Energised by thoughts of Fray Bentos pies and corned beef, magazine editor Andy Lyons, writer Harry Pearson and host Daniel Gray discuss player-managers from Howard Kendall to Edgar Davids via tea lady aggro. Tributes to Colin Bell lead to a discussion of famous player combinations including Hibs’ Famous Five, the Blonde Arrow and the Galloping Major, and a £50,000 forward line shipwrecked off the coast of Spain. There is a delve inside the pages of issue 406 of WSC magazine, Record Breakers takes us to Wuppertal, Lokeren and Rome, and Dan is joined by Beesotted co-editor Billy Grant to talk all things Brentford.

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February issue available now online and in store

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From Doncaster loanee Theo Streete's sole Football League strike to Thierry Henry capping off his Highbury love affair, being the last or first to score at a ground secures your place in history

In this exclusive WSC Supporters’ Club edition of the podcast, magazine editor Andy Lyons, writer Harry Pearson and host Daniel Gray discuss old football possessions, Christmas presents related to the game and matches in snow and fog, from orange balls to the Filbert Street polysphere. Dan’s dubious views on the efficiency of household glue are questioned, and the Random Topic Generator throws up the subject of One Hit Wonder players including Cup Tie McKay and Tim Buzaglo. Record Breakers takes us to Udine, Reims and Norwich.

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January issue available now online and in store

Jubilant to have discovered a supplier of Fry’s Raspberry Creams, magazine editor Andy Lyons, writer Harry Pearson and host Daniel Gray discuss early foreign players in the British game from Tewfik Abdullah to Zoltan Varga via a Boothferry Park sausage cart, Arthur Lightening’s booze theft and a professional dart blower. Plus, Joe Frail’s spotted hanky, double Garry Thomson hat-tricks and a chat about all things Sunderland with Gavin Henderson from the Roker Report podcast and website. And Record Breakers takes us to Vienna, Paris and Ashington.

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