Matt Carragher, English footballer, Died at 40


Matthew “Matt” Carragher was born on January 14, 1976 and died on December 30, 2016.

He was an English footballer.

Matt played 362 league games over twelve years in the Football League.

Carragher started his career with Wigan Athletic in 1993, and made 119 league appearances in four years at the club, helping the “Latics” to the Third Division title in 1996–97.

Then, he switched to Port Vale, and was later made club captain, and led the “Valiants” to victory in the Football League Trophy in 2001.

With 194 games for the club, Carragher was released in May 2003. Following a brief spell at Stafford Rangers, he spent two years with Macclesfield Town, before retiring in 2005.

Matt Carragher passed away at 40 years old.