Just minutes after posting the joke about Carragher, the 57-year-old admitted that we all mistakes and the former Liverpool defender is "clearly contrite" about his actions.
The former England global went on Sky News, ITV and BBC on Monday to offer his fulsome apologies calling it 'a four or five-second moment of madness which is hard to explain.
Gary Lineker took a jab at Liverpool legend Jamie Carragher on Twitter and fans are not happy with the Match of the Day pundit.
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'That devastates me more than anything.
"I've got a daughter exactly the same age and it's hard to find the words I'd use on how I'd react to that or what I'd say to that person if I ever bumped into that person or something", he said.
The man, who appears to be driving and filming, says in reaction: "Jamie Carragher spat on my daughter".
"What I would say is there is no doubt what I have done is disgusting and I apologise for it", added Carragher.
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Sky Sports has suspended him for his unkind behaviour with a 14-year-old Manchester United supporter as his future as a pundit with the premier sports broadcaster lays hanging.
The video shows Carragher reacting to being teased about the result after a vehicle pulls up alongside him in traffic. "I'm sorry. I'll apologise again today (Monday) properly", said Carragher. "No excuses he's made a big mistake", tweeted former Manchester United star Neville. The former global footballer reacted by spitting him. "I've been on TV for 3 years with him and imo this isolated incident shouldn't stop us working together".
"But what I would hope, not just for Sky, but for the public who've known me for possibly 25 years in the public eye since I started playing for Liverpool, is that five seconds of madness will not take over everything I've done".
"It falls well below the standards we expect of our people", continued the statement. Hopefully, I can show people over these next days and weeks the real me and hopefully a moment of madness will not cloud their judgment.
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