Action Replay News and Features
Arsene Wenger Before Arsenal and the Premier League, there was Nagoya and the J.League. John Duerden remembers Wenger's halcyon days
Action Replay No Madrid player is more beloved by die-hard Blancos than the irascible wideman, who died in a car crash at 37 – though Lothar Matthaus wasn’t a fan...
Action Replay Introducing the bonkers story of NASL side Dallas Tornado and their epic adventure: featuring raging monkeys, rock-throwing rabbles... and a run-in with the Viet Cong
Action Replay The Cruyff-inspired ‘70s team may have been their greatest in history – but in the early ’90s a new golden generation helped to make Amsterdam the capital city of Europe for a second time
FA Cup Paul Simpson relives the Arctic anarchy of 1962/63, when the winter weather played havoc with the football fixtures. One team, dubbed the 'Ice Kings', somehow survived...
Action Replay In February 1972, Ronnie Radford's rocket from the mud gave the FA Cup its biggest-ever giant-killing. Leo Moynihan caught up with Supermac, John Motson and one carefree copper to get the full story
Action Replay Eleven seasons on, Huddersfield have matched the Rams' ignominious relegation after 32 matches. FFT's Chris Flanagan re-lives the misery with those who were there
Real Madrid On this day in 2000, Luis Figo left Barcelona to become Real Madrid's first 'galáctico', thus kick-starting a footballing revolution like no other. It was, recalls Ronaldo, "a term we never chose to describe ourselves" – but it was inescapable. Four of football's greats tell FFT of the glitz, glamour... and glory
Action Replay 1960s Yugoslav legend Stef Lamza had it all – including an unparalleled appetite for alcohol. But while fans adored him for it and his club tolerated it, it ultimately proved his undoing
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