Found November 26, 2011 on
Jamie Carragher is ready to accept a new reality. The Telegraph reports the veteran defender sees his omission from the last Sunday's win over Chelsea as a signal that he is no longer guaranteed a place in the Liverpool team. Carragher suffered a calf injury at Stoke City on Oct. 26, which kept him out of action for nearly a month. Daniel Agger and Martin Skrtel have paired in central defense to great effect during his absence. The 33-year-old Carragher returned to fitness last week, but Kenny Dalglish stuck with the Agger-Skrtel partnership against Chelsea and its free-flowing attack. "I...
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Veteran Liverpool defender Jamie Carragher insists that he will fight for his place at Anfield, The Telegraph reports.
Carragher was available after injury for the Reds game against Chelsea last weekend, but was not picked by boss Kenny Dalglish. The same could be repeated for Sunday's fixture with Manchester City at Anfield and Carragher is having to adapt to unfamiliar circumstances...
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Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish is likely to keep changes to a minimum for the game. Defender Jamie Carragher, who returned to the squad for last week's win at Chelsea but could only make the bench, may have to settle for a place among the substitutes again. Winger Stewart Downing will be pushing for a recall having been dropped last week after starting the first 11 league matches...
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