Action Replay

14 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...
26 January 2016
When he took over at Bayern Munich in 2009 the Bavarians were in turmoil. Having described himself as “self-confident, dominant and arrogant” in his first press conference, the Dutchman transformed the club, taking them to a league and cup double. But how? Uli Hesse explains…
29 December 2015
Fifty-two years on from a third round blighted by extreme weather, Paul Simpson relives the Arctic anarchy. Brrrrr!
27 December 2015
He was dismissed as ‘The Translator’, but Jose Mourinho always had his sights aimed high...
11 September 2015
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…
7 June 2015
Barcelona was far from a happy place when Johan Cruyff walked back through the door as coach in 1988. More than 25 years on, his legacy is keenly felt at the Nou Camp and beyond, writes Andrew Murray...
2 May 2005
Before Aguero there was the closest title race ever: George Graham’s rebuilt Arsenal against Liverpool in the final 90 minutes of the entire season. But as a TV audience of millions watched on, no one could have predicted its dramatic conclusion...
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