Daisy Maguire, Harry Maguire’s sister, appears to enjoy teasing Roy Keane on Twitter as their spat with the Manchester United icon continues.
HARRY MAGUIRE’S sister seemed to approve of a tweet ridiculing Manchester United veteran Roy Keane following his criticism of her brother.
Maguire’s start to the season for Man United has been described as a “disgrace” by Keane, who also described his goal celebration against Albania as “embarrassing.”
Maguire’s celebration might be perceived as a reaction to Keane’s criticism, despite the fact that he hasn’t openly replied to the criticism.
Daisy, on the other hand, didn’t hold back in retaliating against Keane in her own manner.
The 21-year-old liked a Tweet that compared Keane’s and Maguire’s contributions to Ireland on the international stage.
“Roy Keane for his nation vs Harry Maguire for his country,” the tweet stated.
The tweet was accompanied by a photo of Keane after he was famously kicked out of the Republic of Ireland squad during the 2002 World Cup.
Next to it was a shot of Maguire receiving a Man of the Match award during England’s Euro 2020 campaign.
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“I’ve seen Roy Keane’s words and the footage of it, and I think Roy Keane is being a big bully there,” he remarked.
“I believe he’s tormenting him because Harry Maguire has been under a lot of strain as a result of several poor Manchester United performances.”
“This was the next opportunity for him to show that he’s a capable centre-back.”
“Yes, it’s Albania, but we still needed to get the job done.”
You’re going to celebrate when he scores since you know how exciting it is to score.
“If I were on a bad run and scored a goal, I’d want to do the exact same celebration — hands on your ears to the critics to say, ‘I’m going to try and put in a nice performance,’ and he did.”
“I thought his defence was excellent, and he scored a goal,” said the coach. It feels like everyone is against him now whenever he does something.” Gareth Southgate, England’s manager, accused Keane of wanting to’stay relevant.’
And England star John Terry defended Maguire, claiming that the United captain is now the Three Lions’ all-time leading scorer.
Maguire was instrumental in helping England qualify for the World Cup and earn their place in the tournament… Brinkwire Brief News.