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10 August 2016
The Bianconeri may rule supreme in Italy, but Adam Digby argues that the loss of the France international proves they're still not quite at the continent's top table...
9 August 2016
As the 2016/17 Premier League season fast approaches, fans will be excited to see whether the money their club's have spent has been wisely invested. Greg Lea gives you the lowdown on the players hoping to hit the ground running...
9 August 2016
Will Spurs live to regret their late collapse last term, or will they be better equipped to lift the title this time around as a result? Seb Stafford-Bloor mulls over some key talking points...
8 August 2016
Last season Jamie Vardy, N'Golo Kante and Riyad Mahrez inspired Leicester City to the Premier League title, but who could have a similar effect on your team's fortunes this campaign? Seb Stafford-Bloor explains who could make the difference…
8 August 2016
The Pep Guardiola era at the Etihad Stadium begins with the visit of Sunderland on Saturday, with the Premier League title in City's sights. Stephen Tudor introduces some key talking points ahead of the new campaign...
5 August 2016
Paul Pogba's attracted most of the headlines related to United's transfer business this summer, but there's also likely to be some departures from Old Trafford this month. Scott Patterson runs the rule over the Red Devils' squad...
4 August 2016
Sevilla's new signing has enjoyed plenty of highs and endured many lows in recent years, but Jack Lang explains why he might finally be ready to take Europe by storm...
3 August 2016
“When you sign a six-year contract and you end up there 10 months, yeah, I believe I was,” the new Sunderland boss declared recently. But that’s not so, says Republik of Mancunia’s Scott Patterson, who pulls no punches in his rebuttal...
2 August 2016
It's that time again. The Season Preview edition of FourFourTwo is here, available in print, and on iPad and iPhone from Wednesday August 3...
1 August 2016
Farhad Moshiri won't pump money into the transfer market for the sake of it, writes Seb Stafford-Bloor. Instead, Ronald Koeman and Steve Walsh will aim to combine successful structures from their previous clubs on Merseyside

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