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Maguire Abusers: Compassion Is Not a Dirty Word


Mental Resilience: The Challenge for Premier League Stars

The Premier League returns this weekend with a host of stars facing the challenge of mental resilience. From Harry Maguire bracing to hear ‘mummy’s boy’ added to the list of insults he can expect to have ringing in his ears, to Jadon Sancho catching up with all the not-so-nice things anonymous sources have been saying to journalists about his time-keeping and manners, the pressure is on for these players to remain mentally strong.

Harry Maguire: The Punchline We Can’t Stop Delivering

Harry Maguire is the punchline we can’t stop delivering, a target who makes himself easy to hit with his occasional mistakes, regrettable career choices, and hangdog demeanour. He’s Phil Jones-light but in a much brighter spotlight. Maguire made light of being forced back into the role of pantomime villain by Scotland fans during England’s 3-1 win at Hampden Park in midweek, but as his own mother felt forced to say yesterday: ‘Me seeing him go through what he’s going through is not okay. I would hate to have to see any other parents or players go through this.’

Richarlison: Seeking Psychological Help

Over in Brazil, Spurs striker Richarlison – himself no stranger to terrace catcalls and social media abuse – was seen crying on the bench after being subbed off in the win over Bolivia. Despondent at going another game without a goal, clearly. Not so. ‘That sad moment wasn’t even because I played poorly, in my opinion I didn’t, it was more of an outburst about things happening off the field, which got out of control not on my part, but on the part of people who were close to me,’ he felt obliged to explain. ‘I’m going to go back to England, I’ll seek psychological help, to work on my mind. Come back stronger.’

Jadon Sancho: Labels Attached By Nameless Sources

Jadon Sancho has spent the international break in the cross-hairs of anonymous briefings seeking to give context to why a £73million signing can’t even make United’s matchday squad. A decision which led the winger to accuse manager Erik ten Hag of making him a scapegoat. Poor time-keeping, impolite behaviour to staff and difficult relationships with team-mates have all been labels attached to the 23-year-old by people who would rather remain nameless. Who knows, they may all be true. But this is also a young man who was given several months away from the club because Ten Hag felt he had to work on his ‘mental fitness’.

Dele Alli: A Brutal Glimpse Into His Career Derailment

After a summer in which Dele Alli granted us a brutal, searingly honest glimpse into just what has contributed to the derailment of his career, it seems the game is still woefully lacking when it comes to compassion and understanding. We all have loves and lives, highs and lows away from the workplace and footballers are obviously no different. But it’s time for us to pause and consider there is more to this than surly greetings and half-arsed shuttle runs.

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