Ken Dodd The Only Scouser With A Sense Of Humour!

Last updated : 12 March 2018 By Footy Mad - Editor

It was sad to read today that Liverpool comic Ken Dodd has passed away at the age of 90.

Image result for Jamie Carragher spittingBut, forget all the hype we get on the TV, I think he is the only Scouser who never had a chip on his shoulder and actually had a sense of humour!

We look at Jamir Carragher in the headlines today and that goes a long way to confirming my argument!

The former Liverpool defender was caught on camera aiming spit towards the passenger window of a car containing a 14-year-old Red Devils fan and her dad after Saturday’s match.

Carragher apologised to the family, saying he reacted after jibes from the Man United fans went on for too long.

Carragher, 40, said: “It was a bit more than, ‘Hiya Jamie, it was 2-1’. It went on for two or three times. I drove away at first and it just continued.

“I lost my head. I shouldn’t have done it but I was thinking what is a grown man doing, carrying on like that two or three times with his daughter in the car?”

So Carragher decided to SPIT at his 14-year old daughter!

In 2015, Carragher wrote a column for MailOnline, addressing spitting after then Newcastle striker Papiss Cisse was banned for seven games following an incident with former Man United defender Jonny Evans.

Image result for Cisse EvansCisse admitted a charge and Evans was banned for six matches for spitting back, although Evans maintained he did not aim saliva at the Newcastle forward.

In his column, Carragher contested the commonly held view that spitting “is the worst thing that can happen on a pitch”.

Carragher condemned spitting, but argues there are worse things players can do.

He wrote: “It is vile but let me assure you now – I would have preferred Lucas Neill to have spat at me the day he broke my leg in September 2003.

“I was spat at once in my career. It came during a UEFA Cup game against Celta Vigo in 1998 and the player in question was a Russian midfielder called Aleksander Mostovoi.

“I was shocked more than angry when he did it because I couldn’t believe what had happened.”

The former England defender also suggested there is no specific “type” of footballer who spits.

He wrote: “Is there a list somewhere of names who are ‘that type’? It is a stupid thing to say. It’s not about his character.

“It’s about whether he had a moment of madness, deliberately or not.”