Harry Maguire gives an emotional interview
Harry Maguire said he was afraid for his life and would not apologize for an incident at Myknonos, during a touching interview with the BBC.
The Manchester United captain has been given a suspended 21-month and 10-day prison sentence after being convicted of assault, resisting arrest and attempted bribery following his arrest on the Greek island on Thursday latest.
In his first TV appearance since the brawl, Maguire broke down telling BBC sports editor Dan Roan that he feared for his life.
“It was horrible, it’s not something I want to do again, I don’t wish it on anyone.
“This is the first time that I am going to a prison.”
“I don’t feel like I owe anyone an apology – an apology is something you give when you’ve done something wrong.
“I regret being in the situation. Obviously, the situation made it difficult. I play for one of the biggest clubs in the world, so I regret that I put the fans and the club to the test.
Read the full Maguire interview here