Man Utd captain Harry Maguire seen with sister Daisy and brother Laurence for first time together since Mykonos arrest

HARRY MAGUIRE has been pictured with sister Daisy and brother Laurence for the first time together since their Mykonos arrest.

The Manchester United captain and Daisy were involved in the traumatic events in Greece that led to Maguire's conviction.

The trio were snapped inside Old Trafford as they watched Sunday's Soccer Aid charity match.

An England XI of celebs and footy players lost 4-3 on penalties to a World XI, with musician Chunkz missing the decisive penalty.

It would have been a welcome distraction for the family after Maguire was found guilty of aggravated assault, resisting arrest and repeated attempts of bribery last month.

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Maguire instantly appealed the 21-month suspended sentence and faces a retrial in a more senior court at a later date.

Daisy, 20, was with Maguire on that fateful night which was apparently sparked when two men approached her.

Maguire revealed how she "was fainting" after being "stabbed by something sharp."

Giving his account of the story, he told the BBC: "My fiancee Fern saw her eyes going to the back of her head, she was fainting, going in and out of consciousness."

A fracas reportedly ensued and Maguire was arrested when the minibus he was in was stopped by plain-clothes police.



 

Maguire then went onto claim how he "feared for his life" because he thought they were being kidnapped.

He said: "I thought we were getting kidnapped.

"We got down on our knees, we put our hands in the air, they just started hitting us.

"And at this point I thought there is no chance these are police or I don't know who they are so I tried to run away, I was in that much of a panic, fear, scared for my life. All the way through it."

The arresting officer on the night the fight erupted claimed Maguire launched into a foul-mouthed tirade at cops as they tried to detain him.

A statement, printed in Greek media, alleges Maguire told cops: "F*** you all, f*** off, f*** the Greek police, f*** policeman, f*** Greece, f*** the Greek civilisation, I don't give a s**t".

The £85million defender is then said to have pushed officers along with brother Joe and friend Chris Sharman, who were also found guilty alongside Maguire.

But he denied throwing any punches and rubbished claims he tried to bribe the police, with his lawyers lodging an appeal against his convictions.

Maguire returned to Manchester United's training ground for the first time on Monday ahead of the new season.

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