Zinedine Zidane
7 September 2018
'Die Hard in a football stadium' is the sell on new action film Final Score, which features Tony Cottee and commentator Jonathan Pearce. Can either improve on the efforts of these footy aces, who were so wooden that they probably gave their co-stars splinters?
Edgar Davids Barnet
6 April 2018
Player-manager is a wonderful dream: in your mind, you’re Messi and Fergie all rolled into one. Except it doesn’t really work out like that, as Tom Seymour explains
Bobby Charlton
6 February 2018
On the 60th anniversary of the tragedy which claimed 23 lives, we head to the FourFourTwo archives. Who made Sir Bobby feel inferior? What was it like playing with George Best? And did Alf Ramsey ever let his hair down? Your questions answered in December 2008...
Ben Woodburn Wales goal
8 September 2017
Woodburn’s winner for Wales against Austria has us thinking about the goals that proved a sign of things to come
Bobby Charlton
26 July 2017
Tireless running and thundering shooting prowess from the man who brought glory to Man United and England 
25 April 2017
These days politicians will leap on the football bandwagon as quickly as they can fluff a photo-op penalty, but in 1970 Harold Wilson was playing a whole new ball game
Bobby Charlton, Wayne Rooney
9 December 2016
With Wazza on the verge of equalling the World Cup winner's long-standing scoring record at Old Trafford, Mike Holden compares the two men where their goals mattered most
8 December 2016
Had FourFourTwo been around (presumably under a different name) 50 years ago, who would have been in the FFT100? FFT’s launch editor Paul Simpson wonders... 
England
29 July 2016
It's a team ingrained in memory, but was it always destined to be that way? Fifty years on from that Wembley triumph, Paul Simpson explains how chance moulded Sir Alf Ramsey's legends of '66

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