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Remembering one of football’s great modern comebacks

Football is littered with catchphrases and clichés. One of the best-known is “it’s not over till the final whistle.” On the face of it, that might sound like a hackneyed statement of…

Super Robert Pirès

The rarest of talents, at his best Robert Pirès was a joy to behold, often unplayable, and the man Arsène Wenger called Arsenal’s “oil in the engine”

A-Z of the 2000s: Thierry Henry

There are few players who define a generation as adroitly as Thierry Henry, the man who reinvented what it meant to be a striker in England

Names of the Nineties: Dennis Bergkamp

What made Dennis Bergkampso special was the magical qualities he had with the ball at his feet, the kind that stopped time, time and again

Names of the Nineties: Tony Adams

On the pitch and off it, Arsenal legend Tony Adams remains a champion, a very human champion, and an inspiration to so many

Names of the Nineties: David Seaman

That moutstache. That ponytail. David Seaman was truly iconic. And beyond that, he remains one of English football’s greatest goalkeepers

Names of the Nineties: Ian Wright

From the concrete estates of south London to the summit of the Premier League, Ian Wright is a man who may belong to the 90s but shall never be forgotten