20 November 2017
Better pitches? Cowardly players? Who's to blame for the disappearance of penalty-box pile-ups? Nick Moore tried to find out... 
27 October 2017
Shanks, Chapman, Hiddink and Ferguson are names synonymous with glory – but what of their unheralded siblings’ forays into management? FFT digs out the family album...
5 October 2017
They went, they spent, they loved the attention. But did England’s other halves really cost Sven’s charges the 2006 World Cup? Steve Anglesey hits the Black Forest
18 September 2017
It’s the unseen epidemic: the game’s young, rich and famous ending up penniless. Alec Fenn investigates how excess, addiction and divorce is leading former millionaires to financial ruin  
Paul Pogba
12 September 2017
He’s a superstar meme whose every touch, tweet or trim is subject to criticism. If that wasn’t enough pressure, Paul Pogba is expected to spearhead a resurgence at Manchester United: bring back trophies on the pitch, be the global face of the brand off it. Can he do it? Time to find out...
24 July 2017
They were the greatest strike partnership ever seen, but their mercurial relationship tore them and Barça apart after just one year
Lilleshall
8 June 2017
St George’s Park it ain’t. So what made the FA’s school of footballing witchcraft and wizardry so special to all who attended? FFT steps inside the chamber of secrets
Reynald Pedros
24 March 2017
Twenty-one years ago, the attacking midfielder was a rising star in the French Euro 96 squad whose name was spoken in the same breath as Zinedine Zidane. One missed penalty later, and his life in football took a very different turn
Sven-Goran Eriksson
12 January 2017
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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