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Loan Deal Agreed

Loan Deal Agreed

As if by magic!

On the very same day that Rafael da Silva puts pen to paper on a four year deal at Old Trafford, news filters through that his twin brother has got his loan move.

It appears that all those rumours linking Fabio to Queens Park Rangers were correct with the Loftus Road outfit agreeing a season long loan deal.

We can only hope that Fabio gets more match-time than another United youngster who went to Loftus Road, Macheda, who virtually disappeared off the radar.



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Writer:Red Boy
Date:Monday July 2 2012
Time: 7:06PM

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Best of luck to him, hopefully this time QPR don't get one of our players on loan then sign another 2 players for the same position how are tried and proving thus suffocating them of any real chance. If it does turn out QPR sign more LB's and don't really give Fabio a chance, call him back straight away. QPR isn't my first choice to send youngsters out to and I would've much preferred to see Fabio learning attractive football and developing his technical game under Martinez at Wigan.
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04/07/2012 16:04:00
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