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Adama Traore Good Enough for Manchester City

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Well, according to Tim Sherwood.

 

Adama Traore’s is free to play for Middlesbrough on Friday night after his red card against Sunderland was rescinded. With the help of Traore’s first coach in England, Adam Bate looks at why that is bad news for Leeds now that the winger is flying under Tony Pulis.

"He could go and play for Manchester City tomorrow," Tim Sherwood tells Sky Sports.

"Not Manchester United as he's not necessarily a Jose Mourinho player, but he could be a Pep Guardiola player and play free and loose. He could probably set the world alight. He has got those qualities. He is eye-catching and he gets people on the edge of their seats."

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Another Tim Sherwood pearler. 

He comes across as one of the most arrogant people in football; reckons he's better than anyone and everyone in the game and thinks he knows it all. 

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Why does football continue to give air time to these sort of clowns? Sherwood is arrogant and deluded as you say, constantly spouts lies and tries to claim successes that aren’t his. He’s just another in a long list

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12 minutes ago, Bluebird Hewitt said:

I read that as Armand Traorè and thought Warnock was on a wind up. xD

wouldn't put it past Sherwood getting the wrong Traore anyway.

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He’s quick and that’s about it, a Spanish Gabby Agbonlahor he’ll get you nowhere but do it in rapid fashion. Worth about £25m in English football

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Tim "I shoot from the hip" Sherwood.

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