11th August 2020: Q: How many of the 49 Clubs who have played in the Premier League have Birds on their Badges?
A: 15 of the 49 Premier League Clubs have Birds on their Badges: Blackpool (Seagull), Bradford City (Bantam Cock), Brighton & Hove Albion (Seagull), Burnley (Stork), Cardiff City (Bluebird), Crystal Palace (Eagle), Liverpool (Liver Bird), Norwich City (Canary), Oldham Athletic (Owl), Sheffield Wednesday (Owl), Swansea City (Swan), Swindon Town (Robin), Tottenham Hotspur (Cockerel), West Bromwich Albion (Throstle), Wimbledon (Eagle). English Premier League 1992-93 to 2019-20.
10th August 2020: Q: Which six Turkish Clubs played in the UEFA Champions League Group Stages?
6th August 2020: Q: Which seven Premier League Manager of the Month Winners were from Southampton FC?
A: Dave Merrington (April 1996), Graeme Souness (October 1996 & April 1997), Gordon Strachan (January 202 & December 2002), Harry Redknapp (March 2005), Mauricio Pochettino (October 2013), Ronald Koeman (September 2014, January 2015 & January 2016) and Ralph Hasenhuttl (July 2020). Premier League Manager of the Month Awards August 1993 to July 2020.
5th August 2020: Q: How many Clubs who have played in the Football League had “Ford” in their names?
2nd August 2020: Q: Who were the last seven men to win the FA Cup as both Players and Managers?
A: Kenny Dalglish (Player 1986, Manager 1986 & 1989), Bobby Gould (Player 1980, Manager 1988), Terry Venables (Player 1967, Manager 1991), George Graham (Player 1971, Manager 1993), Gianluca Vialli (Player 1997, Manager 2000), Roberto di Matteo (Player 1997 & 2000, Manager 2012) and Mikel Arteta (Player 2014 & 2015, Manager 2020). FA Cup Winning Managers 1871-72 to 2019-20.
1st August 2020: Q: Which eight Clubs outside the Top Flight won FA Cup Finals from 1888-89 onward?
A: Notts County (1894), Tottenham Hotspur (Southern League 1901), Wolverhampton Wanderers (1908), Barnsley (1912), West Bromwich Albion (1931), Sunderland (1973), Southampton (1976) and West Ham United (1980). FA Cup Finals 1871-72 to 2019-20.