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Harry Maguire 2019-20 Performances

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  1. Aug 5, 2019
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    MyOnlySolskjaer Creator of Player Performance threads

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    Full Name:
    Jacob Harry Maguire
    Date of Birth: Mar 5, 1993 (26)
    Place of Birth: England [​IMG]
    Height: 194cm
    Position: Defender - Centre-Back
    Foot: Right
    Player Agents: Triple S Sports
    Current club: [​IMG] Manchester United
    Joined: Aug 5, 2019
    Contract until: 30.06.2025
    Contract option: Option for a further year
    Outfitter: Nike​
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  2. Aug 5, 2019
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    Mcking Full Member

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    He will likely stay with us till his retirement. That is if he doesn't flop like every other transfer we've made in six years. Hope he is in the team for Chelsea.
  3. Aug 5, 2019
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    Andy_Cole Full Member

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    My only criticism is he seems too nice. We need some cnuts here.

    Other than that I’m really excited.
  4. Aug 5, 2019
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    Mercurial Full Member

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    Our future captain! What a boost, can't wait to see him vs Chelsea.
  5. Aug 5, 2019
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    Pogue Mahone Poster of the year 2008

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    1.94cm. That’s pretty fecking tall, right?
  6. Aug 5, 2019
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    SATA Full Member

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    He needs a song which hopefully is not about his head!
  7. Aug 5, 2019
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    predator Youth NITK

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    He's a nice guy but from what I've seen of him on the pitch he's far from a soft arse.
  8. Aug 5, 2019
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    FootyGirl88

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    Whenever I've watched him play I've never had that impression of him.
  9. Aug 5, 2019
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    Adcuth Full Member

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    Fat head.....I mean, chance
  10. Aug 5, 2019
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    A-man Full Member

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    It feels like a great fit for building a new United. But then again, I thought Sanchez was the perfect recruitment and money in the bank...
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    Hasn't done anything all season. Needs to be sold ASAP.
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    MyOnlySolskjaer Creator of Player Performance threads

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    For reference, same height as Fellaini. But yes, close to goalkeeper height.
  13. Aug 5, 2019
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    Tom Cato Full Member

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    Yes, I'm a tall guy and he's taller. It's very tall. So tall he will stick out on the pitch. Taller than most of the other players. TooTall would be a good nickname (Bonus point if you know the movie)
  14. Aug 5, 2019
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    rhoff113 New Member

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    It's so clear, and he's ageing too. If we keep him, he can be useful if we get relegated.
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    VeevaVee despite the protests, wears Ugg boots Scout

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    :lol:
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    bond19821982 Full Member

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    Now we need some players who can put some good balls to his head - Eriksen, Bruno - will take either of them.
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    Sleigh New Member

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    I’ll be dropping in periodically to see what you guys make of him.
  18. Aug 5, 2019
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    Classical Mechanic Full Member

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    What do you make of him?
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    RedFish Banned by user request until February 2020

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    Came across really well in the interview. I like the no nonsense vibe I get from him. Welcome Harry!
  20. Aug 5, 2019
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    Sleigh New Member

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    He’s physically impossibly and dominant in the air. He’s solid and will definitely head anything that comes into the box. If DDG lacks command of the box, then Harry will take command. He’s composed on the ball, sometimes takes the odd risk, which unfortunately he’ll get punished for as a defender. He’ll link play by stepping into the midfield, almost filling in the void of the anchor man.

    I still believe you’ll need some defensive legs in front of him though. We were massively aided by Wilfred N’Didi and at times Pappy Mendy, as they both sat in from of that back four.

    If Harry pushes into midfield, it helps drag the team forward 10 to 15 meters, however if he loses it, he’ll be out of position and you’re left with a gap at the back and space to run into behind. I wouldn’t be surprised if people exploited this by letting him have the ball and move forward. If you get turned over, you’ll be liable for the counter attack. OGS may counter this by dropping Matic in to cover.

    He can be a little rash with his tackling at times, however I think that’s improved over the two years. He can be slow to turn and aiding to being a big man, he isn’t that agile. Again, that’s got better as he’s grown leaner whilst at Leicester. He can get caught out of position but this improved when he was paired with a more natural centre back in Evans, who could potentially talk him through a game whilst he was on the pitch.

    One thing I see mentioned a lot on here is that he’s a “Leader”. He’s never come across like that for me.

    Overall, I think you’ll signed a solid player for 6 to 7 years. He’ll pop up with 4 to 5 goals a season and I anticipate you’ll be fairly please with what you’ve got.
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  22. Aug 6, 2019
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    Impressed by his first performance as a red.

  23. Aug 6, 2019
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    Best Cb in the league. There is a reason he cost 80m. Van Dijk can learn a thing or two from him :drool:
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    amolbhatia50k Sneaky bum time

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    Needing Evans to talk him through a game? FFS.
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    iammemphis iwillnotaskforanamechangeagain

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    One mans slightly soured opinion.
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    BolehLand New Member

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    Look like a Carrick Signing for me. Not outstanding but a good servant, can not ask for more, but can not do much wrong either and he is English.
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    2 man midfield Incestuous Modern Woman (Dumper!)

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    Got no reason, to fear Aguero and Kane
    Running round
    Cos this season, we’ve got an actual defence
    At our ground

    He is the one you used to go
    “if only he was a bit faster”
    Harry Maguire
    Harry Maguire
  28. Aug 6, 2019
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    RedCurry Full Member

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    Evans is an experienced veteran by now. He’s hardly the same player that left United years ago. He has played besides the likes of Vidic and Rio and learned from them. Of course he is capable of talking any defender through a game.
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    roonster09 Correctly predicted France to win World Cup 2018 Scout

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    He had Preseason with Leicester, so good chance he might start against Chelsea.
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    Marcus Full Member

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    Fellaini heading ability - replaced.
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    Classical Mechanic Full Member

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    I have seen him play quite a lot for England and Leicester and I have to say that agree pretty much word for word with your assessment, including the leader thing. I do worry that we just don't have the midfield to complement him at the moment.

    I think he's a great player to watch when on form which is not something you often say about a CB. I think that's why he wins so many player of the year awards at the sides he plays for.
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    Irwin99 Full Member

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    Looking forward to seeing him. Think he'll hit the ground running.
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    dwd Saturday Night Spies

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    Really looking forward to seeing him play. Gutted I'm going to miss his debut at OT.
  36. Aug 9, 2019
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    FootyGirl88

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    Can you behave please.:lol:
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    Sleigh New Member

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    Interestingly,
    Interestingly, Harry Maguire didn’t get it for us last season. Ricardo won both the Player of the Season and Players Player of the Season. How we’ve kept hold of him, i’ll never know.
  38. Aug 9, 2019
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    Classical Mechanic Full Member

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    I think he had a poor start to the season. The World Cup and fallout with Mourinho wanting him was a big thing for him and I think he had a hangover from it that affected his form.
  39. Aug 9, 2019
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    SirAF Ageist

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    See, it’s not only me :lol:
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    Damien Self-Aware RedCafe Database (and Admin) Staff

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    Don't think that many sides were looking for right backs this window. United, City and Everton did but the first two had their hearts set on Wan-Bissaka and Cancelo, while Everton's a sidewaysish move and probably wouldn't pay what you'd want for him.

    Spurs need a right back but he'd be out of their price range and they seemed to have other priorities.

    Guess there's PSG but they seem to be trying to get Semedo and another player from Barcelona in part exchange for Neymar.

    Helps that Ricardo has four years left on his contract and financially you're pretty comfortable. Asking price would probably be £50m+ but there aren't many clubs who'd be willing to pay that for a fullback.