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United - Macheda`s Own Goal!

United - Macheda`s Own Goal!

Earlier this week we ran an article that covered the suggestion that young Master Macheda might well be allowed to leave on loan.

The destination suggested by the source of the article was supposed to be Lazio.

Today though, Macheda has flatly denied any notion of a loan move.

But there could be some flak coming the Italian`s way with some quotes he made about Wayne Rooney being printed in the Gazzetta dello Sport which describe Rooney as

"A bit working class and vulgar."

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Writer:Red Boy
Date:Thursday October 7 2010
Time: 5:00PM

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Working class! Thats extremely stereotypical, if the quotes are true i think he needs to be knocked down to ground level as he clearly sees himself above the average man. However, he's not wrong about the way Rooney conducts himself.
TheFamousNo7
07/10/2010 18:17:00
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He actually called Rooney a "coatto" which is the Italian equivalent of Chav. Far worse than calling him a bit working class and vulgar!
fifthcolumnblue
07/10/2010 20:57:00
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In all fairness though fcb he's not wrong. The whole England team is full of chavs.
TheFamousNo7
08/10/2010 08:01:00
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macheda was speaking the truth and fair play to him.
johnney handsome
09/10/2010 10:27:00
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