Carragher on the end of a brutal Keane put down over Liverpool FC’s Premier League title failure
The pair, working for Sky as part of their team for Super Sunday, were discussing United’s decline when Carragher made a claim that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side were just a few transfers away from being back in a position to challenge for the Premier League title.
Carragher used the signing of Luis Suarez as an example of how one player can make all the difference for one side.
But Keane was clearly having none of it, and hit-back at Carragher stating that second still isn’t good enough for United.
“I was in this position at Liverpool where you are trying to catch teams,” Carragher said.
“Sometimes you just need that two or three players who can transform them. I think of Luis Suarez coming to Liverpool.
“For three or four years we were finishing sixth and seventh, where United are and then almost won the title.
“Sometimes that one player can make all the difference.”
Before Keane quickly fired back: “Jamie, you said almost winning the title. You didn’t win a title. You are talking about Manchester United here.”
Carragher then concluded with: “But Liverpool are still trying to bridge that gap.”