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30 September 2016
The former Dynamo Kyiv, Milan, Chelsea and Ukraine striker names his greatest teammates and opponents across a career that saw him score over 350 goals for club and country...
24 September 2016
Why didn’t Leeds win anything? Was Sven wrong not to take him to the World Cup in 2002? What did he make of Keano’s MUTV rant? And is he still a BMX bandit? Your questions were answered...
16 September 2016
Did Fergie stop him from joining the army? What was his best tackle? And has he ever actually murdered someone? Your questions answered…
16 September 2016
How did he cope with the pressure of a record price tag? Did AC Milan really celebrate at half time of the 2005 Champions League final? What's Zlatan like? Your questions answered in January 2016...
16 September 2016
FourFourTwo recently had the pleasure of talking to one of Asia’s most well-travelled footballers, Dan Ito, who has a tale for the ages… 
14 September 2016
It's been a busy period for Johor Darul Ta'zim (JDT), claiming a record third straight Malaysia Super League title and also being in AFC Cup action. But one of their stars Hariss Harun found time for a Q&A session with FourFourTwo...
11 September 2016
The ex-Singapore international delivered his verdict on the situation between the posts for the national team, telling Nicholas Tan that there are few youngsters of the calibre required to represent the nation.
Gary McAllister
10 September 2016
How mardy was Cantona? Which meant more: Leeds’ title or Liverpool’s cup treble? Has he sung his own chant? And did the ball really move before his Euro 96 penalty? Your questions answered…
8 September 2016
With the victorious Japanese team already halfway to the airport and a storm of biblical proportions bucketing down barely metres away, Thailand coach Kiatisuk Senamuang stood in the bowels of the Rajamangala Stadium and boldly told FourFourTwo his side “doesn’t fear anybody”...
8 September 2016
It's been 50 years since the Brazilian made his debut for a growing club on the outskirts of Sao Paulo. By the time Pele left, he was the greatest goalscorer of all time and had transformed the Peixe into a global force

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