In this exclusive WSC Supporters’ Club edition of the podcast, magazine editor Andy Lyons, writer Harry Pearson and host Daniel Gray discuss the magic of the orange ball, talk over three obscure football records and run through Christmas gifts from the Action Man footballer to Tomy Super Cup. Plus, a conversational flick through issue 394 of When Saturday Comes magazine.

To only way to hear this episode is to sign up for the WSC Supporters' Club for as little as $2 (around £1.55 per month). There are great rewards, including bonus episodes, extended editions, badges, T-shirts and photo prints.

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From fans on boards to a redistribution of TV income to help the grassroots, Labour are determined to revolutionise how football is run if they win the 2019 General Election

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Safe standing has earned its place in all three manifestos, though only one party offers a detailed plan for the game's future

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Decisions of politicians at local and national levels have an impact on everything from safe standing and club ownership to youth teams and playing fields

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January issue available now online and in store

In the second ever When Saturday Comes podcast, magazine editor Andy Lyons, writer Harry Pearson and host Daniel Gray discuss stadium food and drink from Bovil to Quovril, talk over three obscure football records and gossip about the idiosyncrasies of old-school chairmen. Plus, Ralph Milne’s ear trick, the footballer who could fly (over Minis) and Ron Noades’ favourite cheese.

If you enjoyed this and would like more, you can sign up to the WSC Supporters' Club for as little as $2 (around £1.55 per month). There are great rewards, including bonus episodes, extended editions, badges, T-shirts and photo prints.

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