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 30th issue focuses on fear and loathing in Manchester, as Ian Ladyman casts his eye over the tensions between City and United ahead of the derby.
 
In Germany, things aren't going swimmingly for Borussia Dortmund, languishing just one point above the relegation play-off position after losing six of their opening nine Bundesliga games.
 
BVB head into Saturday's 'Klassiker' against Bayern 14 points and 14 places behind the champions, but Uli Hesse explains why the 2012 winners aren't in panic mode.
 
Plus, there's a Halloween special in this week's edition. Sandro's scare, the dentist's curse and Dante's freak: Crispin Andrews rounds up some of football's spookiest (and sometimes just plain weird) shenanigans.
 
And there's an exclusive interview with Burnley full-back Kieran Tripper, who tells FFT about the Clarets' tough start to the season, his England dreams and, er, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
 
Matthew Amalfitano provides the lowdown on Jorginho, the Napoli midfielder making a big impact in Serie A.
 
And Michael 'Zonal Marking' Cox uses Stats Zone to show some love for Southampton's hard-working engine room that has helped keep things tight defensively.
 
Plus there's the best quotes this week, while Back of the Net report on the lukewarm reaction to Erik Lamela's rabona.
 
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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