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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
Harry Redknapp
22 June 2017
As FFT celebrates the best managers in the game for 2017, Mike Holden ranks the top 10 gaffers across the Championship, League One and League Two
12 June 2017
So many children the world over start kicking a football around at a young age and a seed is planted, a dream of what might happen one day, well into the future.
Chapecoense
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
MUTV
19 May 2017
As Ed Woodward claims he wants to "aggressively market" MUTV, Seb Stafford-Bloor looks into the growing threat of clubs only sharing what they'd like you to see
6 May 2017
Football phrases roll off the tongue so naturally that we barely stop to think about how weird and wonderful some of them are. Where do these odd idioms come from? And can FFT really stake a claim to one?
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David Luiz
4 May 2017
David Luiz has told FourFourTwo that Chelsea manager Antonio Conte has left no stone unturned in his bid to bring the Premier League title back to Stamford Bridge.
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Kasper Dolberg
4 May 2017
Ajax starlet Kasper Dolberg has told FourFourTwo that talk of him moving to the Premier League is too soon.
3 May 2017
The Foxes' unfathomable Premier League title win made headlines across the globe. Players, staff members, broadcasters and fans give us their own tales behind the triumph
27 April 2017
Was Ronaldinho's goal against England a fluke? Was winning the League Cup better than the World Cup? And how did he play two games in one night?! Your questions answered...

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