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United - Macheda Is Not Going Out On Loan!

United - Macheda Is Not Going Out On Loan!

Well that`s what his agent is saying!

After playing nothing more than the occasional bit part last season, we pondered over whether Sir Alex Ferguson would send out our Italian youngster, Federico Macheda, on loan.

Well apparently he`s not!

The young striker, who burst on the scene in almost fairytale fashion with that strike against Aston Villa, looks set to stay with his agent, re-iterating,

"Federico will remain at United - 100 per cent."

So it`s Blackpool or Preston for the lad then!

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Writer:Red Boy
Date:Wednesday July 7 2010
Time: 9:20AM

Comments

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Are you sure - it would save a bit more money.
Wswilly3
07/07/2010 11:25:00
0
what went wrong with him last year? Why hardly any appearances?
rosshammer
07/07/2010 11:30:00
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Can't see Macheda making the grade at yoonited or anywhere else in the EPL for that matter. Another one to follow the likes of Tosic out the door I reckon, more so now that you've signed Hernandez.
fifthcolumnblue
07/07/2010 17:40:00
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He's got obvious talent and i'd personally like to see him become a united legend.
TheFamousNo7
07/07/2010 17:59:00
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WTF is going on with your season ticket sales? http://www.cradlebay.co.uk/index.php/2010/06/09/manchester-united-season-ticket-sales-plummet/
fifthcolumnblue
07/07/2010 18:29:00
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What do you expect with the increase in price and the protests it was inevitable.
TheFamousNo7
07/07/2010 19:40:00
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I know you hate the Glazers, but is that not slitting your own throats? At the very least it just means more of the regular ST holders lose their places to glory hunters when the tickets go on general sale.
fifthcolumnblue
07/07/2010 22:57:00
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Don't confuse me for someone who follows the latest trend. I dont support the Glazers yet I dont join the protest, the only thing that gets my support is the club. People don't realise that yes they're hitting the Glazers where it hurts, their pockets. However you're right, they don't realise that it's their money that's keeping the club in positive revenue and will help the club get out of debt or atleast keep afloat. They also don't realise that though the Glazers have milked the club what more can you expect? You don't buy a business and not seek the rewards also even if the Glazers were to go who's to say they don't sell to another life sucking billionaire. Then again, if they do go who's to say we wouldn't get a billionaire who loves the club.
TheFamousNo7
08/07/2010 00:12:00
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I'd give the lad one more season then consider a sale if he doesn't make that breakthrough big time! Time stands still for no man!
Red Boy
09/07/2010 19:12:00
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