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  • DARREN BENT
    “I like Theo Walcott, but being left out of the World Cup for him felt like a slap in the face. He hadn’t even made his debut for Arsenal”
  • MEANWHILE IN…
    …the Netherlands, fans of De Graafschap have been busy turning the second tier into the real Farmers League
  • THE NON-LEAGUE FINNS
    Once they were at Boston and Braintree – now it’s Euro 2020
  • THE ULTIMATE QUIZ
    What do you get when you cross mad seasons, Premier League heroes and pop stars? This quiz, of course...
  • 25 BEST PLAYERS WITH FIVE OR FEWER GAMES IN PREMIER LEAGUE
    FFT assesses the finest stars who made a fleeting appearance in England’s top flight – ranking them on their achievements over the rest of their career
Themen | 007/2021 (29.06.2021)
  • POETRY IN MOTION
    The boss who bested Tuchel in his first European outing is a quirky character...
  • BOY’S A BIT SPECIAL
    IANIS HAGI RANGERS
  • THE UNLIKELY LADS
    SERGEI YURAN MILLWALL (1996)
  • REGGAE BOYZ 2.0
    Jamaica have raided England for a Gold Cup recruitment drive
  • THE ULTIMATE QUIZ
    Roll up, roll up for posers on rejected trialists, Football League newbies and curious international call-ups...
  • CLERMONT FOOT
    Les Lanciers twice had a female boss – now they’re in Ligue 1 for the first time
  • EVER INCREASING RETURNS
    The world-record transfer fee has mushroomed 197.99m per cent since the 19th century...
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  • RICARDO CARVALHO
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  • MEANWHILE IN…
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  • REGGAE BOYZ 2.0
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  • WARREN ‘HAVE A NICE DAY’ BARTON
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  • CLERMONT FOOT
    Les Lanciers twice had a female boss – now they’re in Ligue 1 for the first time
  • STEVE LAMACQ
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  • POETRY IN MOTION
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  • “FIVE HUNDRED QUID?! THE GAME’S GONE...”
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  • EVER INCREASING RETURNS
    The world-record transfer fee has mushroomed 197.99m per cent since the 19th century...
  • IT’S GOOD TO BE DIFFERENT
    Student, music critic, activist… footballer? Pat Nevin spent the early 1980s trying to define his life by everything other than his exploits on the pitch, leading the Chelsea favourite down some alternative roads featuring knife attacks, The Proclaimers and Saddam Hussein’s secret police
  • THE ALTERNATIVE CROWD
    Pat Nevin has some company when it comes to footballers with music tastes that lean towards the eclectic…
  • BLACK AND WHITE TOON
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  • BRONZE FOR GOLD
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    Manchester City’s Caroline Weir is one of only two Scots in this year’s squad – but her iconic mentor has proved that’s no obstacle to gaining Olympic glory
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    Footballers may have long swapped booze and Mars bars for barbells and speed ladders – though as Trent Alexander-Arnold is showing, the pursuit of perfection is never-ending. Not even planet football’s finest are improving their optics quite like this...
  • MARCUS MADDISON
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  • CASH AND THE LATICS
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  • THE UNLIKELY LADS
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  • IAN HOLLOWAY
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  • FRESHER THAN THE AVERAGE COACH
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