Harry Maguire joined Sheffield United from Barnsley as a youngster, progressing from a scholarship to a professional contract with the Blades in March 2011. A regular at centre back in the reserves and U18s in the 2010-11 season, he was a key member of the team which reached the FA Youth Cup final. Harry made a fine first- team debut, coming on as a substitute against Cardiff and winning the Man of the Match award. Impressive both in the air and in the tackle, he played in four of the final five games.
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