1 December 2017
Gremio won their first Copa Libertadores title in 22 years on Wednesday evening, securing a 3-1 aggregate win over Lanus – all at the expense of poor Jose Luis Gomez
9 June 2017
On November 28, 2016 a plane carrying Brazilian team Chapecoense crashed, killing 71 of the 77 passengers on board. Today, they're fifth in Brazil's Serie A after five games of the new season. FFT talks to those attempting to heal the club and local community
22 February 2017
Pick one that aligns with your own personal Football Manager philosophy, or adopt an entirely different approach – the choice is yours
24 August 2016
Evicted by a military dictatorship, brought home by supporters. Is the San Lorenzo struggle football’s greatest story of fan power?
25 July 2016
Kick-off! Two of South America’s most successful bosses of 2016 get the recognition they deserve, plus another trio who punched above their weight
23 October 2015
You've seen it in the mag (right?!), now whittle away your weekend afternoons by taking on our tricky posers about the beautiful game online. Answers at the end...
27 February 2015
Boca Juniors continued their perfect start to the Copa Libertadores, while Internacional also enjoyed a win on Thursday.
25 February 2015
Gustavo Bou scored another hat-trick as Racing Club cruised past Guarani 4-1 in the Copa Libertadores on Tuesday.
Alexandre Pato is set to make his return as Sao Paulo seek improvement from their opening matchday defeat in Copa Libertadores.
18 February 2015
Gustavo Bou struck a hat-trick as Racing Club started their Copa Libertadores campaign with a 5-0 thrashing of Deportivo Tachira on Tuesday.


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