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Harry Maguire aims a dig at Leeds after their play-off final defeat

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Man United defender Harry Maguire aims a dig at Leeds after they missed out on promotion to Premier League following play-off final loss against SouthamptonLeeds missed out on promotion after losing to Southampton in the play-off finalManchester United defender Harry Maguire aimed a dig through social mediaKane first, Saka second… which player in Gareth Southgate’s squad has the third most goals for England? Listen to the It’s All Kicking Off! PodcastBy Abdi Rashid Published: 19:03 BST, 26 May 2024 | Updated: 19:36 BST, 26 May 2024 Manchester United defender Harry Maguire has aimed a dig at Leeds after they failed to gain promotion to the Premier League. Leeds fell at the final hurdle in the Championship Play-off final as they were defeated by Southampton at Wembley. Adam Armstrong’s first-half strike ensured Daniel Farke’s men will play in the second tier again next season to the delight of Maguire.  The England international displayed his pleasure on Instagram as he posted a photo of his TV screen after Leeds were defeated. He wrote: ‘Hope everyone having a fantastic Sunday’, with a heart and red emoji.’ Leeds missed out on a place in the premier league after losing to Southampton in the final  Manchester United defender Harry Maguire aimed a dig at Leeds after their loss on Sunday Maguire’s post relates to Man United and Leeds’ fierce rivalry which remains one of the biggest Maguire’s post relates to Manchester United and Leeds’ fierce rivalry which remains one of the biggest in the country. It has been a weekend to remember for the 31-year-old as he lifted the FA Cup with the Red Devils on Saturday. Goals from Alejandro Garnacho and Kobbie Mainoo ensured Erik ten Hag’s men ended the season with silverware after a dismal campaign. The result also secured the club’s place in the Europa League next season having  missed out on it through league position. The Red Devils ended the Premier League campaign in eighth – the club’s lowest finish since 1990 – and falling short in the Champions League and Carabao Cup.The poor season came after more considerable investment in Ten Hag’s squad with an initial £64million spent on striker Rasmus Hojlund, £55m on midfielder Mason Mount and £43.8m on goalkeeper Andre Onana.Maguire is in Gareth Southgate’s provisional 30-man squad for the Euros which gets underway in just over a fortnight.  

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