ability that you can shake a stick at, and that's just from one clip of Jamie Carragher's return to Sk Sports.

In 48 hours the transfer window closes and we'll know exactly which players will be gracing the Premier League this season, just over 24 hours later and Manchester United and Leicester City open the season at Old Trafford.

19 teams will be attempting to close the gap on Manchester City after Pep Guardiola's side won the league by 19 points to United last term.

Liverpool's transfers in the summer make them many peoples' favourites to challenge Pep Guardiola for the title and an exciting season looks to be brewing ahead of the weekend's games.

Amongst all the exciting arrivals in the league though it is the return of someone to our screens that excites us the most, Jamie Carragher. The former Reds defender was suspended by Sky Sports last season but he's back alongside Gary Neville this season.

By the looks of this video from Sky's launch programme Carra hasn't missed a beat since being off our screens by recreating Wolves' midfielder Ruben Neves' brilliant goal against Derby County last season:

That face at the end!

Carragher and Neville have excellent chemistry and insight, especially during their Monday Night Football show, and it was a shame to be without the former for the second part of the season.

He was suspended by the broadcaster after a fan recorded Carragher spitting at him after he wound the former defender up, whilst both sat in their cars, following Liverpool's loss to United back in March.

Sky will be without one other famous pundit from now on. Thierry Henry decided to call it a day on his days sitting in the studio commenting on the football in order to pursue his dream of being a football manager.

The Frenchman helped Belgium to the semi finals of the World Cup in the summer, as Roberto Martinez' assistant, but wants to become a manager.

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Topics: Football News, Ruben Neves, Monday Night Football, Premier League, Sky Sports, Wolves, Gary Neville, Jamie Carragher