Jamie Carragher has yet to receive an indication he will return to his punditry duties with Sky Sports next season, following a suspension for spitting at a teenage girl while driving on a motorway. After Liverpool's loss against Manchester United at Old Trafford in March, Carragher was goaded on camera by a Manchester United fan in an adjacent car. After a back and forth, Carragher reacted angrily by spitting at the car.
Carragher apologised publicly and privately to the family involved.
As a result, Carragher was suspended by Sky until the end of this season, and was also briefly suspended from another channel with whom he does punditry work: Denmark's TV3 Sport. Carragher's column with the Telegraph has also been put on hiatus.
Carragher made his return to the latter station for Liverpool's Champions League semi-final second leg in Rome, but has yet to reappear on Sky.
Per Matt Hughes in today's Times, Carragher has been taking anger management classes to ensure this doesn't happen again, but he has yet to receive any indication from Sky that he will return to the broadcaster next season.