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
22 February 2017
Stephen Tudor reflects on Kenny Dalglish's unexpected resignation after a 4-4 thriller with Everton, a moment so traumatic that some fans required counselling...
Middlesbrough 1996/97
30 January 2017
Middlesbrough’s Premier League return came on the anniversary of their most memorable campaign, featuring stellar names, two cup finals and, 20 years ago, a very costly cancellation
13 January 2017
Thirty-one seasons ago, Ron Atkinson’s Red Devils set off like a train – but went badly off the rails as their bitter rivals steamed past them. Jon Spurling blows the dust off the history books
24 November 2016
He won't be the next MK Dons boss, but his playing career is now officially over. Reds history suggests good things for the 36-year-old – but it's probably not a good idea to give Princess Anne a squeeze, writes Jon Spurling
22 June 2016
What happened when two Scandinavian sides could squeeze out Italy by playing out a 2-2 draw? Why, a 2-2 draw, of course... but was it fixed? Gary Parkinson recalls Euro 2004's Group C
20 June 2016
On home turf, West Germany were expected to win Euro '88. But the tournament took a dramatic swing when they were drawn against their fiercest rivals in the semi-finals, as Gary Parkinson explains

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