Clichy: I won't be at Manchester City next season
Manchester City left-back Gael Clichy will leave at the end of his contract, having won two Premier Leagues and two EFL Cups in six seasons.
Coutinho explains why he'd snub Barcelona for Liverpool stay
The prospect of being at icon at Liverpool is more attractive to Philippe Coutinho than joining the wealth of stars at Barcelona.
FourFourTwo’s Stats Zone Awards: and the Premier League Striker of the Year is...
His astonishing goalscoring record speaks for itself, but further analysis points to a more well-rounded and effective forward than he first appears
FourFourTwo’s Stats Zone Awards: and the Premier League Midfielder of the Year is...
The brains behind his teams rise, this versatile passmaster is finally getting the credit his league-leading creative talents deserve
EFL should offer streaming service to UK fans too
Last week the EFL announced that for £110 a season, overseas fans would be able to watch Championship, League One and League Two matches live. UK fans should be given the same chance.
Life After Ange
The Socceroos coach has announced his departure at the end of the 2018 World Cup campaign. Without doing any research at all, I can’t think of any previous Australia coach who has announced his departure in advance (maybe Terry Venables?). But, with Ange’s announcement comes the inevitable question: who should be next?
Herrera Brings Balance as Enforcer
What has happened to Ander Herrera this season? He’s jolted the tracks which were running to Sub-Standard Number 10 Town, and re-stoked his engine full of tenacity heading for Roy Keane City. One suspects the whisperings in his ear from the now wizened old conjurer of tricks Jose Mourinho has something to do with it.
The ULTIMATE Grand Final flashback
When too much just isn't enough – if you're getting A-League withdrawals and want to relive that epic grand final, then immerse yourself in our exclusive MAMMOTH grand final gallery.
Video: Thomas talks Grand Final
He stepped in for an injured Nathan Coe in the 2015 decider. Can Lawrence Thomas, in his first season as No.1, again come out victorious against the Sky Blues?
Cahill 40m strike wins A-League Goal of the Year
He's still got it! Socceroo legend Tim Cahill unleashed this long range screamer on debut for City in the Melbourne Derby in October, and picked up the A-League Goal of the Year for the 40m wonder strike.