Man Utd & England defender Maguire insists he has ‘no regrets’ over Mykonos incident that led to his arrest

Harry Maguire insists his conscience is clear and he has no regrets after he was arrested on the Greek island of Mykonos in 2020.

Maguire has no regrets Has a clear conscience Was involved in a brawl in Mykonos

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WHAT HAPPENED? The Manchester United defender was involved in an altercation on the Greek island of Mykonos in 2020 after his sister was allegedly injected with a substance on the street. He was subsequently put behind bars for two nights by the Greek police and found guilty of aggravated assault, resisting arrest and repeated bribery attempts after the incident. Maguire is awaiting an appeal against the charges and also claims he was abused while in custody.

WHAT THEY SAID: To talk to The timesMaguire said: “Some people will believe me; some people won’t. But one thing I would say about Mykonos is that I have no regrets. I don’t worry about what the outcome will be. I don’t worry about anything that has to do with it because my conscience is so clear about what happened that night.

“The people who were there that night, there were nine of us, we all understand what happened and what happened.”

THE BIGGER PICTURE: Following the incident, the defender was released from the England national team for a short period but received the full backing of his club Manchester United, who took no action against the player.


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WHAT HORSE FOR MAGUIRE? The 29-year-old defender has been selected by Gareth Southgate in England’s 26-man squad that will travel to Qatar to take part in the 2022 World Cup.

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