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26 March 2012
In February 2007, FourFourTwo marked its 150th issue with a number of features on 'The Men Who Changed Football'. But as Jonathan Wilson notes, it's not all about the Wengers, Cantonas and Bosmans – thanks to Sky and the Premier League, perhaps the most seismic shift in football's history came off the pitch...
26 March 2012
FFT.com Editor Gary Parkinson's favourite Premier-era player is...
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26 March 2012
The Premier League is fast approaching the climax to its 20th season. Two decades is a long time in football: long enough for stories to grow into legends, long enough for babies to grow into full international players, and certainly long enough to deserve a retrospective what-was-all-that-about look back from FourFourTwo.
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26 March 2012
The weekend's top-flight action analysed by Footballistically.co.uk editor Nick Govier, with the help of the Stats Zone app from FourFourTwo and Opta
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26 March 2012
Astound your friends and irk your enemies with the help of the Stats Zone app from FourFourTwo and Opta.
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26 March 2012
As a general rule in the final third of the Serie A season, league titles aren't won by playing pretty football but ground out game after game. AC Milan certainly proved that point against AS Roma on Saturday.
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23 March 2012
Much like Timbuktu, Vladivostok is one of those places whose name conjures up evocative images of some distant outpost at the world’s end.“Vladivostok is far away,” Lenin once opined. “But it’s ours.” The Soviet Union’s founding father never gazed out upon the Pacific coast, unlike the statue of him outside the city's grandiose train station does.
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23 March 2012
The England wide-man hasn't enjoyed the most productive first season at Anfield, and Back of the Net's John Foster knows why...

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