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He now rubs shoulders with England football stars and plies his trade at Premier League Leicester City but he’s not too big time for a telling off after he said he’s been to see to his ‘old’ teachers.He made his professional football debut aged 17 for Sheffield United against Cardiff City.It was only 18 months ago he was cheering England on in St Etienne with friends as a fan.His international call-up has been the cherry on the cake for Maguire to round off a fantastic year.He still holds a fierce allegiance to the Blades for shaping his career and gives special mention to Neill Collins and Chris Morgan.“As a young lad being in that environment, it’s always tough to stand out and make your mark but I’ll always be very grateful to Sheffield United for giving me that chance.“I made some mistakes but they kept the faith in me - a lot of managers now might not be so forgiving and go for someone with more experience.“I’ve played with some fantastic and experienced players but Neill Collins and Chris Morgan really helped me in the younger days and when I first broke in they were a huge inspiration to me.
“If they carry on like they are they’ve got every chance of finishing at the top end of the table.” Maguire nods to his cousin Sophie who works in the school’s reception class as he begins to chat away abouts his England aspirations.
His task - to mark the then fiery Welsh international Craig Bellamy.
From flying into tackles against his two brothers on Plumbley Hall Road fields in Mosborough to stepping out for England.
His rise to be within a touching distance of a plane seat to Russia is nothing short of remarkable.
Casting back to the late 90s, Maguire would often come home with his elastic tie askew and grey school trousers covered in mud.
“It was so hard to leave Sheffield United - It’s all I’d ever known.