Sol Campbell, Argentina 1998
24 January 2018
From the yellow card of God to straight red cards, Amit Katwala on how World Cup history would be different if VAR had been available in the past
9 January 2018
Diego Costa has made his first start for Atletico Madrid since returning to the club – and made his presence felt with a goal and immediate red card in Atleti's 2-0 victory. FourFourTwo looks at ten other memorable debuts... 
Andrea Pirlo, Juventus
25 October 2017
Even in today's inflated transfer market, good buys can still come cheap - sometimes even for free. Greg Lea picks out a number of fantastic freebies...
24 October 2017
Spurs may not have a Class of ‘92 equivalent, but they've produced some notable players since then in spite of being assumed to have only recently become academy-focused. Here they are, in the first of a five-part series on FourFourTwo.com
John Terry Aston Villa
25 August 2017
John Terry and Aston Villa be warned: when an ageing star drops down a level, it can go badly wrong
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
29 April 2017
Tottenham edge out Arsenal in the former centre-back's list of most significant matches
13 April 2017
Pires, Henry, Cole and Mr Invincible: James McNicholas looks back at the first Gunners side to reach the final of European football's top club competition
13 April 2017
Cheats, thugs, hoofers and - worst of all - winners. Bloody winners. FFT counts down the most loathed teams in the history of British football. Bring on the hate... 
Martin Keown
28 March 2017
With Steven Gerrard ready to perform a cameo in the second series of critically-acclaimed (it says here) CBBC kids drama 'Jamie Johnson', Nick Moore recalls some other real-life footballers who made good, bad and downright weird appearances on popular shows

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