Jamie Carragher apologises for spitting incident and 'moment of madness'

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The incident occurred when the 40-year-old Sky Sports pundit was driving back from covering the match between Manchester United and Liverpool.

Carragher has been suspended by Sky for the outburst.

However, unofficial Sky News insider Lee Satchell has revealed that there was another former footballer who rang in two give his two cents on the matter. Watching it back, it nearly feels like an out of body thing, that madness for four or five seconds. It devastates me a little bit more than anything else, really, that a young girl that wasn't involved in anything, really, has now become embroiled in this.

Carragher then spat at the fan and his 14-year-old daughter through his auto window. "This is a bad stain on my character and my career". "It's a poor message, not just in the game, but it's a poor message for everyone out there".

"It is the lowest of the low".

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After video footage emerged of the incident football fans called for Carragher to be sacked from his role as a Sky Sports pundit.

"It is not my decision", he said.

"What I would say is there is no doubt what I've done is disgusting".

"Again, all I can do right now is apologise as much as possible".

"I am speaking to people at Sky and working at the best way forward". Obviously they were upset and disappointed last night.

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Football fans reacted with anger to Carragher's spitting shame.

"Hopefully going forward I can show the real me".

Gary Lineker believes that Jamie Carragher should not lose his punditry job at Sky Sports over his spitting incident. "No excuses he's made a big mistake", stated Neville in a tweet.

The Sky Sports reporter disagreed with a comment that the ex-England worldwide made about Jamie Carragher.

The girl's dad told the Mirror: "I was stunned". I thought, 'Jamie Carragher, he is going to be up for a laugh.' So when he did spit I was taken aback.

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"Spitting at anybody is despicable - he knows that, I know that, anybody listening knows that", Murphy added on talkSPORT.