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21 September 2014
How Saturday's matches panned out, analysed by FFT.com Editor Gary Parkinson with the help of Stats Zone
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19 September 2014
Jose Mourinho held off fixing his striker crisis last season with the Brazil-born striker in mind. Thore Haugstad explains why...
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19 September 2014
The Great Swede tells FourFourTwo all about the goal he considers one of his best - a mazy run and tidy finish in an Eredivisie match between Ajax and NAC Breda...
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19 September 2014
Brian Clough's first FourFourTwo column appeared in the July 2001 issue - allowing Old Big 'Ead to pontificate on Player of the Year 'Edward' Sheringham, tabloid sensation Brooklyn Beckham and the Alf Inge Haaland-injuring Roy Keane...
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19 September 2014
With the departure of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, there’s a difficult philosophical transition to be made at Cardiff, as Back of the Net explains...
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19 September 2014
Tempers flared between Allegri and Inzaghi during their time at Milan, but a shift in roles sees them line up against one another in one of Serie A's biggest games, writes Adam Digby... 
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19 September 2014
With Newcastle fans set to step up their protests against the Alan Pardew era at St James' Park on Saturday, Rob Stewart questions what good removing the under-fire manager will really do...
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19 September 2014
West Ham hero Mark Noble speaks to FourFourTwo back in October 2007, when he was just 20 years old...
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19 September 2014
The Manchester United boss isn't afraid of making enemies in his quest for glory; heck, he's been ruffling feathers since his breakthrough days at Sparta Rotterdam, as Richard Edwards discovers...
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19 September 2014
FFT's Spanish whizz Tim Stannard on another dose of new-look Barca, running Rodriguez and a tough time for Gerard Deulofeu...

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