How Adel Taarabt ruined his move to Man United
Adel Taarabt, 21 years old, has been in brilliant form for Championship side QPR this season, helping them to the top of the table. Taarabt claimed days ago that Manchester United are monitoring his progress for a possible summer move.
But QPR boss Neil Warnock has told the Moroccan international to forget such a move after last weekend’s goalless draw at Hull City when the attacker showed his moody side as he bickered with his team-mates and asked to be substituted during the first half of the game in front of United scouts (see the video below).
“He let himself down on Saturday,” said Warnock.
“United came to watch him and he had a strop. I said on the bus that’s done that, hasn’t it?
“He can forget about joining United. I’m delighted because it means we’ve no chance of losing him now.”
Watch how Adel ruined his chance to move to Manchester United:
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7 thoughts on “How Adel Taarabt ruined his move to Man United”
Glad he had his strop. Hopefully it will put other teams off him and keep him at QPR longer. Also we built a team around him to balance out against his weaknesses I cannot see another club doing that.
doesnt this remind you of anyone that was sold to real madrid lol
Warnocks comments are just designed to keep the guy!
Cantona was a loose cannon with baggage and also one of UTD’s best ever signing.
Ronaldo liked his strops but he was still a UTD legend
I’m sure if we signed him Fergie would be able to manage him so lets judge the guy on his football ability.
More petulance and disagreeable characters.Why just now sign El Hadji Diouf,that will make a wonderful pair. 🙂
Ps Glad to see the Site resolved its technical issue’s,I saw Tom Addison mention it on another United forum,while trying to argue the merits of Ronaldo over Beckham etc. 😉
@QPR-FAN: Yes mate, it is good news for your club.. and i think it is the best time to see QPR in the Premier League..Good luck and thanks for passing by.
@Richard: I agree with you mate
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If United don’t sign him, he will show them that they should have.
He is something very very special. But a hot head.
we need him pls he shows he is ready 2 play 4 only unitd
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