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?
26 October 2017
The past week was a good one for Asian players in the Premier League, with South Korean Son Heung-Min and Australian Aaron Mooy netting for their respective clubs. FFT picks the top ten players from the region who have graced English football's greatest stage...
13 October 2017
He may have scored the winner on Tuesday, but it's Cahill's goal celebration that's making headlines this week
28 March 2017
In the second installment in our series on the biggest rivalries in Asia, Japan-based Australian Scott McIntyre and his Singapore-based compatriot James Dampney debate the fairly recent rivalry that has emerged between Japan's Samurai Blue and the Socceroos.
18 February 2017
Will a Sutton striker seal a move to Arsenal after the two sides lock horns on Monday? Er, maybe not, but Tom Seymour picks out the stars who chose good days to play well
9 February 2017
Words: Richard Edwards, Seb Stafford-Bloor, Jon Spurling, Alex Hess.
21 December 2016
With the building blocks firmly in place in Manchester, it was time for the incredibly ambitious City Football Group to turn its attentions abroad...
13 August 2016
Remember that player you thought had retired long ago? Abhinav Kini explains why you need to think again…
29 April 2016
A huge investment is being made into football in China. It is reflected in FourFourTwo's Asia 50, with six Chinese Super League players making the list. So, where to from here for the sport in the world's most populated country?
27 April 2016
Things are starting to heat up in our countdown, with positions becoming harder and harder to secure. In section 30-21, we find a Japanese megastar, a West Asian duo tipped to join him and a veritable mob of Socceroos...

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