Gary Neville calls out Liverpool legend Jamie Carragher for spreading fake news

Manchester United legend Gary Neville recently took a dig at Liverpool legend Jamie Carragher for sharing a fake account’s post on X.

Neville and Carragher have been in punditry for a long time and are known to banter each other consistently. Another episode of the same saw Neville take to X to call out Carragher for sharing fake news.

The former England centre-back had retweeted a post from a parody account of The Athletic journalist David Ornstein. The news piece said that Arsenal defender William Saliba has suffered a hamstring injury and will remain out for seven weeks.

Neville took a screenshot of Carragher reposting the fake news and tweeted:
“Awkward! Fake account! Calm down @Carra23”

This comes ahead of Liverpool’s big clash against Arsenal in the Premier League at Anfield on Saturday, December 23. The Gunners sit atop the table, level on points with second-placed Aston Villa and one point above the Reds.

Meanwhile, Saliba is a key player for Arsenal as evidenced by their last season’s title challenge. The French defender got injured in their UEFA Europa League Round of 16 clash against Sporting CP and didn’t feature for the remainder of the season.

The Gunners won just five of their next 11 Premier League games, losing the title to Manchester City despite leading the table for 248 days.



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