Harry Maguire expects better reception at Sheffield United than Leicester

Manchester United midfielder Harry Maguire hopes to receive better reception at his boyhood club Sheffield Untied than from Leicester fans at the upcoming Premier League match. Having moved from Leicester to the Red Devils for £80million last summer, the United midfielder was taunted by the Foxes fans during the Red Devil's 1 - 0 win over Leicester. Now the 26-year-old expects more friendly welcome at Bramall Lane than it was in the Leicester fans' case. Maguire told: “I’ll be back at Bramall Lane and I'm sure I’ll get a better reception than I did from the Leicester fans when they came to Old Trafford! They've been great with me ever since, the Sheffield United fans, so I’ve got a lot to thank them for. The crowd got right on my side [from the start]. Sheffield United have started great in the Premier League but, when we play them, it’s going to be business for me. I’ll be trying to get the three points off them but then hope they win every other game, apart from the ones against us. I’ve been really lucky to have had a lot of experience in terms of playing games. I played 50 games for three or four seasons at Sheffield United, every year  That's something I really love doing. I love playing. For me, the best way to learn is by playing games. I’ve been fortunate, in terms of the managers I’ve played for, that they've all picked me to start, especially in my younger days, when it’s harder as a young centre-back to get your chance to go and play.” United are going to face their next Premier League rivals, Sheffield United, on Sunday.
Source: Mirror

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