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It doesn`t seem too long ago that sending Federico Macheda to Loftus Road seemed a good idea.

But a change of owner, allied with the purchase of a couple of strikers, saw Macheda sent lower down the pecking order to such an extent that an first team start, at Loftus Road, is almost rarer than one at Old Trafford.

But, with many inferring that the twenty year-old may have a limited future at Old Trafford, quotes form Sir Alex Ferguson would suggest different.

Talking about the lad, Sir Alex had this quote for the media,

"I`ve great belief in him. Hopefully, he`ll be ready for next season."

Anyone else surprised?

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Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday April 3 2012

Time: 4:34PM

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I'm not surprised Macheda is still very young and most players tend to mature and add consistency at about 24-ish. There's still plenty of time for Macheda to fulfill his world class potential. Considering his potential I'd be disappointed if he left prematurely because of his poor start but idvequally be annoyed if he doesn't fulfill his potential because he's not presenting the right attitude. I thought QPR was a bad choice to begin with and it proved so, their financial muscle and ambition always meant they would spend of push came to shove and Macheda thought he was too good for a Wigan or Bolton which would've been much better choices as he would have had more game time and a better mentor to help him develop rather than Hughes.
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03/04/2012 17:02:00

This is me being as honest as possible. Speaking as a QPR fan I think he looked completely off the boil, off the pace, lazy and lethargic. Hitting out at Mark Hughes was probably the final straw. The fact of the matter is he was brought in to improve the squad and he eventually dropped below all those who were perceived bottom of the barrell. He has a long way to go to be the player that Sir Alex seems to believe in.
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