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Sport Carragher apologises to Evra for t-shirts worn in support of Luiz Suarez

06:25  22 october  2019
06:25  22 october  2019 Source:   goal.com

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Ex-Liverpool defender Jamie Carragher has apologised to Patrice Evra for wearing t - shirts in support of Luis Suarez after the Uruguayan racially abused the Frenchman in 2011.

JAMIE CARRAGHER issued a grovelling apology to Patrice Evra for wearing a t - shirt in support of Luis Suarez after their race row. Ex-Liverpool striker Suarez was found guilty by the Football Association of racially abusing Manchester United left-back Evra in December 2011.

Jamie Carragher wearing a suit and tie: Former Liverpool defender Jamie Carragher © Getty Images Former Liverpool defender Jamie Carragher

Former Liverpool defender Jamie Carragher has apologised to Patrice Evra and admitted the club "got it massively wrong" when they wore t-shirts in support of Luis Suarez following a racism incident between the pair in 2011.

Suarez received an eight game ban after racially abusing the Frenchman in a match between Liverpool and Manchester United at Anfield in 2011.

In the return match at Old Trafford, Evra refused to shake the Uruguayan’s hand but after the punishment was handed down by the Football Association, Liverpool wore T-shirts in support of Suarez in the warm-up of their Premier League clash with Wigan.  

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Patrice Evra admits feeling 'sad' for Luis Suarez in the wake of their racism row as Jamie Carragher apologised for the t - shirts Liverpool wore in support of the striker. Suarez snubbed a handshake with Evra during Old Trafford clash in 2012. Liverpool were criticised for wearing t - shirts in support

Jamie Carragher has admitted Liverpool were wrong to wear T - shirts in support of Luis Suarez following the striker's racism row with Patrice Evra The Liverpool team, then managed by Sir Kenny Dalglish, showed their support for Suarez by donning the T - shirts in the warm-up for their match at

"There was no doubt we made a massive mistake," Carragher said on Sky Sports’ Monday Night Football, where Evra was also a guest.

Liverpool's English defender Jamie Carragher warms up wearing a t-shirt supporting team-mate Luis Suarez (not pictured) before the English Premier League football match between Wigan Athletic and Liverpool at The DW Stadium in Wigan, north-west England on December 21, 2011. © Getty Images Liverpool's English defender Jamie Carragher warms up wearing a t-shirt supporting team-mate Luis Suarez (not pictured) before the English Premier League football match between Wigan Athletic and Liverpool at The DW Stadium in Wigan, north-west England on December 21, 2011.

"I’m not saying I wasn’t part of it because as the club we got it wrong and I was vice-captain. I’m not sure who was actually behind it. I think it was the players who were close to Luis in the dressing room who really wanted to support their mate.

"Maybe I didn’t have the courage as an individual to say ‘I wasn’t wearing it’. I don’t think everyone at Liverpool thought what we were doing was right.

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"Your first reaction is to protect your team-mate. Even when you know they have done something wrong. And that's wrong.

"I’m not condoning what we did. Apologies, we got it massively wrong."

Jamie Carragher during the Premier League match between Liverpool FC and Huddersfield Town at Anfield on April 26, 2019 in Liverpool, United Kingdom. © Getty Images Jamie Carragher during the Premier League match between Liverpool FC and Huddersfield Town at Anfield on April 26, 2019 in Liverpool, United Kingdom.

Evra also admitted to feeling shocked when he saw the display from Liverpool’s players.

"When I saw it, I was like this is ridiculous, this is unbelievable. You always have to support your players but this was after the ban," he added.

"What message do you send to the world? Supporting someone being banned because he used some racist words."

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