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Right Idea, Wrong Place

Sending Federicho Macheda out on loan was always going to be a good idea.

The young Italian needs to play regularly and not be looking for the odd outing in a United shirt.

Therefore sending him to Queens Park Rangers, where he`d get regular first team football seemed, at the time of the loan agreement, to be the right move.

Unfortunately, United were not to know that QPR were to undergo radical changes and appoint a new manager who`d be given the authority to purchase plentifully in the January transfer window with, amongst their acquisitions a certain England international in the shape of Bobby Zamora.

It sort of makes you ponder if, as the title suggest, it really was a case of right idea but, in hindsight, the wrong place!



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Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday February 28 2012

Time: 5:25PM

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Definitely the right idea but I said to begin with it was the wrong place. Bolton or Wigan would've been better destinations, we've seen first hand the job they've done with Wilshere, Sturridge, Moses and Cleverley. A struggling side will never give an exciting prospect a chance over proven premier league strikers.
TheFamousNo7
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28/02/2012 20:10:00

What a shame, I feel sorry for Macheda, he needs first team football and joined QPR only to learn that they had recieved a cashinjection to buy established players. SAF has again and again stated that Macheda has the potential to become a WC striker, hopefully he'll get some more chances this season.
nordkap
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01/03/2012 09:38:00

so Bolton and wigan arent struggling...
Lionhart
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02/03/2012 14:46:00

 

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