Sergei Baltacha
15 June 2018
As Russia prepare to kick off the 2018 World Cup on home turf, Richard Woodall recalls the first Soviet international ever to play in the Football League – and who took Blighty to his heart
Arsene Wenger Nagoya Grampus Eight
28 April 2018
Before Arsenal and the Premier League, there was Nagoya and the J.League. John Duerden remembers Wenger's halcyon days
Dallas Tornados 1967
21 March 2018
Introducing the bonkers story of NASL side Dallas Tornado and their epic adventure: featuring raging monkeys, rock-throwing rabbles... and a run-in with the Viet Cong  
Patrick Kluivert Ajax 1995
2 March 2018
The Cruyff-inspired ‘70s team may have been their greatest in history – but in the early ’90s a new golden generation helped to make Amsterdam the capital city of Europe for a second time
Leeds United pantomime 1974
24 December 2017
When Jimmy Armfield took over an ailing Leeds side, only one thing could get them back on track: a pantomime...
Rumbelows Sprint Challenge
6 December 2017
In 1992, a group of TV execs came up with an idea as brilliant as it was simple: get players from all 92 league clubs to sprint for the right to call themselves the game’s fastest (and win a new telly)
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

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