10 November 2017
An Australian team stacked full of European-based stars known as the country’s ‘Golden Generation’ ended three decades of hurt by qualifying for the 2006 World Cup. They didn’t just make up the numbers either, losing to eventual champions Italy in the round of 16. So, where are those famous Socceroos now?
Dean Ashton 2006 FA Cup final
4 November 2017
The Hammers came so close to victory in a great final, leading 2-0 and 3-2, only to succumb to Steven Gerrard’s late equaliser and then shoot-out heartbreak. What have they done since?
28 October 2017
We've tracked down the members of Chelsea's 2004-05 English Premier League-winning side.
18 October 2017
Ten years ago, SAFFC (now Warriors FC) and Tampines Rovers played out arguably the best ever Singapore Cup final, with the uniformed outfit prevailing 4-3 in a seven-goal thriller. FFT traces the whereabouts of that legendary Warriors squad…
Leeds United
17 October 2017
David O'Leary's "babies" took on Milan, Barcelona and Real Madrid on their way to a Champions League semi-final spot in 2000/01. But what became of that young side?
25 September 2017
Home United are the record six-time champions of the Singapore Cup and it all started off in 2000 with a 1-0 triumph over SAFFC (now Warriors FC) at the old National Stadium. Ahead of this week’s semi-finals, FFT traces the whereabouts of that legendary Protectors squad…
28 June 2017
Following a historic three-trophy sweep in 2007, Kedah did the almost impossible when they retained the Malaysia Super League (MSL), FA Cup and Malaysia Cup the following year. FourFourTwo takes a looks at the line-up that defeated Selangor 3-2 in the 2008 Malaysia Cup final for a historic double treble.
28 June 2017
Flamboyant kits, future politicians, and one man who will be at this year's Confederations Cup in Russia.
5 June 2017
As Malaysia prepare for the 2017 SEA Games on home soil in August, FourFourTwo looks at how things panned out for the team that won silver when Kuala Lumpur last played host to the regional tournament in 2001. Allan Harris’ charges reached the final of the under-23 competition, losing 1-0 to Thailand.
30 May 2017
Humble Balestier Khalsa picked up their first major trophy in 2013 by lifting the League Cup. FFT traces the whereabouts of that talented squad…

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