Johan Cruyff Barcelona
1 May 2019
Barcelona was far from a happy place when Johan Cruyff walked back through the door as coach in 1988. Over 30 years on, his legacy is keenly felt at the Nou Camp and beyond
Georgi Kinkladze
29 April 2019
The snake-hipped star dazzled Joe Marshall at the Riverside two decades ago – though alas for the Georgian, Manchester City’s defence did anything but
15 April 2019
Some feared the Belgium midfielder would never be the same again after breaking his leg against Italy at Euro 1972, explains Michael Yokhin – but he bounced back to take his revenge eight years later
Ray Wilkins programme
4 April 2019
One year ago today, English football lost one of its all-time greats. FFT’s editor-in-chief James Brown recalls his memorable meetings with the man they called ‘Butch’
Billy Shankly Liverpool
28 March 2019
Unifying personalities loyal to the cause? Check. Defied critics to transform a defence? Check. Peter Hooton – lead singer of The Farm and author of The Boot Room Boys – reflects on kindred spirits
FIFA 98 indoor mode
25 March 2019
Wooooohooooo! An unprecedented rise in the number of playable teams, a kicking soundtrack and, best of all, indoor mode. Over 20 years on, FIFA 98's allure endures
2 October 2017
He's coming back! The legendary Roy 'Racey' Race will return to print in 2018/19 with a series of graphic novels, having not been seen since 2001. Here, he selects the seven games that shaped his career and forged his reputation
Cruyff's Dream Team
8 March 2017
Greg Lea remembers the most-used XI that won La Liga and the Catalans' first European Cup in 1991/92
Michael Thomas, Anfield
3 March 2017
Before Aguero there was this: George Graham’s rebuilt Arsenal against Liverpool in the final 90 minutes of the entire season. But as a TV audience of millions watched on, no one would have predicted its dramatic conclusion


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