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If Hughes was known for berating referees, Jamie Carragher should be famous for berating everyone on his pitch.
After all, the voice of the fearless in-game organizer and leader of men has boomed across pitches up and down the country and across Europe.
Now that the vice-captain is set to bring down the curtain on his illustrious Liverpool career, perhaps his passion is best illustrated in context: In his testimonial match, Carragher seized an opportunity to take a penalty on behalf of Everton.
He celebrated, and was then substituted to a standing ovation from the red half. A true Liverpudlian.
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