The summer transfer window is in full swing and clubs have already picked up a few shrewd deals early on. Teams across Europe’s Top Five have begun revamping their squads … Continue Reading Scouting by the numbers-Bargain transfer picks from Europe’s Top Five
In light of Lionel Messi’s exit from Barcelona, all may seemingly look lost, though, in Demir, they have a star for the future. Barcelona are in a complete financial mess … Continue Reading Yusuf Demir: Ronald Koeman’s Golden Boy and a Hope for Barcelona’s future
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.
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
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
Diego Simeone is Atletico, and Atletico is he. However who would be the best candidates to succeed his reign when he eventually leaves?
This is the story of the boy from Yaoundé who is now at Fulham and continues to make his home country proud. Djibrilla Alain still remembers seeing his former protege, … Continue Reading The inside story of André Frank Zambo Anguissa- The Lion of Yaoundé
Francisco “Paco” Gento is a player with a special place in the hall of fame of European football as well as the Los Blancos, Real Madrid. It is hard not … Continue Reading The legend of Paco Gento – Real Madrid’s original Mr.Europe
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