They pronounced the former Liverpool defender had privately contacted the family to apologize and had shown genuine distress for his actions.
The 40-year-old squabble at the automobile where the immature Manchester United fan was travelling in following a brief written sell with the teenager’s father after his former bar lost 2-1 to the Red Devils at Old Trafford on Saturday.
Footage filmed by the primogenitor and obtained by the Daily Mirror shows the father provoke Carragher about the outcome as the span drive alongside any other after the game.
In the video, he shouts by his daughter’s front newcomer side window: “2-1, 2-1, detrimental Jamie lad, 2-1 lad.”
Carragher then winds down the window of his black SUV and spits towards the car.
The girl tells her father “he squabble on me”, to which he responds: “Jamie Carragher squabble at my daughter… nice, nice, very good Jamie Carragher”.
Speaking to Sky News, the ex-Liverpool defender called it “a moment of madness”.
The football pundit, who has a daughter the same age as the girl who was held up in the incident, pronounced his poise “cannot be condoned” and became visibly dissapoint when he was asked what his children suspicion of his behaviour.
He pronounced his “biggest bewail was that a immature girl was held up in the center of the altercation”.
“That devastates me some-more than anything. I’ve got a daughter accurately the same age and we can’t contend how I’d conflict if someone did that to her,” he continued.
“I’ve done mistakes in my 25-year career, but this is the misfortune one.”
Carragher added: “Hopefully we can get the possibility to meet face-to-face with the family, and apologize to them again.”
He was suspended by Sky Sports shortly before the interview, which pronounced in a statement: “Sky takes this matter intensely seriously and strongly condemns Jamie’s actions, we have done that transparent to him in person currently and dangling him from his duties.
“It falls good next the standards we design of the people.”
The girl’s father pronounced the family “don’t wish him to remove his job”.
He told the Mirror: “We wanted an reparation and an explanation. He seems contrite. Everyone creates mistakes, we are all human.”
His wife added: “He did seem intensely sorry.”
Fellow Sky Sports pundit, former Manchester United defender Gary Neville, also urged his bosses not to pouch Carragher.
He tweeted: “I’ve just watched Carra23 contend sorry. No excuses he’s done a big mistake. He’s massively ardent about football and he’s overstepped the symbol and shouldn’t have reacted.
“I’ve been on TV for 3 years with him and imo this removed occurrence shouldn’t stop us operative together.”