UEFA Champions League Twenty-five fascinating (and often hilarious) tales from the triumphant chaps who've lifted Ol' Big Ears down the years
Royston Drenthe When their under-21s won the 2007 European Championship, Dutch fans hoped they’d unearthed the next golden generation, with Real Madrid-bound winger Drenthe its poster boy. It’s safe to say things didn’t quite go to plan...
Between The Lines His unbelievable last-gasp goal for Carlisle United on this day 20 years ago will be remembered forever, but what happened to Glass after he saved the Cumbrians from Football League oblivion? He tells all...
Long Read That hasty getaway in his Range Rover said it all. The Belgian is surely leaving Stamford Bridge this summer – but feelings like this just don’t come naturally to Blues fan Clive Martin
Action Replay They were the greatest strike partnership ever seen, but their mercurial relationship tore them and Barça apart after just one year
FourFourTwo Jan Vertonghen's concussion against Ajax shows how football's rules need to change in Britain. Some football associations are already ahead of the trend, finds Alec Fenn
Ajax In 2011, we visited Holland to see what’s so special about the Dutch giants’ famous system – and took a peek at their fancy new digs
FourFourTwo It’s not just banter – instant messaging has changed players’ habits and killed the deadline-day fax. But is it all good news?
Action Replay City may now be a slick footballing juggernaut and among the favourites for the game’s biggest honours this season, but two decades ago they were slumming it in the third tier – and could have sunk even lower
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