Manchester United player Maguire talked about the topic of online violence in an interview with Sky Sports. He said: "My age has made me ignore online violence, but this should stop."
Maguire said in the interview: "I will try to take care of my teammates, especially young people like Greenwood and Williams, they have a good team to take care of them."
"We are very lucky. This is a club that takes care of young people."
"This point needs to be paid attention and needs to be changed. In my opinion, you cannot use a fake name to create an account on social media. If you add verification to this process, some problems can be easily solved. I don't know why It didn't work like this."
"For me personally, the best way is to ignore everything and don't look at some things too honestly. I will stay away from many social media comments and similar things."
"Maybe as a young man, you are more worried about all kinds of things and some words. But for me, for me now, anything can be said, and I will not be bothered, maybe my family will feel more Be disturbed."
"I think if you have more experience and have people around you who can help you, it will make you feel better."
"But I think this is especially difficult for people who start from nothing, suddenly become superstars, and suddenly become prominent."
"They feel sad because they show their lives and things like that and the comments they receive. This is difficult for them and difficult to deal with, but I can only say that my age and experience are getting better and better. ."
Maguire also supported Sky Sports’ campaign against online violence in the interview. He said: “First of all, I am very grateful to Sky Sports for addressing these issues. Provide solutions for people on the court and other celebrities.”
"I think this is a problem that needs to be solved, and now it has reached the point where hatred and social media take over people's lives."
"I think I handled it very well, but I believe that there are still many people who are struggling with it."
"Because people have created a lot of accounts, are posting comments on social media all day, and trying to disappoint others."
“It’s fun to see Sky Sports start investigating these things. It’s been a while, and social media needs to start taking action.”
"Some things people say on social media are incorrect. And this must stop."