20 September 2017
Rich Edwards recalls a time when success in the competition was a matter of course for the Merseysiders
25 July 2017
On this day in 2000, Luis Figo left Barcelona to become Real Madrid's first 'galáctico', thus kick-starting a footballing revolution like no other. It was, recalls Ronaldo, "a term we never chose to describe ourselves" – but it was inescapable. Four of football's greats tell FFT of the glitz, glamour... and glory 
25 July 2017
They were the greatest strike partnership ever seen, but their mercurial relationship tore them and Barça apart after just one year
Manchester United Australia tour
8 July 2017
Picture the scene: you’ve just won the Treble, you’re 10,000 miles from home and Steve McClaren has been left in charge. The chief protagonists relive the craziest of pre-season jollies 
Ossie Ardiles Tottenham 1978
7 July 2017
They came, they saw, they had lustrous hair and murderous moustaches, and enjoyed mixed fortunes on the pitch. But the British game’s first major influx of overseas stars also turned gloom into glamour – and started a revolution
Stjepan Lamza
1 July 2017
1960s Yugoslav legend Stef Lamza had it all – including an unparalleled appetite for alcohol. But while fans adored him for it and his club tolerated it, it ultimately proved his undoing
Lilleshall
9 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
Docker Hughes 6.57 Crew
7 June 2017
Docker Hughes’s notorious firm were better known for causing chaos wherever they went in the 1980s, but made headlines of a different kind when their leader ran for office with a madcap manifesto
Reynald Pedros
25 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

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