Thierry Henry made Arsenal fans the envy of football over eight years in north London, but little has gone his way in the dugout to date. The Gunners great talks FFT through his battle as a boss – and why the dream of coaching his beloved club will never die
Last July, football mourned after losing one of its greatest ever characters; a man loved in not one but two nations thanks to his outstanding work as both a player and manager
After years of decline, the Trotters have undergone an astonishing revival. FFT was at Forest Green on Saturday to find out why
BADGES! From lions to Latin, symbols to ships, this is the definitive century of best-ever football badges
LONGREAD Tottenham Hotspur forward Son Heung-min was already an icon in South Korea, but Son-mania has now gone global. From failed trials at Portsmouth to idol status in Seoul, this is the in-depth story of the greatest Asian footballer of all time...
Some of us are being cautious, while others are going full-out attack - here are our 23-man squads for this summer's tournament
Martin Tyler has been the voice of Sky Sports since the inception of the Premier League – so FourFourTwo asked him to share his best memories
The Bergamo region of Italy was one of Europe's worst-hit areas in the first wave of coronavirus – and Atalanta's debut Champions League campaign may have contributed to it
Long before Roman Abramovich’s billions and Jose Mourinho’s opinions, there was a tiny Sardinian who transformed the face of Chelsea forever...
Silvio Berlusconi bought AC Milan 35 years ago and turned them into a powerhouse of the European game. Now owner of Monza, the small club standing on the cusp of reaching Serie A for the first time in their history
INTERVIEW Former Newcastle and Tottenham star David Ginola arrived in England in 1995 with journalists asking him who he was – then picked up the Player of the Year award aged 32...
PREDICTIONS Place your bets - who are our esteemed team picking for the European crown this time around?
FFT INTERVIEW When Pep Guardiola said he wouldn’t need to replace the departing David Silva with a megabucks arrival, he meant it. FFT met Phil Foden last summer - and he told us he was raring to go
In England’s top four divisions, only three matches welcomed supporters on December 26 - FFT’s Chris Flanagan headed to one of them
Diego Maradona's starring role in Argentina's World Cup success almost never happened after a crowd swamping the star got out of control
Touching new film documents the final years of a football legend, and celebrates his success with the Republic of Ireland
England’s world-class crop were tipped to bring home big honours during the 2000s, but fell short when it mattered most
Celtic's charge for a 10th consecutive title is the talking point of this season in Scotland. But back in 1997/98, it was the Bhoys who had to stop Rangers from landing that holy grail...
FFT’s Chris Flanagan went to watch League Two’s newest club, embarking on a strange introduction to life in the EFL
Liverpool can draw level with Manchester United on 20 Premier League titles by retaining their crown in 2020/21 – but can they really sustain those stellar standards?
Former Manchester United striker Andy Cole tells FourFourTwo that the current Red Devils side have already shown this season how they are different to the great teams under Alex Ferguson
Leeds can finally call themselves a Premier League team once more. FFT retraces an extraordinary journey of upsets, angst and unruly ownership with ex-bosses, players and a famously tearful fan
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