Harry Maguire's sister Daisy's private thoughts on Roy Keane might have been accidentally came to light after her latest actions on social media.
The Manchester United captain has had a tough time this season and his form has plummeted along with his club's.
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And the calls to drop Maguire are getting louder and louder after a series of shoddy performances.
The one leading that demand appears to be former United captain Keane, who almost weekly rants about the England international amid his poor form.
"Embarrassing," said Keane, when Maguire responded to the critics by cupping his ears after scoring for his country against Albania. "He's been a disgrace for Manchester United."
Similar comments were made after his displays in the Premier League, even impersonating the ex-Leicester star in a mocking fashion.
Maguire has never directly challenged Keane but his celebration was perhaps a message aimed at the ITV and Sky Sports pundit.
While the United man's sister might have been a bit more explicit with her lack of appreciation by liking a tweet denouncing the 50-year-old.
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The tweet, accompanied with a shushing emoji, read: “Roy Keane for his country vs Harry Maguire for his country.”
Two photos were attached, one of Keane walking his dogs – denoting the time he infamously was sent home from the Republic of Ireland squad at the 2002 World Cup.
The other picture included showed Maguire holding aloft a man of the match award from the Euros in the summer.
Maguire’s sister is not the only one who has lost their patience with Keane, with former Aston Villa striker insisting the Irishman is close to bullying the United skipper.
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He said: “He's English, he's the captain of Manchester United. Yes, there's pressure with that, but he's probably our best centre-half.
"Let's get behind him and not always trying to criticise him.
"For me, it's bullying from Roy Keane. Everyone sort of jumps on the bandwagon whenever Roy Keane says something."
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