When a young kid had the chance to meet a legendary player from his favorite team recently, he asked the million-dollar question.
Retired Liverpool defender Jamie Carragher was visiting young soccer players in Liverpool, England, when one of them cheekily asked Carragher whether Luis Suarez ever bit him.
Naturally, Carragher, who spent two-and-a-half seasons playing alongside Suarez...
Retired defenseman Jamie Carragher made an appearance Wednesday at a charitable event when a young soccer player asked an important question about Carragher's former Liverpool teammate Luis Suarez.
"Jamie! Jamie! Jamie!" the kid shouted before he got Carragher's attention. "Did you ever get bitten by Luis Suarez?"
Carragher did not confirm or deny whether...
This is a great clip from Jamie Carragher’s recent meet and greet for charity in Liverpool, where he got the chance to spend some time with a bunch of young soccer players. The former Liverpool star was signing autographs when one child piped up with a burning question.
“Jamie, have you ever been bitten by Luis Suarez?” the child asked with a cheeky smile across his face.
Kids say the darndest things. The only problem with this kid’s question. Jamie Carragher was a teammate of Luis Suarez at Liverpool. Who knows, maybe Suarez also bites during practice?
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This little kid's Luis Suarez question for Jamie Carragher wins the day.
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