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Macheda - Off On Loan Again?

Yesterday, we commented on how we viewed this coming season as a make-or-break season for Federicho Macheda.

Having wasted the majority of last season on loan at Queens Park Rangers, Macheda returned to Old Trafford hoping to make a breakthrough into the first team squad.

However, the apparent reluctance of Dimitar Berbatov to move on; leaves Macheda as the fifth choice striker for United, behind Rooney, Hernandez, Welbeck and Berbatov.

Therefore, it`s now being inferred that Sir Alex Ferguson will be looking to loan Macheda out for the season, possibly to a Championship side.

So does that make it make-or-break or make-and-broke?



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Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday July 13 2012

Time: 1:03PM

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He needs to start showing positive signs again because at the moment he's looking more and more like a player who could've been world class but squandered his potential. As motormad said in a previous article the lad has seemingly bought into all the wonderkid tag and since just hasn't been overly bothered as though things would fall into place for him. The kids too arrogant, not neccessarily a bad thing because all the best players in the world possess that bit of arrogance, it's what separates them from the rest but Macheda's arrogance has just made him lazy. He didn't want to go on loan to Wigan for whatever reason (i perceived it as him thinking he's too good for them) and paid for it by never getting played at QPR, time to be more humble. Personally can't see how much hep is progressed or whether in fact his gone the other way. It'll be a shame to see him waste his ability and I hope whatever he chooses to do next season he will knuckle down and get back on the right path, if there's no change in attitude send him packing no doubt that will be a dose of reality and bruised ego for him.
TheFamousNo7
 

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