In another exclusive WSC Supporters’ Club edition of the podcast, magazine editor Andy Lyons, writer Harry Pearson and host Daniel Gray get in the mood for Euro 2020 with talk of Bulgaria’s stay in Ravenscar, seeing Zidane while lawn-mowing and musing the concept of an Anglo-Saxon Heptarchy Trophy. Their Euros chat also takes in post-tournament signings from Ipswich’s Sergei Baltacha to Torben Piechnik of Liverpool, worst team performances, the manager who possibly knew Greek whistling dialect, Luxembourg glory and mascot terror. Plus, Record Breakers takes us to Cologne, Rome and London.

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