The Championship is getting towards the business end of the season and the month of February has certainly set us up nicely for the run-in.
During the last month we saw Aston Villa’s winning run come to an end, Wolves drop points to allow Cardiff in with a sniff of the title and Fulham continue to be the side to beat right now.
Meanwhile, further down the bottom, Sheffield Wednesday continued to struggle to pull away from the survival fight, Birmingham went through a poor run and Barnsley began to rally under Jose Morais.
Another gripping month, then, and now it’s time to take a look at the six nominees for the Bristol Street Motors PFA Fans’ Player of the Month award for February…
? Football FanCast (@FootballFanCast) March 5, 2018
Adama Traore is amongst the nominees and needs your votes Boro fans.
The Middlesbrough wide-man had another busy month as the men from the Riverside kept their play-off hopes alive.
He scored two goals for Boro whilst he embarked on 34 dribbles during February which was far more than anyone else in the league.
22-year-old Adama Traoré completed more dribbles ? 12 ? than all 14 Leeds United players combined ? 7 ? tonight.
He’s been at it again. ⚡ pic.twitter.com/c1I5hMcT4i
? Scouted Football (@ScoutedFtbl) March 2, 2018
Adama Traoré for Middlesbrough this season (Championship):
Key Passes (p90): 1.8
Successful Dribbles: 80.9%
One of the most technical dribblers in the league, with the ability to single-handedly win games for his team.
? Regista (@TacticalRegista) March 3, 2018