England’s world-class crop were tipped to bring home big honours during the 2000s, but fell short when it mattered most
Roberto Firmino battled the odds to become a Premier League and European champion at Liverpool, after making a miraculous journey from Maceio to Merseyside via a five-year spell in Germany. FFT retells the remarkable tale with those who were part of it
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...
Twitter isn’t the place to find a constructive conversation on the Black Lives Matter movement. Instead, FFT had a frank discussion with Marvin Sordell and Liam Rosenior, ex-pros and now on the FA’s Inclusion Advisory Board
Thierry Henry is not just an Arsenal legend; he is one of the Premier League's greatest ever players. FourFourTwo revisits the career of a Gooner god
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
Lyon have 14 straight league titles and could clinch a fifth consecutive Women's Champions League against Wolfsburg. Amy Raphael assesses Les Invincibles
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
Leeds promoted In Marcelo Bielsa's first year as Leeds coach, the Yorkshire side almost ended their stint in the wilderness. As they finally seal their return to the Premier League, we revisit how the Argentinian coach ended up in the north of England
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