Jamie Carragher says 25-year-old Newcastle player has been helping him out.

Sean Longstaff of Newcastle United has reportedly been supporting his son’s recent injury recovery, according to Jamie Carragher.

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Carragher was speaking after Newcastle’s amazing victory over PSG on CBS Sports.

Longstaff and Dan Burn were being interviewed by the pundit when he mentioned how much the midfielder had been contributing.

“Can I just jump in there, I don’t really know the lads that well but I just wanted to mention this,” Carragher stated.

Sean, how recently did I call you—was it a year ago?

“Basically, my son was having some injury issues; he had experienced similar issues, didn’t know him, but managed to get his number and kept in touch; amazing on the phone.

“We talked about how being a football player has its ups and downs and how working hard pays off.

“Tonight, mate, is your reward, one for overcoming the injury, but I also have to thank you for helping me and my son.”

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James Carragher is a 20-year-old defender who presently competes for Wigan Athletic, in case anyone was wondering.

Carragher was overjoyed to witness Longstaff’s success at Newcastle.
After the game, many people, including Carragher, praised the Newcastle player.

After Longstaff’s impressive performance against the Parisians, Eddie Howe was similarly glowing in his praise.

Howe claimed that Longstaff had always been smart and incredibly trustworthy.

And after a historic Newcastle night, all of this praise from Carragher and his boss must only be the tip of the iceberg for Longstaff.

There must be a huge celebration going on right now among the entire group.

Howe will undoubtedly warn his team that Sunday’s response against West Ham United is just as crucial.

Newcastle and Longstaff will need to develop time management skills because the infamous “European hangover” is well known for a reason.

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