Nick Moore is a freelance journalist based on the Isle of Skye, Scotland. He wrote his first FourFourTwo feature in 2001 about Gerard Houllier's cup-treble-winning Liverpool side, and has continued to ink his witty words for the mag ever since. Nick has produced FFT's 'Ask A Silly Question' interview for 16 years, once getting Peter Crouch to confess that he dreams about being a dwarf.
Do you know your Deportivo Moron from your Insurance Management Bears? Let Nick Moore be your guide…
Year Zero Hounded out of France as a troublemaker, distrusted by his manager at Leeds, the 26-year-old Cantona signed for Manchester United for £1.2m – and became a legend
Perfect XI The former England, Aston Villa and Watford chief picks his star line-up in March 2006…
Nottingham Forest Puma's new third kits are dividing opinions - but they pale in comparison to Luis Suarez as a jester, the bird poo monstrosity and the one that made players invisible to their team-mates
Premier League With Freddie Ljungberg at Arsenal, Hayden Mullins at Watford and Duncan Ferguson at Everton, the Premier League is awash with caretaker bosses. Nick Moore spoke to some famous interims to discover the key to doing well
World Cup 1994 Nick Moore revels in the finest strikes of the 1994 World Cup; featuring a mad-dashing Saudi Arabian, El Diego (well, duh) and a Nigerian crawling like a dog
FourFourTwo It’s not just banter – instant messaging has changed players’ habits and killed the deadline-day fax. But is it all good news?
Action Replay City may now be a slick footballing juggernaut and among the favourites for the game’s biggest honours this season, but two decades ago they were slumming it in the third tier – and could have sunk even lower
Action Replay In 1992, a group of TV execs came up with an idea as brilliant as it was simple: get players from all 92 league clubs to sprint for the right to call themselves the game’s fastest (and win a new telly)
Long Read A Swiss company that monitors suspicious betting patterns is now at the vanguard of the battle to end match-fixing. FourFourTwo visited the London-based nerve centre of a secretive operation proving that if you want to expose corruption, just follow the money...
FIFA World Cup It’s over for another four years – yet while we’ll all remember France winning and Southgate roaring – all of this seems a lifetime ago already
FIFA World Cup Freddy Krueger, Roy Keane and - even scarier - Jorge Campos star in Nick Moore's countdown of the ugliest football strips ever seen at the World Cup
FIFA World Cup From England’s Italia '90 classic to an All-American dazzler – Nick Moore profiles the finest strips ever worn at a World Cup finals
FIFA World Cup From the fin of Becks, to the curls of Carlos, to the holiest of ponytails: Nick Moore waxes lyrical about the most memorable World Cup hairdos
Mark Clattenburg The former Premier League official tells FFT about VAR benefits, growing the game and why it’s his fault there’s no English ref in Russia this summer
Serie A Ahead of BT Sport's new film Golazzo: The Football Italia Story, James Richardson tells FourFourTwo.com about life as the legendary show's host, Gazza's crazy ideas and gaming with the Guv'nor
Greatest Seasons Nick Moore continues our review of the finest individual Premier League campaigns with a merry skip back to this free-scoring season of cheer
Funny Still bored in between Christmas and new year? The 1981 classic starred a peculiar pick of footballers from around the world who bickered, partied and, erm... arm-wrestled their way through filming
Long Read Better pitches? Cowardly players? Who's to blame for the disappearance of penalty-box pile-ups? Nick Moore tried to find out...
Wacky transfer announcements are all the rage right now, but clubs also like to get creative with their new gear unveilings too. Nick Moore looks at the strangest we ever did see
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