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‘We have an economic Maguire’: England star mocked in Ghanaian parliament

A Ghanaian MP mocked Harry Maguire after he compared Harry Maguire to the England and Manchester United stars.

During a debate at Ghana’s parliament Issac Adongo called Dr Mahamudu Bawumia “economic Maguire”, comparing his performance to that of the defender who has been in decline since he moved from Old Trafford.

MPs laughed at the bizarre football analogy. Mr Adongo accused Dr Bawumia, claiming that he had scored multiple economic “own goals”.

According to Mr Adongo, Maguire was a “great defender” before he moved to Manchester United.

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Maguire was “the biggest threat to the centre of Manchester United defense” after his PS80m transfer from Old Trafford.

“He was tackling Manchester players and giving assistance to opponents. “Mr Speaker, Maguire will score for you if you see your opponents score,” Adongo stated.

He continued, “Mr Speaker, you remember in this country also have an economic Maguire. We’re clapping, this economic Maguire, saying that he is the best at managing foreign terms.

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“The same economic Maguire was at Central University, delivering lectures about how to restore the Cedi (Ghana’s currency) value.” We gave Maguire an opportunity to be at our defense, and he was the center of our goals.

After analyzing a number of grim economic statistics, Adongo stated that Ghana’s “biggest problem” was that it “pays the appearance fee for Maguire”.

Image Harry Maguire was the subject of many jokes at the World Cup

Another member of parliament warned against electing the former president to power, comparing it with Chelsea’s decision to return Romelu Lukaku.

Alex Tetteh Djornobuah MP stated to members that it was better to “maintain Maguire,” than to bring back a player they know to be “the worst striker of all time in the world”.

In their final World Cup group match, Ghana will face Uruguay on Friday. This is a replay of the controversial quarter-final match from 2010, in which Luis Suarez scored a goal.

The ex-Liverpool ace refused to apologize for the incident before the game and stated: “I don’t apologise about it. I took the handball, but it was the Ghanaian player who missed a penalty. Not me. It’s not my fault.”

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