Last quote by Jamie Carragher
The timing seems a bit strange on the back of yesterday's game and result. But for me, he's the best centre-back in the Premier League era. An absolute legend and he'll certainly go down as Chelsea's greatest player. He's one of the greats of the Premier League era and number one for me. I think he's got a lot to offer as a player in the Premier League. You associate him as a one club man and I think it's always sad when a player of that stature for a club puts a shirt on for someone else.feedback
Apr 18 2017
Jamie Carragher has most recently been quoted in an article called 14 damning moments that summed up Arsenal's humiliating defeat to Crystal Palace. Jamie Carragher said, “I think they just wanted it more. You could tell they wanted it more. You could sense that from the kickoff.”. Jamie Carragher has been quoted a grand total of 5 times in 4 articles.
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Quotes by Jamie Carragher
Apr 11 2017
I think they just wanted it more. You could tell they wanted it more. You could sense that from the kickoff.feedback
Mar 17 2017
Would there have been a point in those early months when a section of the Chelsea support hankered for Mourinho still being their manager? When he returned with Inter Milan in March 2010 and knocked Carlo Ancelotti's Chelsea out of the Champions League, they pined for him even more. The hankering continued last season even after Mourinho was sacked, as the crowd turned on Chelsea's players. Now the yearning is over. Monday night was the line in the sand.feedback
Mar 17 2017
Conte has not allowed himself to be bullied and it felt like a huge moment on Monday when he stood up to Mourinho on the touchline as Chelsea knocked United out of the FA Cup. In many ways, it could be the moment Conte cemented his place in the affections of Chelsea's fans. What Conte has proved in the last six months is that it was naive to think he would play second fiddle to the battle for supremacy between Pep Guardiola and Mourinho. This, make no mistake, is one of the finest managers in the business.feedback
Mar 17 2017
Chelsea's last Italian manager won the double in his first year, but that success – along with all the rest between Mourinho's first spell ending and his second starting – felt like it had something to do with the Portuguese. The spine of that team was his team. Now, though, Chelsea are moving into a different era and never did change feel more in the air than when the Stamford Bridge fans had a go at Mourinho during the FA Cup quarter-final. This feels like Conte's Chelsea now. Not only has he shown himself to be a special manager, but he has banished the ghost of Mourinho.feedback
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