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It Could Be QPR?

It has already been insinuated that Fabio will be going out on loan next season.

The only major query being where?

Portugal, and Sporting Lisbon, had been mentioned but it appears that United want to keep Fabio in the Premier League and a favoured destination for the young Brazilian is Queens Park Rangers.

If that is the case then we hope he gets more game-time than Macheda did when he went to Loftus Road on loan.



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Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Saturday June 16 2012

Time: 11:52AM

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The lads thought about it and said he wants to ensure he doesn't adjust to a foreign game and then struggle when he comes back, fair play to him. However, please not QPR, they're too ambitious to give any youngsters a chance as Macheda soon found out. At the moment Fabio would only have to compete with Traore for the LB spot seeing as Taiwo's loan ended however which seems ok but we know QPR well then go onto buy more established names and see Fabio rot on the bench rather than play and get the experience and game time he needs. They done the exact same with Macheda. Macheda should've been smarter also though, he could've went to wigan but deemed himself too good for them despite there being more chance of a first team opportunities there. Horrible feeling the lads ego due to the hype about his potential will lead to him squandering his potential. Fabio, opt for Wigan, they need a LB and you'd fit right in with Martinez attacking football and no doubt come back better for it like Cleverley. Macheda has hopefully learnt from his mistakes and will opt for a club where he'll get games.
TheFamousNo7
You are forgetting one thing here, Macheda was absoluely awful. That is why he didn't stay in the side. We had to revert to Heidar Helguson until Cisse and Zamora turned up because it was clear Macheda couldn't cut it. Ho did he get into th Utd team!!
skettihoop
Due to his potential, sadly it looks like he's going to waste it. Sitll only 20 so he's got time on his side to turn it around but at the moment it's not looking promising.
TheFamousNo7
 

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