Chris joined FourFourTwo in 2015 and has reported from 20 countries, in places as varied as Jerusalem and the Arctic Circle. He's interviewed Pele, Zlatan and Santa Claus (it's a long story), as well as covering Euro 2020 and the Clasico. He previously spent 10 years as a newspaper journalist, and completed the 92 in 2017.
England's hero in 1966 recalls the moment just before he scored that hat-trick, winning European titles with the Hammers and taking a penalty against Gordon Banks
EXCLUSIVE In a feature interview for FourFourTwo, the Liverpool hero explains why he’s targeting the Ballon d’Or – and why he believes he’s the finest footballer on Earth
EXCLUSIVE The Reds’ Egyptian star sat down for a lengthy chat with FourFourTwo – and admits he doesn’t know where his long-term future lies
Roman Abramovich's announcement that he is looking to sell Chelsea signals the end of an era – not just for the Blues, but for all of English football
The Premier League has been the stage for some of the finest dribblers in football history since 1992. FourFourTwo counts down the best to ever tie opposition defenders in knots
PREDICTIONS Place your bets - who are our esteemed team picking for the European crown this time around?
EXPLAINED Eric Cantona won the league in his short spell at Leeds before he was promptly sold to Manchester United, where he added four more titles to his collectioon. So why did Leeds let him go?
FLASHBACK Was it a trial? Sheffield Wednesday had the chance to sign Eric Cantona after he trained with the Owls – just days before he moved to Leeds
WTF?! Eric Cantona became a Manchester United legend in the 1990s – but only after a proposed transfer to Liverpool fell through...
LONGREAD Former Celtic manager Wim Jansen has died, aged 75. Back in 1997/98, his Bhoys had to stop Rangers from landing that holy grail...
Cristiano Ronaldo's return to Manchester United was one of the stories of 2021 – and it's just one unexpected turn in a blockbuster career of trophies and tribulations
LONGREAD Lionel Messi, Neymar and Kylian Mbappe all make FourFourTwo's list of the world's best players – but will PSG's star-studded side actually deliver the glory they want?
GREATEST GROUNDS From Anfield to Oakwell, FFT ranks the best football stadiums by their matchday experience. We’re convinced there’ll be absolutely no arguing about it...
AGUEROOOO 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
INTERVIEW FFT visited Ralf Rangnick when he was sporting director at RB Leipzig in 2017 – and learned much about the incoming gaffer at Old Trafford
INTERVIEW Everton Women forward Toni Duggan tells FourFourTwo about coming back to England, and her plans to regain her place in the Lionesses squad
As a player, Xavi exuded the Barcelona philosophy: as a manager, he wants to take the club back to the very top
Almost 25 years ago, Brighton were on the edge of oblivion. After two decades of hard work and heartbreak, they're now a Premier League staple – and they could go top with a win over Crystal Palace...
Jack Grealish became British football's first £100m player when he joined Manchester City this summer from Aston Villa, but he is more than the carefree playmaker we see each week tearing up the Premier League. As his former coaches and team-mates tell FFT, you don't know Jack...
Brentford’s journey from League Two to the Premier League has featured controversial innovation, penalty chaos and enough play-off heartbreak to last a lifetime. Bees heroes past and present tell FFT how they did it...
The Shakers were kicked out of the EFL in August 2019 - now supporters hope that the club can finally be revived
Bolton were the victims of the first of Cristiano Ronaldo's Manchester United debuts. Here, we revisit a performance George Best reckoned was the greatest he'd ever seen
The last two seasons have been a trial for players, clubs and fans alike, but there's green shoots of optimism that 2021/22 could be the best campaign in recent memory. FFT runs down what we can't wait to happen this year...
LONG READ Soon, the world’s most relentless footballer will finally be able to call himself No.1. This is the story of how Ronaldo moved to the brink of becoming the greatest international goalscorer of all time – by those who know him best
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