Action Replay

9 June 2016
Matthias Sindelar was arguably the finest player of the inter-war years, until a tap-in signalled the end of his career… and, depending on who you believe, his life. FFT tells his amazing story...
8 June 2016
Peter Beardsley singing, George Best getting punchy, Uri Geller in a helicopter and more…
10 May 2016
Liverpool's achievements in 1986 were special for various reasons – not only did they beat their local rivals to both prizes, but recovered from a serious points deficit too. Sam Drury takes you through the ride...
13 April 2016
United's cup ties are constantly televised – tonight's quarter-final replay against West Ham is their 52nd consecutive tussle on the box – yet, as Rich Edwards explains, it wasn't too long ago that they abandoned the competition altogether...
23 March 2016
English football's domestic cup competitions are often considered second rate by some, but there's a reason nobody gets misty-eyed about the Zenith Data Systems Cup. 
15 March 2016
Almost 30 years on, Richard Edwards recalls the magical month when Jim McLean’s side saw off El Tel’s Spanish giants home and away en route to the UEFA Cup final...
4 March 2016
Sensible business models? Pah! Two decades before MLS finally did it properly, soccer Stateside was run by rock stars, movie moguls and music execs. Oh, but it was fun...
1 March 2016
He may not be as recognisable as Chopper Harris, Billy Bremner or Vinnie Jones, but Roy McDonough was a tough nut like no other. After all, you don’t get a record 13 red cards unless you like a scrap…
23 February 2016
With its American showmanship and (for some reason) Darth Vader, it was, for a small pocket of time, the USA’s biggest football competition. So amid all the dry ice and fireworks, why did such a revolutionary enterprise end in tears?
3 February 2016
Two decades on to the day, Joe Crann reflects on South Africa's greatest footballing success story – something they have failed to build on in the years since...

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