England

Sven-Goran Eriksson
12 January 2017
When Sven-Goran Eriksson took over as England’s first foreign manager in February 2001, he faced a staggering 'welcome' from high-level officials and gutter-level tabloids. Fifteen years on from his arrival, Steve Anglesey explains why – and what happened next 
11 January 2017
Once, they were at the forefront of the world game. Now, only four Englishmen are coaching a team in their own nation’s top flight. FFT asks if there’s any way back 
SHARES
11 January 2017
Wilfried Zaha, 24, is happy with his decision to switch allegiances from England to Ivory Coast.
Cristiano Ronaldo
5 January 2017
Cristiano's at it again with his chocolate chip cookies (yeah, we know). Pete Sharland, Jason Eves and Alex Peace pick out the best from a bizarre bunch of other product blessings
30 December 2016
The year 2016 may not have been a great one for civilisation as a whole, but it's been a great one for FourFourTwo photography
SHARES
29 December 2016
Criticism from the press contributed to England's Euro 2016 downfall, Gylfi Sigurdsson has told Omnisport.
Claudio Ranieri, Mauricio Pochettino
28 December 2016
Not every successful manager was tipped for glory from the start. FFT's Chris Flanagan looks at those who proved the doubters wrong 
Bob Bradley, Swansea City
27 December 2016
Bob Bradley - the first American to manage a Premier League side - lasted just 85 days in Swansea, winning two of his 11 matches in charge. Nick Harper looks back at some more oh-so-brief stints...
SHARES
23 December 2016
England's Euro 2016 elimination to Iceland took Roy Hodgson completely by surprise.
SHARES
22 December 2016
Chelsea head coach Antonio Conte arrived at Stamford Bridge from the Italy national team job so knows why Steve Holland has chosen England.

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