402 Harry Dan

Fans of Brentford, Boston United and York City didn't get to say a proper goodbye to their beloved grounds – but at least they were spared the hollow choreography of a closing ceremony

Battling on despite the halt of Wagon Wheel production due to industrial action, magazine editor Andy Lyons, writer Harry Pearson and host Daniel Gray discuss club mergers from Thames Valley Royals to Manstock County. There is a delve into the pages of WSC issue 402 including the mechanics of the Season Guide and the difference between a "fan" and a "supporter", and Record Breakers takes us to Rotterdam, Vancouver and Cardiff. Plus, international retirements and refusals and football grounds built into mountains.

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Amid cock-a-hoop chatter of mid-table obscurity, magazine editor Andy Lyons, writer Harry Pearson and host Daniel Gray talk temperature checks at the turnstiles and Groups of Death. A conversation about footballers’ more famous relatives ends in Shoestring and Terry Savalas as centre-halves, and a Greek-American Tony Mowbray. Record Breakers takes us to Belgrade, Turin and Peterborough. Plus, Richard Hay from Aberdeen podcast Here We Go! joins Dan to talk all things Dons. Expect Duncan Ferguson’s balloon encounters, the Beatnik of the goal and Romeo Challenger.

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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 discuss football figures on vacation including Graeme Souness’ holiday reading and beach Zelig Keith Weller, and players who own bed & breakfasts. Record Breakers takes us to Brussels, Rio and Glasgow. Plus, underqualified managers from Chester’s Terry Smith to Raith’s Claude Anelka, and flashback to Stan Flashman.

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The striker turns 45 at the end of August but having clocked up 26 years of service across the top nine levels of English football, he has no plans to stop any time soon

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