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20 June 2017
The Italian who saves butts (twice) and one of the most exciting coaches in the world, tasked with cracking a problem for Lionel Messi
20 June 2017
Barcelona’s new kid still has something to prove, while a man whose surname is ‘Victory’ is able to live up to his own billing
20 June 2017
An an ice-cold tactician who warms the hearts of fans and a certain French manager who sharply divides opinion 
19 June 2017
A pair of Northern Irishmen creating history, plus the Turkmenian giant-killer who masterminded the ‘Russian Leicester’
12 June 2017
For teenagers on the verge of pro contracts, rejection at the final hurdle is the bitterest of pills to swallow. But for one last chance there's the exit trials, where discarded youngsters face off in a game that could help determine their futures
Chapecoense
9 June 2017
On November 28, 2016 a plane carrying Brazilian team Chapecoense crashed, killing 71 of the 77 passengers on board. Today, they're fifth in Brazil's Serie A after five games of the new season. FFT talks to those attempting to heal the club and local community
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6 June 2017
RB Leipzig sporting director Ralf Rangnick has told FourFourTwo that FA technical director Dan Ashworth was very keen to appoint him as England's manager in 2016.
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6 June 2017
Javier Zanetti has told FourFourTwo that Manchester United were among several ‘big clubs’ that he could have signed for, but his ties to Inter Milan were too strong.
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1 June 2017
Xabi Alonso has told FourFourTwo that his entire body was left shaking following Nigel de Jong’s ‘kung fu’ challenge into his chest during the 2010 World Cup Final.
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1 June 2017
RB Leipzig’s sporting director Ralf Rangnick has told FourFourTwo that he now regrets turning down the opportunity to take Jamie Vardy to Germany in 2012.

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