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
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
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


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