Brian Clough

20 December 2016
Louis van Gaal once called a journalist big-boned, but it was nothing compared to this lot, writes Jon Spurling
Queen Elizabeth, Bobby Moore, 1966
14 December 2016
Tinfoil hats at the ready as FFT reveals the game’s most radical claims – from Messi’s coded passing patterns to Lasagne-gate...
3 November 2016
Mind games between bosses have become a common part of the modern game, but Tim Ellis picks out seven sets of coaches who had nothing but positive words to say about each other…
20 August 2016
With Manchester United having taken on Southampton in the latest new television slot this week, Richard Edwards examines the gradual shift away from 3pm kick-offs on a Saturday
16 April 2016
Norwich and Sunderland have more than Premier League survival at stake this weekend – there's a Friendship Trophy to be played for, don't you know. Nick Moore reveals more of football's lesser-known 'competitions'...
8 April 2016
As Jurgen Klopp faces his old Borussia Dortmund in the Europa League, Greg Lea looks at previous encounters between managers and their most well-associated ex-clubs. They won't let him win easily...
5 March 2016
It's Mother's Day on Sunday, so Jon Spurling picked out 10 examples of family members making things a little uncomfortable for some stars of the game...
17 September 2015
Knowing how to handle a group of players has always been considered a cornerstone of management, but Alex Hess argues it's not all it's cracked up to be...
18 August 2015
Coaches can be a crotchety old lot – just add an unbearable pressure to win, the occasional media snipe and watch the sparks fly. Seconds out, round one…
14 July 2015
To accompany FFT’s 50 Best Managers in the World list, Louis Massarella has cherry-picked a baker’s dozen of the most bonkers bosses ever. So bonkers, in fact, that Big Phil, Big Mal and Claude Anelka didn’t even make it...

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