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He mocks the press for what they said about him and makes two mistakes for England

By Harry Smith

He mocks the press for what they said about him and makes two mistakes for England

The stats this season are against the 29-year-old England defender.

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It is a time of many changes at Manchester United because of what it represents to play for the most media club in all of England, it is remarkable that the team is not going through a good time despite the streak; that makes them look for options in a team that can invest in great players and who want to return to the highest level of competition and to really compete for the title in England.

The team coached by Erik ten Hag has shown an upward trend of results to achieve the goal of slowly returning to the top of the table, one reason is that it will be this week when the team's journey begins, and the first opponent in turn will be the visit to the citizens to play the Manchester Derby.

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The Dutchman, Erik ten Hag, will have to keep up the level they have shown in the Premier League in recent times and find a way to get into a team rhythm, as the month of October will have a full schedule of matches every three days and the team wants to be ready for that.

Harry Maguire comes from an international break where he played, he was exposed in two very important mistakes, just hours before the event he stated that he did not see sense to the criticism he received as a player, that most likely the persecution is about getting a few clicks to the player who is now full of controversy, in the end he was expectant that he will be ready when Erik ten Hag requests it.

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A player who has no self-criticism, he is coming off a run where he has not won in ten games with his presence on the pitch. That's three draws and seven defeats for the player in his last ten starts, including games for England and Manchester United. The most expensive defender in history has no way to hide his failings against Germany.



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