Last July, football mourned after losing one of its greatest ever characters; a man loved in not one but two nations thanks to his outstanding work as both a player and manager
Qatar's forthcoming World Cup has been dogged by allegations of financial impropriety and workers' rights abuses – bust hosting the tournament is not the limit of the country's footballing ambitions
Liverpool goalkeeper Alisson reveals his goals for this season and how not listening to Jurgen Klopp sometimes pays off
The Bergamo region of Italy was one of Europe's worst-hit areas in the first wave of coronavirus – and Atalanta's debut Champions League campaign may have contributed to it
Long before Roman Abramovich’s billions and Jose Mourinho’s opinions, there was a tiny Sardinian who transformed the face of Chelsea forever...
Nile Ranger has rejoined Southend after three years without a professional club. Tipped for the very top after making his Newcastle debut aged 18, the striker tells FFT about his troubled past, long list of regrets... and what he'll do with his final chance
INTERVIEW Former Newcastle and Tottenham star David Ginola arrived in England in 1995 with journalists asking him who he was – then picked up the Player of the Year award aged 32...
FFT INTERVIEW When Pep Guardiola said he wouldn’t need to replace the departing David Silva with a megabucks arrival, he meant it. FFT met Phil Foden last summer - and he told us he was raring to go
Action Replay When Sven-Goran Eriksson took over as England’s first foreign manager in February 2001, he faced a staggering 'welcome' from high-level officials and gutter-level tabloids. Fifteen years on from his arrival, Steve Anglesey explains why – and what happened next
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