FourFourTwo is proud to announce the arrival of The Football Weekly, a free cross-platform digital publication.
The app, which works on all Apple and Android devices, updates ahead of each weekend's fixtures to bring football fans content on their mobiles. With entirely separate content from the monthly magazine (also now available in a bespoke-for-iPad version), the Weekly brings interviews, analysis, reaction and previews.
The Weekly's 28th issue analyses how Spurs got it wrong and Manchester City got it right ahead of the sides' meeting on Saturday lunchtime.
Four and half years on from pipping City to the Champions League, Tottenham have fallen light-years behind them. Rory Smith explains why.
Richard Edwards recalls the 10-day title wait. When QPR beat Leeds in their final game of 1975/76, the R's were top of the league.
But standing in their way of the title were Euro-tied Liverpool, who wouldn't conclude their pursuit of silverware for a week-and-a-half...
This weekend, Newcastle will unveil the Premier League's newest, largest and most state-of-the-art electronic scoreboard inside St James' Park, a board so monumentally massive that it's probably visible from space. "How did it come to this?" you might ask. So let Nick Harper explain...
There's the lowdown on Stuttgart defender Antonio Rudiger, the clean freak Germany international who is filling in for Philipp Lahm and interesting Chelsea.
And Michael 'Zonal Marking' Cox uses Stats Zone to explain how Daniel Sturridge can help bring the best out of Super Mario.
Plus there's the best quotes this week, while Back of the Net report on Roy Keane's beard, which has never existed according to some Aston Villa players...
And if that's not enough to make you part with your zero pence, there's the week's finest photos, a round-up of the 'other' football news you may have missed and match previews for the weekend's 10 Premier League games.
The FourFourTwo Football Weekly is downloadable for free at Google Play and the App Store and updates every Thursday.