Found May 15, 2013 on NESN.com:
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Before his final Liverpool appearance this Sunday, defender Jamie Carragher answered questions from reporters gathered at Melwood Wednesday. Read everything Liverpool’s No. 23 had to say. One game to go, how are you feeling about retirement now? Carragher: People keep asking me, the answer will come after the game. We just want to concentrate on the game. I’m looking forward to getting my tickets sorted and hopefully get a win, then I can look back and give you a better answer. Have you, at any time, reconsidered retirement or has Brendan [Rodgers] asked you to reconsider? Carragher: No, not really. We’ve had a couple of chats about different things over the season, not just since I made my decision. The more I’ve been in the team, the more I’ve wanted to stick with my decision and go out playing. I’ve been quite fortunate really that at the time that I announced it, I kept myself in the side. I can go out playing, which is something I’d prefer rather than maybe stay another year an...
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