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 25th issue asks 'do derbies still matter?' with both the Merseyside and north London showpieces taking place on Saturday. Who care about local pride in the race for the Champions League? Nick Moore asks players and fans of Arsenal, Tottenham, Liverpool and Everton how important derbies are...
Matt Allen looks back at derby day flashes in the pan; the otherwise forgettable players who made headlines on their club's big day. Players like Danny Cadamarteri, David Oldfield, Bernard Lambourde and Benjani.
While Richard Edwards chats to Leicester defensive rocks of the mid-to-late '90s about the current Foxes side, success under Martin O'Neill and more.
Plus, there's the lowdown on Roma's Mattia Destro, linked with Chelsea but now looking to shoot down Manchester City in the Champions League next week.
FFT also uses Stats Zone to preview Manchester United's game against West Ham, as Michael Cox explains how wide-man Stewart Downing has adapted in style.
There's also a round-up of the best quotes this week, while Back of the Net reports on Luke Shaw's attempts to impress Louis van Gaal.
And if that's not enough to make you part with your zero pence, there's match previews for all 10 of the weekend's Premier League games, the week's finest photos and a round-up of the 'other' football news you may have missed.
The FourFourTwo Football Weekly is downloadable for free at Google Play and the App Store and updates every Thursday.