Ronaldo redemption 2002 World Cup
8 June 2018
A seizure denied Ronaldo the 1998 World Cup winner’s medal he and many others felt he deserved. Then a string of career-threatening injuries left him facing a long and painful battle against his own body
Brazil 1998 airport advert
7 June 2018
What happens when footballers are trapped in the world’s most boring place? The story behind the making of football's most iconic advert...
Alex Ferguson St Mirren
31 May 2018
On this day in 1978, Fergie was told to clear his desk at Love Street. He lost his fight in court, with an industrial tribunal ruling he had "neither by experience nor talent, any managerial ability at all". Showed them, didn't he?
Peter Schmeichel 1999 Bayern Munich
Twenty-five fascinating (and often hilarious) tales from the triumphant chaps who've lifted Ol' Big Ears down the years
Alex Ferguson Mexico '86
18 May 2018
After the untimely death of Jock Stein, Alex Ferguson led Scotland to a World Cup with what many believed was their best-ever side. Things didn’t quite go to plan, however...
Gigi Buffon FFT
17 May 2018
What did he think of his world record transfer fee? How did he deal with his depression? And what made him stick around in Serie B? Your questions answered in July 2014...
Rafael van der Vaart FourFourTwo
2 May 2018
What was it like growing up on a trailer park? Why did he fall out with Zlatan Ibrahimovic? And how did he end up kissing an old lady at Spurs? Your questions answered in April 2018… 
Mo Salah
1 May 2018
The Egyptian has been making up for lost time since returning to England’s top flight, making sure Reds’ fans haven't missed Philippe Coutinho. Little wonder he’s been crowned the King of the Kop...
Photo: Anthony J. Causi/NYCFC
30 April 2018
What's it like to play for the Frenchman? And what the heck is this stretch you call a "bird dog"? FFT USA editor Jeff Kassouf did his best David Villa impression... for a day
Arsene Wenger Nagoya Grampus Eight
26 April 2018
Before Arsenal and the Premier League, there was Nagoya and the J.League. John Duerden remembers Wenger's halcyon days

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