Macheda Accept Not Working Hard Enough With Manchester Is His Biggest Regret

The Italian striker Federico Macheda burst onto the scene at Old Trafford, however, he concedes that the efforts he put was not enough and now he finds turning out in Serie B. Federico Macheda accepted that because of not working hard enough at the time when he was at Manchester United is his career biggest regret. At Trafford, leaving Lazio to join the youth set-up, the striker take pleasure of the dream debut, he made with the Red Devils when he netted an astonishing winner opposite Aston Villa in the year 2009 in April.

In spite of being onto the scene under Sir Alex Ferguson, he slipped down soon as the pecking order and then ended up leaving for Cardiff in the year 2014 after that he has many forgettable loan spells. Macheda got many opportunities to show his talent, but he failed to recreate his spark in South Wales. The result of the same happened that he landed in Serie B side Novara in 2016. In an interview, he said, “Regrets? I have only one.

He said “When I become the part of the Manchester United first team, I had to perform well. I was supposed to give three times better performance that what I had already. But, I didn’t do that, this is the only regret I have. Though, that mistake has given me many lessons, but that lead to huge loss.”

“My advice to the younger players at the time was that did listen to close friends and relatives, and surround self with people who love. Managing pressure is never easy. You have to focus only on the things that you do on the pitch. Also, don’t take the words of media seriously. Keep them saying what they are, you focus on your skill.”