Man Utd skipper Harry Maguire heard telling Wan-Bissaka to ‘tidy the f*** up’ after giving ball away vs West Ham

MANCHESTER UNITED star Harry Maguire was heard shouting expletives at Aaron Wan-Bissaka during last night's win over West Ham.

The Red Devils right-back received both barrels from his captain following a misplaced pass.


Maguire, 28, yelled: "F****** tidy up, stop giving the f****** ball away!"

The centre-back's leadership appeared to pay dividends, as his side kept a clean sheet in the 1-0 triumph.

It's not the first time the former Leicester star has been overheard screaming at team-mates in recent weeks.

During the 0-0 draw with Crystal Palace on March 3, Maguire laid into Marcus Rashford.

He was heard saying: "F***ing get back onside!"

To which Rashford replied: "Shut the f*** up, f***ing k***head."

After the incident, however, Maguire told SunSport that his team don't take such rants personally – and that vocal 'leaders' are required to be successful.

He said: "You pick up these things as there is no crowd in the stadium.

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"But we are always shouting at each other in games. I have full respect for Marcus and he has full respect for myself.

"We did not even confront each other after the game because it happens that much in training and in games.

"He wants the best for the club and I want the best for the club.

It just shows we are going in the right direction. We are passionate

"We were not winning and late on in the game were both a little bit frustrated but no, it is nothing.

"It just shows we are going in the right direction. We are passionate. We are frustrated. We want to be winning football matches. We are passionate about the club and team spirit. We show passion."

While United remain 14 points behind Manchester City in the Premier League, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side are still in contention to win the Europa League and FA Cup.

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