FEDERICO MACHEDA: SAMPDORIA IS THE “WORST MISTAKE” OF MY CAREER


his rather unspectacular career was when he made the switch to Sampdoria.

The once highly rated prospect made a sterling remark when he scored two goals for the Red Devils senior squad in his first two games.

Subsequently, he was unable to hold down a regular shirt due to his undulating performances.

The striker has had several loan spells at several clubs in the English Championships and beyond. The Italian spent time at Sampdoria, QPR, Stuggart, Doncaster Rovers, and Birmingham City before joining Cardiff City on a permanent deal. He has been sent on loan again to Nottingham Forest.

The player told The Sun:

“Sir Alex Ferguson told me it would not be bad for me to go out on loan to be fit for the following season,” the striker started.


Federico Macheda wants to succeed at Nottingham Forest


Federico Macheda, who has just signed a loan deal with Nottingham Forest, wants to succeed at Nottingham Forest. The striker who is on loan from Cardiff City has joined Forest for the remainder of the season.

When asked how he feel about his new club, the former Manchester United player was keen to show that he felt at home at the club. He stated that Forest is a big club and with a big fan base and that he will be interested in staying there for the long term if ever he was offered the opportunity.

Macheda first came to the Premier League in 2009 and scored a sensational goal for Manchester United against Aston Villa. He was then 17 years old and pundits around the world predicted that the Italian striker will be a world class player.


Even when fully recovered, Macheda doesn’t play a key role


Federico Macheda got back into fitness and was fully recovered back in November of 2015 but even though he is more than ready to play, the Italian player has failed to land any important role in Cardiff City.

When Macheda did manage to get back in shape, he expressed his happiness in being able to return to the pitch as the former Manchester United player said:
"Personally, I'm feeling good.


Once Fernando Torres had decided to move to Atletico Madrid


Once Fernando Torres had decided to move to Atletico Madrid, goals were expected to flow for the Spanish striker.

He is someone who lives on confidence and the advantage provided by the home supporters will be crucial in building confidence. Torres is regarded as a hero at Atletico Madrid. He came through the ranks at the club before going on to captain them. Torres’ popularity grew to immense levels during his spell at Liverpool when he was regarded as one of the best strikers in the world. However, he has struggled for goals since 2011 when he moved to Chelsea.


Italian Serie A title has been won by Juventus in the past four seasons


The Italian Serie A title has been won by Juventus in the past four seasons, but their manager Massimiliano Allegri believes that there will be an improved title challenge from the likes of Inter Milan and AC Milan.

Both Milan clubs have had incredible declines in the last five years. During the same period, Juventus have become a force to reckon with once again. They are expected to struggle after the departure of Antonio Conte, but Allegri has stepped into the role quite seamlessly. After having led the club to yet another league title, Allegri almost won the Champions League last season.


Italian Serie A title has been won by Juventus in the past four seasons


The Italian Serie A title has been won by Juventus in the past four seasons, but their manager Massimiliano Allegri believes that there will be an improved title challenge from the likes of Inter Milan and AC Milan.

Both Milan clubs have had incredible declines in the last five years. During the same period, Juventus have become a force to reckon with once again. They are expected to struggle after the departure of Antonio Conte, but Allegri has stepped into the role quite seamlessly. After having led the club to yet another league title, Allegri almost won the Champions League last season.


Cardiff City may very well decide to cash in


Cardiff City may very well decide to cash in on the interest from Italian Serie A on one of their strikers,Federico Macheda.

The Italian has not been seen in his home country since his time with Sampdoria. After spending a few months on loan at Cardiff City, the former Manchester United man decided to call the championship outfit as his home. However, the presence of many strikers at the disposal of manager Russell Slade is likely to see Macheda leaving the club before the end of this transfer window.Frosinone are the latest club to join the Italian Serie A after being promoted from the second division.


Federico Macheda believes same as Ravel Morrison


Former Manchester United striker Federico Machedabelieves that Ravel Morrison has what it takes to become a success in Italian football.

Morrison has a bad boy reputation in England and he has never done well at any of his previous club like West Ham and Manchester United. However, he has shown flashes of brilliance from time to time and he is still regarded as one of the top English talents in the world today.Macheda backs his former United teammate to rediscover his love for the game. Morrison will be moving to Italian outfit Lazio, a club whereMacheda started his career, in the summer.


Federico Macheda back in Form


Former Manchester striker Federico Macheda looks to be back in the reckoning to start a match for Cardiff City after manager Russell Slade stated that the Italian deserves some game time.

After making his move to Cardiff permanent in the summer,Macheda has been looking to kickstart his career. His career has suffered immensely over the last couple of years due to injuries, but he seems to be over those issues of late. Still, it has not helped him regain his form. After managing to put in a great performance in the match against Rotherdam,Macheda appears to have done enough to convince Slade.


Federico Macheda signed by Cardiff City


After not being able to turn into an important figure in Old Trafford despite being a player of Manchester United for over 5 seasons, Federico Macheda was released by the Premier League club and was signed on a free transfer by Cardiff City.

Upon joining Cardiff City, his time in the playing grounds of his new club have been much greater compared to when he used to be a player of Manchester United and the Italian forward is optimistic that he can score at least 15 goals with his new team but at the same time, Macheda is also aware that Cardiff City are not the favorites on winning the English Championship League title.


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