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Liverpool defender Jamie Carragher will take up a punditry role with Sky Sports when his playing career concludes at the end of the current season.
The 35-year-old announced his decision to retire from football in February and has three fixtures remaining before a remarkable Anfield legacy is brought to a close.
Carragher has made 734 appearances for the Reds to date - the second most of any player in the club's history behind Ian Callaghan - and won a haul of major trophies along the way.
When the 2012-13 season ends, though, the Liverpool No.23 will switch his focus to analysis and put his significant knowledge of the game to use as part of Sky Sports' team for next year.
"I watch Sky Sports all the time and I'm a huge fan. I can't wait to be part of their coverage and work with the best in the business," Carragher said.
"What Sky has done for football for over 20 years is incredible and I'm thrilled to be part of their exciting plans for next season.
"I don't think there could be a better move for me: to retire from one of the world's best football clubs at the end of the season and then join one of the world's best broadcasters.
"Until that time comes, I'll remain fully focused on my remaining playing career with Liverpool and I'm looking forward to ending the season with good results."
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