In an open interview, Manchester United’s Brandon Williams defended Harry Maguire and urged him to “go to the top.”
Maguire had a rough season last year, and his performances were closely scrutinized. In the summer, the center-future back’s as club captain was doubtful, but Erik ten Hag declared he would hold the armband.
The 29-year-old made his debut against Brighton and Brentford at the start of the season, and United was thrashed in both games. Maguire has now been demoted to the bench, with Raphael Varane and Lisandro Martinez starting on a regular basis.
Despite starting against Real Sociedad in the Europa League, Maguire has only played 280 minutes this season. Maguire is now competing for a spot in the starting lineup, and teammate Williams has been queried about his approach.
“People don’t pay attention to what’s going on around them. Every day, Harry will give his all to training “The Sportsman was informed by Williams. “Harry will give his all, whether he begins the game or does not begin the game.
“We don’t care about the outside world because the only thing that matters is our own thoughts.” The insiders’ perspectives are the most important.
“If you’re doing well in training, who’s going to sit on Twitter and tell you that you shouldn’t start a game?” What is his name? I honestly don’t get it. Harry is a great guy. Captain and player of the year. He’ll have a successful career.
“He’s already had a successful career. He’s on stepping stones and will eventually reach his destination. He’s already on top. He is Manchester United’s captain. I aspire to be that one day, and he has already achieved it.”