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Terrified at the thought of a Cabbage Patch Kid uprising, magazine editor Andy Lyons, writer Harry Pearson and host Daniel Gray discuss unlikely cup finalists, from the London XI to Catanzaro via Bobby Gould’s tears and Johnny Crossan’s Tongeren insomnia. WSC Assistant Editor Ffion Thomas delves into the pages of magazine issue 422, Record Breakers brings delight from Denmark, and we continue our sprightly 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 Suzy Wrack, Guardian sportswriter and author of the new book, A Woman’s Game: The Rise, Fall, and Rise Again of Women’s Football.

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In this exclusive WSC Supporters’ Club edition of the podcast, magazine editor Andy Lyons, writer Harry Pearson and host Daniel Gray shake off a bemusing Emile Heskey experience in the Darlington multiverse to discuss Notable Club Owners from the Golden Tit of Wolverhampton to Les Scadding of Newport. Record Breakers brings a lullaby from Lørenskog, and we continue our sprightly 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 Anthony Bunn from Stoke City’s Duck magazine.

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Avoiding a ticking off from a kid in a referee’s kit, magazine editor Andy Lyons, writer Harry Pearson and host Daniel Gray discuss Unexpected Promotions and Relegations, from Torquay United dog bites to Eddie Large the dugout Jonah via Wiggy Threlfall’s Morecambe and Don Scrimgeour MacKay’s Coventry. WSC Deputy Editor Tom Hocking talks us through the pages of magazine edition 421 and Record Breakers brings Grecian glamour. We continue our rapidly maturing 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 broadcaster Ned Boulting.

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June 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 talk Long-Serving Managers, from Guy Roux to Johnny "Codger" Madden via Kenny Dalglish’s window cleaner. There is also chatter about near death experiences while leaving Hartlepool and Swindon’s blackout strip, while Record Breakers brings a lullaby from Leoben. We continue our once-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 Tom Moore, editor of Everton fanzine, The Black Watch.

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