Jamie Carragher has no right to criticise Marouane Fellaini after he spat at somebody in a car, according to the giant Manchester United midfielder.
The Belgian and the former Liverpool defender have made no secret of their mutual dislike since Carragher wrote in 2016 that his ‘personal hope is that we would never see him playing in the Premier League again’ after he reacted to some ‘sex masochism’ by elbowing Robert Huth.
The following year Fellaini called Carragher “the champion of blah-blah and the world champion of breaking legs”.
Since then Carragher has been suspended by Sky Sports for spitting at a Manchester United fan who was taunting him on the motorway.
“How can someone like Jamie Carragher dare to question me?” asked Fellaini in an interview translated by Sport Witness.
“The guy spat from his car on a girl after a Manchester-Liverpool match.
“You know, critics help you progress, you end up working more, you want to show them they are wrong.”
In the same interview, Fellaini has revealed how he now has Manchester United over a barrel in his contract negotiations.
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