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Boro would miss Traore's tenacity

Middlesbrough
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Boro would miss Traore's tenacity, urgency if he were sold to Chelsea

Brian McBride and Ross Dyer delve into the latest January transfer rumours.

Unimpressive at Barcelona and a controversial figure at Aston Villa, Adama Traore's arrival at Middlesbrough was rather bemusing.

The man who brought him to England, Tim Sherwood, described him as "a bit of Messi and a bit of Ronaldo". So, what would Boro fans tell you about 20-year-old Traore? That his arrival made an instant impact on atmosphere when he signed, that pulses began to race on his debut with a cameo appearance against Crystal Palace. In just the nine minutes he was on the pitch,...

 By Tom Adams

Sanchez's expressions about passion and competitiveness not discontent

Janusz Michallik believes Alexis Sanchez's competitiveness combined with contract uncertainties play into his frustrations.
Stewart Robson joins the FC boys to discuss Alexis Sanchez's mood swings at Arsenal and why he'll be leaving the Gunners.
Alexis Sanchez looked visibily upset after being subbed out ten minutes from time against Swansea.

There is a curious tendency in sport to see an outward show of emotion as some kind of transgression which is not to be tolerated; any expression of character an unwelcome diversion from the clean, clear lines along which our experience of the game should run.

Alexis Sanchez's "sulk" against Swansea City was one such moment, but there are many. You can see it in the attempt to make a unique individual like Lewis Hamilton conform to convention or the rush to vilify Nick Kyrgios when he shows his...

 By John Crace

Holding on to young stars like Rose is first step in Spurs' rise to Prem power

With their most recent show-stopping win, the FC boys debate the strengths of Spurs squad and their title credentials.

It was bound to happen. When a team is playing as well as Tottenham are, then bigger clubs are going to come looking. This week it's been reported that Manchester City are planning a bid for Danny Rose in the summer.

It would have been far more newsworthy if Pep Guardiola had said he had no interest in the Spurs left-back. Rose has been -- by some distance -- the best left-back in the Premier League all season. His pace and crossing ability have terrified opponents, while at the same time becoming...