Gary Neville suggests Harry Maguire see a psychologist to resolve confidence issues ahead of the World Cup this winter… but insists the Manchester United defender MUST play for England in Qatar
- Harry Maguire has been struggling at club and international level lately
- He has been criticized by fans and appears to have trust issues
- Gary Neville thinks Maguire could benefit from talking to a psychologist
- Despite his current problems, Neville thinks Maguire should go to the World Cup
Gary Neville has advised Harry Maguire to seek help from a psychologist to help him return to his best form.
Maguire has gone through a rough patch at club level, which saw him drop out of Manchester base by Erik ten Hag, and he had a night to forget for England on Monday when he conceded a penalty after giving the ball away in the first place against Germany.
Marcel has said that he went through difficult times himself when he was a player, explaining that he spoke to a psychologist who enabled him to get through these setbacks. He thinks Maguire could also benefit from professional help.
Gary Neville thinks England defender Harry Maguire should seek help from a psychologist
“I would suggest that he do what I did. I went to see my doctor in Manchester United,” Neville told Nihal Arthanayake’s BBC Radio 5 Live program on Tuesday.
‘I did go to a psychologist and got help. Sometimes you need outside help.’
Despite Maguire’s current loss of form, Neville still believes the 29-year-old deserves a place in Gareth Southgate’s roster for the World Cup in Qatar.
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