Liverpool legend spotted in stands to watch son play for Inverness Caledonian Thistle in Scottish Cup clash against Hibernian
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LIVERPOOL legendary defender Jamie Carragher was in the stands at the Caledonian Stadium to watch his son James play for Caley Thistle in the Scottish Cup fifth round clash against Hibernian.
The Champions League winner was seen in the main stand, believed to be for the first time since his son signed for the club when he arrived on loan from Wigan Athletic last month.
James Carragher started for Inverness on Saturday afternoon in the 3-1 defeat to Hibernian at the Caledonian Stadium on Saturday which saw them knocked out of the Scottish Cup.
Carragher (21) played at youth level with Liverpool before signing for Wigan Athletic in 2017.
Carragher signed his first professional contract with Wigan in August 2021, and he made his debut for them in the EFL Cup against Hull City in September 2021.
Carragher had a loan stint with Oldham Athletic from September 2022 until January 2023, and he signed a new two-year deal at Wigan Athletic in April 2023.
His father Jamie (46) spent his entire football career at Liverpool between 1996 and 2013 and made 508 appearances. He also made 38 appearances for England.