This monthly football magazine takes an in-depth look at the game's biggest issues and brightest stars.
Every edition is packed with opinion pieces from respected pundits and former professionals, as well as feature articles and interviews with the world's best players, who discuss everything from their relationship with their teammates to their pre-match superstitions.
With a subscription to FourFourTwo magazine, you'll be able to read the popular 'The Player' column every month, which gives you an insight into the things you don't normally get to see in the professional football world, such as alcohol abuse and other off-field misbehaviour, providing an interesting backdrop to the other talking points covered in the magazine.
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A FourFourTwo magazine subscription will bring you everything the magazine has to offer every month. Feature articles and superb action photography will keep you gripped for more than just the first half, and with big name interviews with the stars, from today, tomorrow and yesteryear, you will definitely need extra time to finish it!
Published by Haymarket, FourFourTwo magazine is a monthly magazine that has been running for 16 years so far. Taking its name from the football formation of the same name, which is considered to be a trustworthy formation in football, the magazine aims to echo this sentiment, providing consistent and trustworthy content.
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