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Arsenal midfielder 'can't understand' Liverpool legend

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Liverpool legend Jamie Carragher has enjoyed mixed reviews for his work as a Sky Sports pundit so far this season, and the talents of the ex-Reds centre-back have now been analysed by Arsenal midfielder Emmanuel Frimpong.

Carrahger retired at the end of last term, having played 737 times during his 17 years in the first team for the Merseysiders, and was immediately signed up to provide his views on the game on TV.

The 35-year-old Anfield icon was once again working alongside former Manchester United captain Gary Neville on Monday evening, as Sky screened Fulham's victory against Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park.

Carragher has displayed strong analytical skills since his move to becoming a pundit, but not everyone is able to quite decipher the points the former Liverpool defender is making.

Frimpong certainly finds it tough going when watching Carragher, and admitted this week to not being able to understand what he was saying, as he gently ribbed the Scouser for his thick accent.

The Arsenal starlet tweeted: "I need sub titles for Jamie C on sky sports ...honestly don't understand anything."

Frimpong, who has not played a game for Arsenal this season, was quick to express his respect the former Red, with the Gunners youngster adding that Carragher was a 'top player' during his Liverpool days.

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