He’s already been involved in one social media spat this week and it seems Jamie Carragher is determined to provoke another one.
Just a day after arguing with former Manchester United rival Rio Ferdinand over Twitter, Carragher looks set to spark another viral feud with city rivals Everton.
Posting from the top of the new stand, the former Liverpool centre-half risked antagonising the Reds’ fiercest rivals with an Instagram mocking Goodison Park in comparison to Anfield’s new capacity of 58,800.
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Both Merseyside clubs have underachieved so far this season, however, Carragher’s comments are sure to provoke a reaction from his boyhood team's supporters.
The 38-year-old Sky Sports pundit has recently made news elsewhere for his involvement in the mass walk-out during Liverpool’s 2-2 draw with Sunderland last Saturday.
In protest of Fenway Sports Group’s plans to increase the price of matchday tickets to £77, Liverpool fans left Anfield en masse in the 77th minute with their side 2-0 up at the time.
Subsequently, owner John W Henry has ceded to the supporter’s demands by freezing the prices at £59 whilst apologising for any “distress” caused throughout the process.
Carragher took to Twitter late on Wednesday night to express his satisfaction with the overturned decision.
Next up for Jurgen Klopp's side is Sunday's trip to face relegation strugglers Aston Villa, whilst Everton host Tony Pulis's West Bromwich Albion on Saturday.