Ex-Spurs boss Harry Redknapp believes Harry Maguire is still important to England. At the 2022 World Cup in Qatar
The Manchester United centre-back has been drop as a substitute at the ufabet club. Plus, the latest to play, “Roaring Lions” made a mistake. That cause the team to concede two goals in a 3-3 draw with Germany until it was heavily criticized. Including the position in the World Cup as well.
Redknapp’s view, however, believes Maguire remains a key figure in England, despite the current slump in performance and confidence.
“It might not be a view that is popular right now. But if I were to pick the team against Iran on November 21, Harry would definitely be in the squad,” Redknapp wrote in a column for The Sun.
“You don’t need me to say that he had a bad time. He is straight He’ll be the one to tell you on his own. True, he made a mistake. He didn’t do well against Germany, but he never disappointed England in Russia.”
Redknapp said: ‘Yes, he’s made a few ricks although getting as much grief as he is doesn’t make it any easier.’
He went on to add: ‘In the big games — and they don’t come any bigger than the World Cup — you need a big presence, and he’s certainly that. On the pitch and in the dressing room.
‘Fair enough, he wasn’t great against Germany but he never let England down in Russia and if he gets the chance, I’m sure he won’t in Qatar either.’