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After almost a year without full stadiums, the connections made through football are missed just as much as the goal celebrations

Giddy on Walnut Whips and engrossed in button football, magazine editor Andy Lyons, writer Harry Pearson and host Daniel Gray discuss British managers in Asia from Dave Booth’s moisturising routine to Don Revie’s Keith Harris puppet misery. There is discussion of organic snails, the goalkeeper who stole a child’s pen and distracting views from grounds, and a look between the pages of WSC magazine issue 407. Record Breakers takes us to Sao Paulo, Kuwait and Wrexham, and Matt Hibbert from the This is Tranmere podcast chats to Dan about all things Rovers.

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March 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 discuss incredibly tall players from Jack Charlton’s dream made flesh Kevin Francis to a Jan Koller lookalike. There is talk too of getting lost on the way to the ground, small players from Les Green to the Little Napoleon, little and large forward combinations including Smash & Grab, and players dressing up for photo calls. Record Breakers takes us to Amsterdam, Wolverhampton and Haringey.

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With his clean sheet in the FA Cup final and a man-of-the-match performance to win the UEFA Cup, the Cannock-born keeper contributed to the biggest days in the club's history

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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