The works of the "Burley Banksy" have come under anonymous attack, but the support of the club and community have ensured his designs will remain part of the matchday experience

In the first ever When Saturday Comes podcast, magazine editor Andy Lyons, writer Harry Pearson and host Daniel Gray discuss football words from "thwart" to "hapless", talk over three obscure football records and discuss issue 393 of WSC. Plus, deputy editor Tom Hocking interviews Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn about his party's football policies.

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The top level of the game is only just beginning to address its huge carbon footprint but the League Two club have long made environmental responsibility their ethos

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December issue available now online and in store

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The flamboyant forward delighted the Premier League with his eye for the spectacular – and helped save the Bantams by writing off the millions owed to him in wages

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In both the domestic and international game, past glories are increasingly shown off on and around the badge – but it's not always obvious exactly what achievements they denote

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