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Tuesday 17 October 2017

'F***ing Loser' - El Hadji Diouf launches another scathing attack on Liverpool legend Jamie Carragher

MJ Moran

El Hadji Diouf’s spat with former former Liverpool teammates continues to rumble after he called Jamie Carragher a “f*****g” loser after in an interview with French media.

Speaking to French football magazine So Foot, the ex-Senegal international described Carragher as a “s**t” when explaining the difference between his talents and those of the former England international.

In the interview Diouf said “The difference between Jamie and me is that I am a world-class player and he is a s**t.

“The type of s**t that writes a book and mentions me all the time. Me, in my book, he does not warrant one phrase: he's a f*****g loser.”

He once again took aim at Steven Gerrard commenting on the L.A Galaxy’s star lack of success at international level when saying: “When we won, it was thanks to me, when we lost, it was my fault. What I represented for Senegal, he never managed 100th of that for England. He has never done anything in the World Cup or the Euros.”

"When I arrived at Liverpool, seeing as I just did what I wanted, he thought that I did not respect the club. But he downright killed his team by slipping against Chelsea. If Liverpool has never won the Premier League, it's no accident. What goes around comes around.”

The striker’s comments come on the back of another interview with So Foot in December where he again took aim at the Liverpool legends.  Diouf was incensed after Gerrard wrote in his autobiography that Diouf was “at the top of the list of Liverpool signing I liked least”, criticising his “contemptuous and spiteful demeanor.”

Diouf responded in the December interview describing Gerrard as an “egotist” and Carragher a “turkey”.

Diouf is currently playing for Malaysian Premier League Sabah.

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