- Sky Sports suspended Jamie Carragher after he spat at a teenage schoolgirl
- He appeared on Sky News to say sorry and said he ‘lost it’ as he drove car
- Former Liverpool star admitted he had not offered to resign from pundit role
- Sky Sports said actions fell ‘well below the standards we expect of our people’
- He had been covering Saturday’s match between Liverpool and Man United
- Carragher was filmed by 14-year-old’s father who said he was ‘having banter’
- But he spat at the girl and she started crying when his saliva hit her in the face
- Police will NOT investigate Carragher over the incident unless victim complains
Jamie Carragher has been suspended by Sky Sports and will not appear on Monday Night Football this evening as bosses consider his future after he was filmed spitting on a 14-year-old girl.
Carragher was due to broadcast from Sky Sports’ studios giving expert reaction to the Premier League fixture between Stoke and leaders Manchester City, but sources said that part of the show has been axed.
In a statement, Sky Sports said: ‘Sky takes this matter extremely seriously and strongly condemns Jamie’s actions, we have made that clear to him in person today and suspended him from his duties.