A video emerged over the weekend of an obviously angry looking Carragher spitting out of his auto window at a 14-year-old girl whilst driving home after being part of Sky Sports' coverage of the game.
'You can't condone that whatsoever. "No matter what the circumstances, you can not ever behave like that, it is just unacceptable", he told Sky News. Watching those clips back is like an out of body experience. "It is disgusting. In all the years I've watched football, isn't it all about banter?", Mirror quoted her as saying.
"There are loads of regrets but for a 14-year-old girl to be caught up, it devastates me more than anything else". I apologise for it. Peter Nørrelund, head of sport at TV3 Sport, said they were yet to make a decision about Carragher's long-term future.
"Look, he's made a mistake but say that was me, I think my position should rightly be under fire and I think his will be". I'm getting vilified and rightly so.
He told Sky News later: "I haven't offered my resignation".
"I've met footballers before and they have always been very accommodating".
She added: 'I was extremely angry and disappointed that he could even bring himself to do something like that.
"Hopefully I can how people over the next days and weeks the real me". "I'm sorry. I'll apologise again today properly".
"I must try to improve my actions moving forward".
Jamie Carragher, who joined Sky Sports after retiring in 2013, has become a popular pundit working regularly alongside former United defender Gary Neville.
He said: I was spat at once in my career.
He nearly broke down as he was taken to task by interviewer Sarah Hewson during the TV spectacle, as he made a desperate bid to save his job and his reputation. "He's massively passionate about football and he's overstepped the mark and shouldn't have reacted".
"It is a big story in England and I wouldn't have thought that sending him to Old Trafford would have been a good idea, and then we want his reaction and explanation for what has happened too".