The Football Weekly, FREE from FourFourTwo

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 29th issue focuses on a big month for Louis van Gaal, as the new Manchester United boss pits his wits against Chelsea (on Sunday), Manchester City and Arsenal. Arthur Renard reveals the Dutchman has been through this sort of thing before... and it's always ended well.
As Van Gaal prepares to face former Barcelona colleague Jose Mourinho at the weekend, Tom Kundert recalls the blossoming of an unlikely relationship during the pair's time together at the Camp Nou.
Plus, hat-tricks, hell-raising and high treason. With Luis Suarez hoping to make his Barcelona bow against Real Madrid in El Clasico, Matthew Gault revists some of the most unforgettable first-time performances in football's ultimate rivalry.
And there's an exclusive interview with QPR boss Harry Redknapp, who tells FFT about his 31 years as a manager, the challenges of dealing with players, owners and agents in today's game and his dramatic 2012 in which he stood trial for tax evasion, lost his job at Tottenham and was overlooked for England.
Andrew Gibney provides the lowdown on Nabil Fekir, Lyon's latest wonderkid causing an international dispute.
And Michael 'Zonal Marking' Cox uses Stats Zone to explain why Saturday's big battle in La Liga could be the most evenly-balanced yet.
Plus there's the best quotes this week, while Back of the Net report on Manchester United's regrets about taking part in the World Series...
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 full 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.



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