16 February 2018
Joe Thompson’s life and career were thrown into utter chaos after he was diagnosed with cancer twice within the space of three years. Now he's part of a Rochdale squad preparing to face Tottenham on Sunday. FourFourTwo heard his story
17 January 2018
His constant desire to entertain made him football’s ultimate cult icon. Now, the Brazilian genius invites FFT over to his place to explain how he inspired the new generation, what he's planning to do next, and why he wishes he was Dele Alli
Serie A '90s
11 January 2018
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... 
6 January 2018
Twenty-five seasons after its inception, Andrew Murray remembers the Premier League's very first campaign – and boy were things very different... 
5 January 2018
Fifty-five years on from a third round blighted by extreme weather, Paul Simpson relives the Arctic anarchy. Brrrrr!
Leeds United pantomime 1974
22 December 2017
When Jimmy Armfield took over an ailing Leeds side, only one thing could get them back on track: a pantomime...
21 December 2017
Football was once as much of a Christmas Day staple as the Queen's Speech and pigs in blankets – but was it all festive fun or just a freezing farce? Paul Brown dons his silly hat...
FC Santa Claus
21 December 2017
We're approaching that most wonderful time of the year, but for the most festively named club in football, the 2016 season was not always one of goodwill. FFT went to Lapland to learn why – and about the exciting developments which could make such misery a thing of the past
Dominic Calvert-Lewin
10 December 2017
Life moves at a fast pace for the 20-year-old forward: in 2017 alone he's managed to break into Everton's first team, spearheaded international success with England and now has eyes on impressing new club boss Sam Allardyce. Not that he's fazed, mind...  
Rumbelows Sprint Challenge
5 December 2017
In 1992, a group of TV execs came up with an idea as brilliant as it was simple: get players from all 92 league clubs to sprint for the right to call themselves the game’s fastest (and win a new telly)

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