Dutch football is once again riding a wave of nauseating young talent. PSV Eindhoven possess a huge chunk of this talent, and under the gaze of Roger Schmidt, could become a special force again.
Matheus Cunha is ripping through Germany and soon will be the attention of Europe’s biggest powers. His former coach Maurizio Jacobacci spoke to First Time Finish about this brilliant forward.
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.
Twins are a rarity in football. When they possess the ability and personality of the Vieira twins, there are none that come close.
Asian talent has flourished in Europe’s top five leagues in recent years. These five players could follow suit. At the 2002 World Cup football ‘arrived’ in Asia. The frenzy and … Continue Reading The next Son, Kagawa and Park: Asia’s top five prospects
Ledley King’s career should not be discussed as an obituary, as potential torn down by injury. At Tottenham his legacy stands tall, as speaking to The Athletic’s Charlie Eccleshare showed us
Before becoming one of Europe’s best playmakers, Bruno Fernandes had to learn his trade in Italy. It was at Novara Calcio that he made his professional debut, and where many remember him fondly.
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.
Hertha Berlin have assembled a young and exciting side. This tactical breakdown looks at the trends of this fascinating team.
Jadon Sancho is set to stay in Germany for a while longer, so what effect could this have on Borussia Dortmund’s title efforts in 2020/21?
Son Heung-min is a modern superstar. It is often forgotten just what a rise he has had, to become one of the best in Europe. This is his story, with insight from Steve Price.
This is a nostalgia trip back to 2015/16, when Dimitri Payet gave Upton Park the send off it deserved. And then some.
These are some of the most exciting talents in Eastern Europe at the moment. Before Robert Lewandowski made his name at Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund, he plied his trade … Continue Reading The next Lewandowski, Hagi and Puskas: Eastern Europe’s most gifted talents
Cracking the US market has long been one of football’s greatest obstacles. The strength of the current USA team however has brought forward the soccer revolution, and leaves them on the brink of something special.
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.
Everton have made impressive moves in the transfer window this year. They have acquired some brilliant talent to improve Ancelotti’s midfield and target the top six.