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Serie A '90s
12 January 2018
Golaccio! During the 1990s, Italy was the undisputed home of football. Serie A teams owned 13 European trophies, six world-record transfers and six Ballon d’Or winners, plus every iconic star from Asprilla to Zidane. Welcome to a time when Calcio was king... 
Rendering courtesy club/Allied Works
11 January 2018
With the Timbers' season-ticket waiting list at 13,000-plus and the Thorns still growing, the organization is trying to serve the demand.
Bruce Rioch Dennis Bergkamp
11 January 2018
Michael Cox, author of The Mixer: The Story of Premier League Tactics, on the bosses who weren’t given full credit for their achievements – from Arsenal’s quiet revolutionary to Liverpool’s big mouth
Press Association
11 January 2018
From the defender sold on for over £40m to the best striker outside of the top four, Sean Cole on the best under-the-radar winter buys
USA TODAY Photos
10 January 2018
It's time to stop calling New York a big club. That approach is OK ... it's just a weird one to take in the U.S.' biggest market.
Jozy Altidore Sunderland
10 January 2018
Not our opinion: it’s the raw data from our pals at STATS which tells us these men avoided goals like the plague during their time in the Premier League 
10 January 2018
To celebrate FourFourTwo magazine’s ’90s special, we count down the goals of the decade, starring Cantona, Bergkamp, Wanchope and more
Thomas Shea-USA TODAY Sports
9 January 2018
John Herdman's move from Canada's women's team to its men's team is curious, and it sheds light on a bigger issue.
9 January 2018
Admit it: all 20 clubs have a player who could benefit from a move, from the Manchester United star who divides opinion to West Brom’s wanted man
ISI Photos-John Dorton
8 January 2018
A teen phenom and longtime U.S. youth player looks headed for El Tri, despite always wanting to play for the United States.
8 January 2018
Twenty-five seasons after its inception, Andrew Murray remembers the Premier League's very first campaign – and boy were things very different... 
Stanley Matthews
5 January 2018
Permanent deals might not be so hot in January, but short-term ones could be – especially after the Football League scrapped the ‘emergency loan’ window last summer. But how did it all start, and what brought the most controversy?