Maguire posts team sheet of 2011 FA Youth Cup final featuring him against new Man Utd team-mates Pogba and Lingard and renegade Ravel Morrison – The Sun
HARRY MAGUIRE shared the team sheets from the 2011 FA Youth Cup final – which saw him go up against some of his new Manchester United team-mates.
The £80million man may have become the world's most expensive defender this summer but was given a schooling eight years ago.
He wrote on Instagram: "It didn't end well #TBT #YouthCup #4-1"
Coming through the ranks at Sheffield United and weeks after making his first-team Blades debut, Maguire and his team-mates headed to Old Trafford for the second leg of the final.
After a 2-2 draw in the first leg, the Red Devils' home advantage proved decisive as they won 4-1 in front of Sir Alex Ferguson.
Ravel Morrison – now at the Blades – and Will Keane scored two apiece, with Joe Ironside bagging a consolation for the visitors in front of 23,000 supporters.
But the United team that day included a few familiar names.
Both Paul Pogba and Jesse Lingard started in midfield – just as they have for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's first team in the opening two fixtures of the new Premier League season.
But eight years on, they are joined by Maguire, with Pogba heading off to Juventus before returning for £89m in 2016.
Also in Paul McGuiness' Manchester United side that night was Sam Johnstone, now at West Brom, as well as Everton's Michael Keane and Ryan Tunnicliffe, who is plying his trade with Luton.
But there are a few names that are less instantly recognisable.
It didn’t end well 🔴⚔️ #TBT #YouthCup #4-1
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Keane was joined in defence by Sean McGinty, Tom Thorpe and Michele Fornasier while Gyliano van Velzen started on the wing.
On the bench for the Red Devils included Tyler Blackett, who had a run in the first team under Louis van Gaal but is now with Reading.
Joe Coll, Larnell Cole, John Cofie and Alberto Massacci completed the matchday squad for the match, which was overseen by top Premier League referee Michael Oliver.
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