Premier League In 1992, a group broke away from Division 1 to form a brand new league with an exciting revenue model. Sound familiar? Andrew Murray remembers the first-ever Premier League season
Andy Murray ponders whether Jose Mourinho’s forgotten pair are doing it their way, without their manager’s help…
Edinson Cavani is merely the latest in a long line of outstanding talents to fall victim of Britain's insular footballing opinions
In 2000, Deportivo became Spanish champions – now, they’re languishing in the third tier for the first time since 1981. How on Earth did things get so bad? FFT goes in search of answers
Year Zero Cristiano Ronaldo was branded a showpony, then a pariah, as his future at Old Trafford looked to be on the rocks. But in 2006, he strapped a rocket launcher to his career. As the Portuguese great turns 35, we look at the season that made him
FFT 100 Greatest Diego Maradona has died, aged 60. The force of his exceptional talent and willpower bent the football world to his reality to such at extent that in 2017, we ranked him the greatest to ever play the game
El Clasico Barcelona and Real Madrid despise one another - but it took a symbiotic relationship in the noughties to make their rivalry the biggest in world football. Ahead of Saturday's Clasico, FFT delves into the blossoming of a bitter romance
Joshua Kimmich's summer hasn’t exactly panned out as expected, but it’s going to end with a Champions League final. The Bayern Munich man tells FFT about ending seven years of hurt, life in lockdown – and getting handy in the garden...
Atlético Madrid The Argentine has performed miracles during his nine years at the helm, taking Atletico from 13th in La Liga to title winners and European trophies – now he bids for Champions League glory
CHAMPIONS At just 21, Liverpool's homegrown wonderkid is part of a tactical revolution. FourFourTwo asked experts how he's doing it
Longread England's first Euro 96 knockout game against Spain saw the Three Lions finally put their Italia 90 penalty hoodoo to bed... didn't it?
Johan Cruyff Four years on from his passing, we look at the enduring legacy Johan Cruyff left at the Nou Camp – and what it means for football worldwide today
UEFA Champions League With the La Liga giants both suffering ignominous exits last term, we take at look at how the pair can dominate the Champions League once more
Neymar To understand what Neymar might do next – or where he might go – you have to know a little about his inner circle
Premier League We’re only two weeks in, but we’ve already had tiresome debate, fan opprobrium and wild conspiracy thinking. Andrew Murray wonders whether the criticism of VAR is missing the point
Lists Adrian could miss this weekend's action after being taken out by an exuberant Liverpool fan during Wednesday's Super Cup celebrations. Andrew Murray picks out some other strange ailments...
Premier League Liverpool to win nowt, Aston Villa to get tiresome and Lewis Dunk getting naked in a bath tub – it's all in Andrew Murray's crystal ball
Jadon Sancho Manchester United? Real Madrid? Bayern Munich? When Andrew Murray had an extended sit down with Borussia Dortmund’s young superstar, what he found was a player who knows how good life is in Germany
Lists Winning 97 points and still not lifting the title? Liverpool fans, that’s small fry compared to these nine teams who went full Icarus in the face of impending triumph
Ajax In 2011, we visited Holland to see what’s so special about the Dutch giants’ famous system – and took a peek at their fancy new digs
Liverpool The Dutch defender has transformed the Reds into Premier and Champions League contenders – and even he thinks he’s been worth every penny...
Leeds United Our staff writer Andy Murray headed for Yorkshire to meet the flying Whites winger – and found someone perfectly at home with his form… and himself
FourFourTwo FourFourTwo’s Andy Murray went to Liverpool’s training ground to interview the Reds’ defensive totem for our latest cover story. But what’s the Dutchman really like?
Lists Crystal Palace goalkeeper Wayne Hennessey has tried to defend his strange salute during a team meal, but who's buying it? Andrew Murray looks back at football's other poor excuses for excuses
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