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FourFourTwo UK

FourFourTwo UK

December 2019

Every month, our team deliver the biggest names, the finest features and the most respected columnists in football. FourFourTwo is the only magazine that truly reflects football in all its extremes. Spectacular, dramatic, hilarious, opinionated, authoritative, intelligent, quirky - from the grass roots up, if it's in the game, it's in FourFourTwo.

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United Kingdom
Språk:
English
Utgivare:
Future Publishing Ltd
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I DETTA NUMMER

1 min
welcome

Hated, adored… sometimes even ignored: Rafa Benitez has been subjected to all of the above and plenty more in a remarkable coaching career spanning more than 33 years in four countries – though suffice to say, there’s been plenty more love than loathing on English shores. It takes a saintly figure to spend over three years working under Mike Ashley, but Rafa finally reached breaking point last summer, as he let his contract run down at St James’ Park. In an exclusive interview with FourFourTwo – part of our exciting managers special – he tells us the truth about what happened behind the scenes, and why he had to leave Tyneside under a cloud. The Spaniard also reflects on a terrific life in management which has now taken him to Dalian…

1 min
fourfourtwo uk

Editorial Deputy Editor Joe Brewin Senior Staff Writer Chris Flanagan Chief Sub Editor Gregg Davies Editor at Large Andy Mitten Art Director Anthony Moore Online Editor Conor Pope The Mixer Editor Hunter Godson Women’s Football Claire Bloomfield Thanks to Ryan Herman, Huw Davies Contributors Marcus Alves, Patrick Barclay, Paul Brown, Caio Carrieri, Sean Cole, Richard Edwards, Chris Evans, Emanuele Giulianelli, Andy Greeves, Martin Harasimowicz, Si Hawkins, Steve Hill, Louis Massarella, Martin Mazur, Nick Moore, Leo Moynihan, Andrew Murray, Gary Parkinson, Sam Pilger, Felipe Rocha, Paul Simpson, Jon Spurling, Tim Stillman, Ivan Tomic International Licensing Head of Print Licensing Rachel Shaw Global Partnerships Director Ian Porter International Licensing Executive Georgina Flores-Laird licensing@futurenet.com Subscriptions Group Marketing Director, Magazines & Memberships Sharon Todd Senior Direct Marketing Executive Faith Wardle Circulation Head of Newstrade Tim Mathers Production Head of Production Mark Constance Production Project Manager Clare Scott Advertising Production Manager Joanne Crosby Digital Editions Controller Jason Hudson Production Manager Vivienne Calvert Group…

21 min
louis saha

CLUBS 1997-2000 Metz 1999 Newcastle (loan) 2000-04 Fulham 2004-08 Manchester United 2008-12 Everton 2012 Tottenham 2012-13 Sunderland 2013 Lazio COUNTRY 2004-12 France If you want to see celebrities, hang around with Louis Saha. The former Manchester United and Everton striker has suggested meeting FFT at a plush private members’ club in London’s Soho district, and American actress Rose McGowan is chatting with friends at the next table. When we head out to the street for some pictures, our photo shoot is momentarily gatecrashed by a true A-lister: former Crystal Palace striker and manager Dougie Freedman, who walks past obliviously while talking on his Bluetooth headset. Get out of the way, Freedman! Saha lives down in the south of France these days, but he has made a brief trip back to England as part of his work with AxisStars, the firm he founded after…

5 min
the best of football

PUMA FAST RIDER OG $49 eu.puma.com Yes, it’s November. Yes, you should probably be thinking about sensible shoes. No, these won’t protect your feet from the months of driving rain. But do we really care? Nope. These bad boys look like they were taken straight from the set of City of God. The Fast Rider OG kicked off a new era as Germany’s first ever ‘jogging’ shoe 40 years ago, and now it’s returned with some samba vibes to brighten up those dingy winter evenings. Yes please. GOLDEN CABANE ANNIVERSARY SHIRTS N/A goldencabane.com By the time you finish reading this, these shirts will almost certainly be sold out. So why include them? Well, look at them – then look out for the next lot from Golden Cabane. The French studio upcycle classic football shirts into…

1 min
xmas gift ideas

FIRMA STELLA AUTOGRAPHED MEMORABILIA £9.99-£2,499.99 firmastella.com Few do signed football memorabilia better than Firma Stella, who deal only in 100 per cent authentic signed shirts, balls, boots and photos. All of their items also come with a Certificate of Authenticity and, in most cases, a picture of the stars signing the memorabilia. Their vast collection ranges from gloves signed by Gigi Buffon to a Champions League-winning jersey signed by the whole Liverpool team. These are gifts that will leave a lasting impression, not least after all the socks. YOUR FOOTBALL PROGRAMME £2-£850 yourfootballprogramme.co.uk Treat a football-mad family member to some classic football memorabilia. Your Football Programme isn’t a dealer or trader; just a bloke who decided the time has come to sell his incredible collection. Over the years he has gathered everything from framed shirts…

5 min
meanwhile in…

1 HARRY, IS THAT YOU? Euro 2020 is just seven months away now, and that can mean only one thing: Skillzy on tour. The tournament’s official mascot was unveiled back in March. He’s a curious humanoid character with a name a bit like a rapper’s and a head even bigger than Harry Maguire’s. Essentially he’s the modern-day Frank Sidebottom, with bonus ball-juggling prowess. Skillzy is now making his way around the Euro 2020 venues, watching Ireland play in Dublin and jetting to Saint Petersburg to greet Russia midfielder Aleksandr Yerokhin, Euro 2000 winner Christian Karembeu and Southend United manager Sol Campbell. The mascot then flew to Rome, where he did a spot of ball-juggling outside the Colosseum, lobbed a coin into the Trevi Fountain and, exhausted, sat down to tuck into some spaghetti. Next…