Andy Mitten is Editor at Large of FourFourTwo, interviewing the likes of Lionel Messi, Eric Cantona, Sir Alex Ferguson and Diego Maradona for the magazine. He also founded and is editor of United We Stand, the Manchester United fanzine, and contributes to a number of publications, including GQ, the BBC and The Athletic.
PERFECT XI Juan Mata has shared a pitch with some of football's greats as a player for Manchester United, Chelsea, Valencia and Spain – here, he shares a best XI of his team-mates
CANTONA WEEK In 2008, Manchester United legend Eric Cantona spilled the beans on his career to FFT, including his departure from Leeds, his acting and that night at Selhurst...
Cult Hero In November 1992, Alex Ferguson made a signing that would take his Manchester United team to new heights. Andy Mitten recalls how King Eric inspired an entire club
Manchester United were a distant second to their City rivals last season and are desperate to win a first Premier League title since 2013. FFT editor-at-large Andy Mitten believes a fast start is vital for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer...
Messi Paris-bound Leo spoke to FFT after winning his sixth Ballon d'Or about his career highlights - in his own words, these are the moments that made him...
EXCLUSIVE Manchester United talisman Bruno Fernandes is the Red Devils' greatest hope since Eric Cantona. In this exclusive interview, the Portuguese star tells FFT how determined he is to get United back on their perch...
Seven-time Premier League champion Denis Irwin tells FourFourTwo about life as Fergie’s favourite, toppling Liverpool, and smashing Eric Cantona at chess
The unknown teenager Brian Clough called ‘Irishman’ was something special, a fearless and unforgiving leader who epitomised a glorious era at the Theatre of Dreams
In January 2000, the Champions League winners skipped the FA Cup to compete in this mid-season tournament in Brazil - but it didn't exactly go to plan
Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney are about to become Wrexham's new owners, and the first port of call should be learning the local rivalries. Back in 2006, Andy Mitten went undercover in North Wales to meet two unfriendly neighbours...
Manchester United are back in the Champions League and stronger than they have been for a while - Andy Mitten questions whether or not Ole’s army is ready for a title fight
Barcelona had the most celebrated youth system in the world – designed by Johan Cruyff, and bringing through the likes of Messi, Xavi and Iniesta. Now, after years of big spending, they're in trouble
Harry Kane Comments made by the Tottenham striker this week hint at a possible desire to leave North London - Manchester United must be ready to pounce
Manchester United United’s football success in the 1990s came with a period where fans and community was marginalised. There are signs now that’s being reversed
Manchester United Health and safety of fans and communities comes first, but COVID-19 chaos could not have come at a worse time for Solskjaer's resurgent Man United side
Manchester United Unimpressive under Jose Mourinho, the midfielder is now a staple of United’s in-form side. He explains to FourFourTwo what changed
Manchester United With the Spanish goalkeeper making another mistake this weekend and Dean Henderson impressing on loan at Sheffield United, Andy Mitten talks to the man who brought De Gea to Manchester
Manchester United Whisper it, but Manchester United have been showing remarkable improvement in recent weeks. After a convincing win over Watford, is it time to start hoping again?
Manchester United The Northern Irish goalkeeper, who bravely rescued team-mates and passengers following the Munich Air Disaster, has passed away, aged 87
Lazio On August 7, the leader of the club’s hardcore support was shot dead. FFT heads to Rome to meet the infamous Irriducibili, left in mourning
Manchester United Ole Gunnar Solksjaer’s side are spending the Premier League winter break in football’s unofficial ‘training capital’, but United legend Frank Stapleton says it won’t compare to the club trips of old
Manchester United FourFourTwo meets the young goalkeeper who is on loan at League One Burton Albion, has represented Ireland, and still has designs on making it in Manchester
Manchester United Steve Coppell moved from Tranmere to Old Trafford when the Reds were slumming it in the Second Division. They could do with more like him today
Manchester United The chase for Sporting Lisbon’s Bruno Fernandes – and others – may look messy, but United are rightly wary of an inflated market
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