Tuesday, 15 December 2009

Jamie Carragher Believes In Santa

I'm aware that footballers are not generally considered to be the most intelligent group of people on the planet, but does it not occur to Jamie Carragher that IF, and it's a big IF, let's be honest here, the universe was ruled by an omnipotent, omniscient and omnipotent deity, he (or she) might well have more important matters to attend to than the fortunes of Liverpool FC, even if St John did once play for them.

Liverpool defender Jamie Carragher is praying that there are good times around the corner as the off-colour Reds look for an upturn in fortune.

Sunday's luckless 2-1 home defeat by Arsenal means that Liverpool have now won just three times in 15 matches.

"I pray that we win the FA Cup, Europa League and get in the top four," Carragher told BBC Radio Merseyside.
Anyway, given the state that the club is in, I'm not sure even a god can help them right now.

1 comment:

Chris said...

I'm not that sympathetic to a player like Carragher, what with him bragging about threats to fellow players in his autobiography.

But it does seem he's stuck between a rock and a hard place - unable to admit they're finished for yet another season (and before Christmas), and at risk of looking a complete fool if he's says they can still win it.

As the Dutch say - jammer!