When cash-strapped Peterborough were handed a £100,000 lifeline from Sky to welcome Ron Atkinson to the club in early 2006, chairman Barry Fry agreed to expose his promotion-chasing club to a fly-on-the-wall documentary. What could go wrong? Just about everything...
World Cup 1986 After the untimely death of Jock Stein, Alex Ferguson led Scotland to a World Cup with what many believed was their best-ever side. Things didn’t quite go to plan, however...
More Than A Game It's the south-coast derby that hardly ever happens. And when it does, ancient maritime rivalries get out of hand – as Steve Morgan reported in the April 2004 edition of FourFourTwo
Newcastle United He may not be a household name now – but in the 1920s, the goal-getting, wise-cracking, big-drinking Gallacher was British football’s first icon... before meeting a tragic end
Action Replay The 1966 World Cup wasn’t just about England’s glory on the pitch – off it, a cartoon lion broke new ground in merchandising, and the badges, beer mats and bedspreads flew off the shelves
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