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Jamie Carragher has responded to the jibe from former Liverpool team-mate El-Hadji Diouf who called him a 'useless turkey'.
Diouf is no stranger to controversy and the former Liverpool striker could be in hot water with Reds fans again after branding club legends Steven Gerrard and Jamie Carragher 'selfish' and 'useless'.
The former Senegal striker was speaking to French magazine So Foot when he said: "The person I would least want to spend Christmas with is Jamie Carragher. I hate him.
"He was the biggest turkey I’ve seen on a pitch. I found him useless."
Carragher took to Twitter when one fan asked him "How do you feel carra, Diouf called you a turkey?"
"It's better than a Donkey & plenty have called me that before!!!!!!" Carragher responded.
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Liverpool legend Jamie Carragher has questioned Joey Barton over his criticism of Jordan Henderson.
@joey7barton How's Henderson trying to impersonate Gerrard? Who said he's the next Gerrard? Wearing armbands, would you say no to captaincy?
Barton accused Henderson of "trying to be a Steven Gerrard clone" earlier this afternoon, questioning the England midfielder's stand-in skipper role and suggesting he will never be good enough to emulate Gerrard.
"How's Henderson trying to impersonate Gerrard?" Carragher responded on Twitter. "Who said he's the next Gerrard? Wearing armbands, would you say no to captaincy?"
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He said: "His way of working is very well known - drilling the side. To be honest, it didn't go down too well at Liverpool, if I'm being completely honest.
"But at England he won't have the players that much, he'll only see them every six weeks for four or five training sessions, so the players won't get too fed up.
"With the top players at Liverpool he found it difficult and the players found it difficult at times with the same drills every day, and the way he likes to keep his teams tight, organised, functional if you like. It worked well at Fulham and West Brom but it didn't work out with us."