In this exclusive WSC Supporters’ Club edition of the podcast, magazine editor Andy Lyons, writer Harry Pearson and host Daniel Gray bring old fashioned Bronx Cheer to the topic of Lost Positions and Formations, from the Bristol Rovers Whirl to Malcolm Allison’s Cantabrian Circle via the last of the pocket battleships. Record Breakers brings balladry in Naples, and we launch our brand new feature, The Final Third, in which a guest contributes a match, a player and an object to the WSC Museum of Football. Joining Dan as our visiting curator this time is author and journalist Nige Tassell.

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The Player 4 Player consultancy group is helping to guide ex-professionals taking their first steps into new careers

Tumbling down the hill of life on wheeled goalposts, magazine editor Andy Lyons, writer Harry Pearson and host Daniel Gray discuss Distinctive Managerial Looks and Traits, from Nereo Rocco’s newspaper hat to Scott Parker’s tie knots via Dave "Coco" Smith and the 38th greatest Belgian of all time. Elsewhere, an injury-time incident in a Hartlepool game sparks fears of the apocalypse, the trio delve into the pages of WSC magazine issue 415 and Dan talks all things Crystal Palace with Jack Pierce of the Five Year Plan fanzine and podcast.

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December issue available now online and in store

In this exclusive WSC Supporters’ Club edition of the podcast, magazine editor Andy Lyons, writer Harry Pearson and host Daniel Gray discuss good players who didn’t play at the top level, from Bradford and Atyeo of Bristol to Tommy Tynan, The Bison of Muggia and a nightmare debut for Bedford Jezzard. There is talk too of the footballer who owned a joke shop and specialist coaches, and Record Breakers takes us to Amsterdam, Mexico City and Florence.

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