Leeds United Towards the end of Marcelo Bielsa's first year as Leeds coach, the Yorkshire team looked set to end their 15-year stint in the wilderness. As they restart their quest for promotion, we revisit Phil Hay's account of how the Argentine coach ended up in the north of England
Premier League Andrew Murray remembers the Premier League's very first campaign – when boy, were things very different
Serie A Golaccio! During the 1990s, Italy was the undisputed home of football. Serie A teams owned 13 European trophies, six world-record transfers and six Ballon d’Or winners, plus every iconic star from Asprilla to Zidane. Welcome to a time when Calcio was king...
Action Replay Hapless title holders, unlikely contenders at the top and a glut of mid-ranking sides upsetting the established order – the 1937/38 season was mental from start to finish
Palmeiras Twenty-five years ago, Palmeiras were obliterating all around them with an all-star team bankrolled by an Italian company. And then it all went wrong...
Everton The coaching duo will join forces at Goodison Park after Boa Morte’s arrival as assistant this summer – and Elliott Bretland finds a lot of love back home
The Big Interview What’s it like being booed for England? How did he nearly kill Dirk Kuyt? And do his feet really stick out of bed? Your questions answered in January 2018
Manchester United Picture the scene: you’ve just won the Treble, you’re 10,000 miles from home and Steve McClaren has been left in charge. The chief protagonists relive the craziest of pre-season jollies
FourFourTwo When Kevin Sampson turned his football novel Awaydays into a film with Stephen Graham in 2009, he had six weeks and no money to make it. But he wouldn’t skimp on the soundtrack…
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