England Coleen Rooney and Rebekah Vardy are embroiled in WAG wars this week, but did England’s other halves really cost Sven’s charges the World Cup? Steve Anglesey hits the Black Forest
More Than A Game It's the south-coast derby that hardly ever happens. And when it does, ancient maritime rivalries get out of hand – as Steve Morgan reported in the April 2004 edition of FourFourTwo
FourFourTwo FC Pripyat were preparing for a cup semi-final and move to a new stadium in April 1986 when Chernobyl changed everything. Their former captain recalls how a progressive town and its football team came to an abrupt, tragic end
Manchester United Aha! Whether you love him or laugh at him, the ex-copper’s Twitter chat and Manchester United rants are compulsive viewing. He explains life from his side of the screen...
FourFourTwo FFT travels deep into drug cartel country to find a man loving life managing second-tier Dorados de Sinaloa – and more than happy to lend a hand at Old Trafford
Gary Lineker Can a moniker make or break a career? How did Mighty Mouse become the father of all German Kevins? Huw Davies uncovers the game’s bizarre and at times baffling nomenclature
Arsenal Jon Spurling on the controversial figure who took Arsenal to Highbury over a hundred years ago
Football League The two old Lancashire clubs face wildly different situations with the same threatening conclusion: expulsion from the Football League. Is there an easy fix to any of this?
Tottenham Hotspur On this day in 1978, World Cup stars Ossie Ardiles and Ricky Villa were treated to a ticker-tape welcome for their Tottenham debuts. The British game’s first major influx of overseas stars turned gloom into glamour – and started a revolution
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