Italian football has always been associated with great defensive talent. Here we profile three exceptional centre backs, and their claim to the Serie A throne.
Brennan Johnson has set League One alight this season, FTF spoke to Lincoln City boss Michael Appleton about the talented Welsh sensation. FA Cup third round ties, barring the odd … Continue Reading Brennan Johnson: The Nottingham Forest star in Dele Alli’s footsteps
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.
Borna Sosa sent shockwaves around Croatia and Germany with his recent Die Mannschaft debacle. FTF delves into his unique talent and potential. Former Dinamo Zagreb and Croatian technical director, Romeo … Continue Reading Borna Sosa: The ‘new David Beckham’ from Dinamo Zagreb
João Carlos Teixeira talks about his time at Liverpool, training with the likes of Gerrard, Coutinho and Suarez and his memorable Premier League debut. Sitting hunched over in an interview … Continue Reading João Carlos Teixeira talks Liverpool, Diogo Jota and Feyenoord
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.
The Balkan regions has a great proficiency when it comes to producing elite talent on a regular basis, FTF explored eleven players worth keeping an eye on. For decades they … Continue Reading Scouting the Balkans: Finding the next Vidic, Modric and Dzeko
Villarreal set their priorities straight in hiring Unai Emery. They were now keen to trouble European competition, and have proven to do so this yea in a fascinating maiden campaign together.
When it comes to player development, Dinamo Zagreb are among Europe’s elite. FTF spoke to Dinamo’s former technical director Romeo Jozak to find out why. To Romeo’s left, to Romeo’s … Continue Reading Inside GNK Dinamo Zagreb: The club of Modric, Kovacic and Olmo
Konrad de la Fuente could be the next US national to make his break at a top club. In uncertain times for Barcelona, he could be the sensation to rejuvenate them.
Andre Silva is a man in demand. Firing on all cylinders for Frankfurt this season, the Portuguese international is ready to be unleashed at the Euros. Andre Silva was enjoying … Continue Reading Andre Silva: Portugal’s EURO 2020 wildcard and a man in demand
Having parted ways with ‘the special one’, Tottenham are now searching for their next manager. Will they turn to another marquee name, or think more towards the long term?
In Enis Bardhi North Macedonia have a midfield jewel. A dynamo who will be crucial in the nation’s historic appearance at the Euros this summer. Surrounded by brick fences, in … Continue Reading Enis Bardhi: Macedonia’s midfield gem at EURO 2020
Pedri has taken to life as a Barcelona player in an exceptional way. His performances beg the question of what impact he could have at the Euros this summer.
Spain’s underrated second division continues producing excellent talent year in year out. By the time that Borussia Dortmund had decided to pick up Mikel Merino from the Segunda Division, he … Continue Reading Scouting by the numbers – Finding the next Morata, Pedri, and Merino in the Segunda Division
Amidst the cataclysmic climate of the newly proposed European Super League, FTF have attempted to find some optimism within the sad reality of the game. In the reeling aftermath of … Continue Reading Who should you support after the European Super League?