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In today’s Fiver: Diego Costa, transfer tax and plain weird dragon-boating

If Diego Costa knows one thing, it is how to wind up his enemies. His particular skill, so potent as to essentially be a superpower, is using often gentle physical contact in a way that so enrages the contacted party that it destroys their concentration, sends them into a wild fury and renders them incapable of going about their job in a sensible and productive manner. As he perfected this dark art Costa stamped on ankles, shoved chests, headbutted, spat, kicked and elbowed, honing his skills so well that he has now moved on to long-distance, remote provocation.

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