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30 January 2015
Why Safuwan can be Singapore's Tim Cahill
A Tim Cahill-led charge is changing the face of football in Australia, and
thinks Safuwan Baharudin could do the same for Singapore following his move Down Under.
14 January 2015
Why transfer rumours twist and shout louder than the Beatles
January means it's crazy season when it comes to transfer rumours, as
is all too happy to discuss.
13 January 2015
Oman Scouting Report: A bigger test for Socceroos
In a tournament where many teams have recently made coaching changes and are going through a period of transition, Oman are surprisingly settled.
8 January 2015
No guts or glory: Why Southeast Asia keeps missing the Asian Cup boat
For the second successive Asian Cup finals stage, there will be no Southeast Asian country in sight.
investigates as the tournament kicks off in Australia...
31 December 2014
Overachieving or under par? Your team's winner and loser of the season so far
assesses the two players from each Premier League team at opposite ends of the spectrum...
23 December 2014
Breakdown: Burns ends seven-year itch
Seven years after making his international debut, Nathan Burns returns to the Socceroos squad that will take on the continent's best in January's Asian Cup.
8 December 2014
A-League: Five things we learned from round nine
Round nine of the A-League and Kenny Lowe's Perth Glory continue to look the goods. Cronan Yu takes us through five things we learned from the latest action-packed instalment.
2 December 2014
What boots do the FFT100 wear?
The favoured footwear of FFT's Best 100 Players in the World...
1 December 2014
How Cristiano Ronaldo became the world's best - and why his decline is still a long way off
charts the rise of FourFourTwo's Best Football Player in the World 2014, Cristiano Ronaldo, and ponders what could be next for the Real Madrid and Portugal superstar...
1 December 2014
Why Philipp Lahm is the world's second-best player… at least
Surprised that the German outdid Lionel Messi? Don't be, says