Premier League With Vincent Kompany being appointed Anderlecht player-coach, FFT delves into the archives to explore the history of a decreasingly common phenomenon
World Cup 1998 Neil Billingham reflects on how one World Cup group game did more to repair relations between two nations than decades of diplomacy
World Cup 1998 With the world expecting Ronaldo or Batistuta to pick up the Golden Boot, it was something of a surprise to see it won by a player from a country that only gained independence seven years previously
World Cup 1994 The record-breaking Russia striker tells Neil Billingham what it's like to score five (five!) in one match
FIFA World Cup New Zealand's famously resolute showing in South Africa in 2010 wasn't the first time the All Whites have made friends and influenced people at the world's biggest sporting event, as Neil Billingham explains...
There’s plenty you can do before putting your boots on, as Liverpool’s explosive midfielder, James Milner explains
More Than A Game In late 2011, the Blades met the Owls in the third tier for only the third time in the 121 years of the Sheffield derby. FourFourTwo's Neil Billingham was there to watch...
Sing When You're Winning “I don’t want to talk about football. Switzerland lost to Germany in a friendly and FC Basel are no longer top of the league. I hate football!”
More Than A Game After the break-up of Yugoslavia, Croatia's big two quickly settled into mutual loathing... from the March 2007 issue of FourFourTwo
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