Title race(s) special – plus Giles, Lofty and hostages

Our March issue is hitting the shelves as we write this, and you won’t want to miss out. Here’s why you should get it, NOW...

Title race specialWe’ve got ourselves all excited about this season’s Premier League title race, seeing as it's one of the closest in years. But what do the players make of it all? We interview Berbatov, Nasri, Lampard and Silva to find out, and receive a fascinating insight from Chris Waddle into a certain Gareth Bale...

“We have a hostage situation”Kidnapping isn’t a funny business, but it is a crazy one – especially when football is concerned. With victims including Johan Cruyff and Robinho’s mum, FFT discovers how two worlds can collide.

Chesterfield charge onTheir team is top of League Two, but you try getting a smile out of Spireites fans. “It’ll go wrong – it always does,” says one supporter. Cheer up!

Luton v Wimbledon v Crawley TownIt’s a fascinating battle for supremacy in the Blue Square Premier. But who will make the Football League: the fallen idols, the martyrs or the wodge-wavers?

Picture Special: the Home Nations rememberedWith England mooting a new home nations tournament while the others carry on without them, we delve through the best photographs from its predecessor (warning: may feature perms).

One-on-One: Johnny GilesThe Leeds legend answers your questions. The Damned United may crop up...

Sun, sea and socc... er, footballOur look into England’s major title races takes a detour to the south coast, to see what all the fuss in League One is about around Brighton and Bournemouth.

How to get out of the ChampionshipEasy it ain’t, but three teams manage to do it every season. We ask the managers who made it into the Premier League.

A tribute to Nat LofthouseFrom the mines to memory, Lofthouse won’t be forgotten. But we thought we’d make sure.

To make this issue, with these features and more, FourFourTwo spoke to (deep breath)... Cheik Tiote, Graeme Souness, Luca Toni, Samir Nasri, Mikel Arteta, John Barnes, Frank Lampard, Dimitar Berbatov, Dwight Yorke, Nilmar, Roque Santa Cruz, Kevin Keegan, David Silva, Johnny Giles, Dave Beasant, Tony Mombray, Jon-Paul McGovern, Mark Wilson, Nigel Worthington, Ashley Cole, Diego Forlan, Radamel Falcao, Richie Humphreys, Tom Bender, Kevin Rutkiewicz, Craig Easton, Teddy Sheringham, Tony Cascarino, Danny Wilson, Anthony Pilkington, Willy Sagnol, Lee Dixon, Jonathan Douglas, Darren Anderton, Jermaine Jenas, Nick Owen, Michel Salgado, Jackie Sewell, Gus Poyet, Steve McManaman, Chris Waddle, Graham Westley, Jeff Stelling, Aidy Boothroyd, Phil Brown, a page three model, the chaplain of Portsmouth FC and Allan ‘Sniffer’ Clarke.

Sounds great. Give me one!