Radamel Falcao has endured a career of twists and turns, highs and lows. Never has a high been higher than his magnificent 2009/10 season.
Zaire reaching the 1974 World Cup as the first sub-Saharan team should have been celebrated as a historic landmark. But it wasn’t. Here’s why. There is one clip which makes … Continue Reading The story of Zaire at the 1974 World Cup
It is a historic final that lives in the annals of great English matches. The 1971 FA Cup Final between Arsenal and Liverpool was an event that deserves remembrance, writes Sushain Ghosh.
Crotone may be thirteen points adrift of safety at the bottom of Serie A, but the combination of manager Serse Cosmi and Simy Nwankwo has proven joyous, writes Wilf MacDonnell.
From the US to Italy to the UK to Spain, Valencia winger Yunus Musah has had a remarkable and unique journey. FTF interviewed his former coaches as part of an … Continue Reading The inside story of Yunus Musah: Through the chaos
The 1978 World Cup is a murky topic, beset with allegations of fixing and government inteference. Alan McKenzie looks back at this infamous event, and the politics affecting in.
Kaká is rightly regarded as one of the greatest midfielders of the modern game. Yet why did it not work out for him in Madrid?
Whether it is in the sporting or political context, the history of Palestine is embroiled in war, unrest and an will to be recognised internationally. The footballing landscape speaks of much the same, as Leo Style explores the history and future of Palestinian football.
Few will remember the visit of Pelé’s Santos to Plymouth in 1973. To the fans of Plymouth Argyle however it meant more than any fixture could, as Lewis Blackmore explores.
Dundalk begin their Europa League adventure at home to Molde next week. FTF spoke to Dundalk writer James Rogers about this most remarkable of seasons.
This is a nostalgia trip back to 2015/16, when Dimitri Payet gave Upton Park the send off it deserved. And then some.
The Lombardia Derby of 2001 was a thrilling 3-3 encounter at the Mario Rigamonti Stadium. However the game was overshadowed by the exploits of Brescia manager, Carlo Mazzone.
Football and the English have a connection as endless as time itself. While the game’s roots are deeply embedded in British culture, nobody has embodied its spirit better than Sir … Continue Reading From Craven Cottage to Camp Nou – an ode to Sir Bobby Robson