Premier League: What are the top questions asked about your club?
What are the most common questions other football fans ask about your club?
BBC Sport has compiled the most searched for 'why' questions in the UK for Premier League clubs from the start of the season.
Queries about black armbands are most popular, with 11 clubs featuring a question about the subject in their top five searches. Sixteen of the 20 clubs had questions about their nicknames.
Some of the top-five questions may surprise you, the answers (most of them) can be found in the links.
1.Why are Arsenal wearing black armbands?
Manager Arsene Wenger did not see a player he could "guarantee making the team better"? He did not see it? Classic Wenger.
Prince William didn't want to be a glory hunter by choosing a club like Manchester United or Chelsea. He chose Villa, who are now bottom of the league. That went well.
5.Why aren't Aston Villa in the Uefa Champions League?
Slight contention about this one. The players wore cherry red coloured striped shirts and the stadium Dean Court was built next to an estate which included many cherry orchards.
2.Why are Bournemouth wearing black armbands?
3.Why aren't Bournemouth playing Tyrone Mings?
A whole host of reasons. Too much time off in the summer, poor transfers, the Dr Eva Carneiro controversy and attitude of the players are just some to mention.
2.Why are Chelsea wearing black armbands today?
To give an appearance of being sinister and a powerful image of unity. It gives them the appearance of an army and the strength as a gang. Basically, to make them look hard.
2.Why are Everton wearing black armbands?
One of the cast was an Everton fan and took others from the show to watch the team. In recognition, the players came out on the field to the music and it stuck ever since.
A passionate manager in Claudio Ranieri, a team-ethic with a great atmosphere, livewire striker Jamie Vardy and work done by previous boss Nigel Pearson. Leicester's fairytale continues.
2.Why are Liverpool wearing black armbands?
The version the fans sing was released in 1963 by Liverpool group Gerry and the Pacemakers and was adopted by the Kop not long after. Hold up those scarves..."When you walk, through a storm..."
The three stars above the eagle constitute a design element that gives a more continental feel to the badge. Purely decorative. Maybe Pep Guardiola can deliver three European Cups to give it a different meaning? Although from next season they'll wear a more traditional version of the badge.
1.Why are Man United wearing black armbands?
Pogba, then 19, departed the club in 2012 after refusing the offer of a new contract because he had grown frustrated by a lack of first-team football. Oh, how they must regret doing that.
The two sea-horses represent Tyneside's strong connection with the sea. Maybe it should have been an anchor, to stop them sinking into the Championship?
It comes from The Strangers, who were European refugees who came to live in Norwich in the 16th Century. They were famous for breeding canaries.
3.Why is Norwich wearing black armbands?
"Oh when the Saints, go marching in..." Since its inception in 1885, the club have been called the Saints because of its history as a church football team. Since 2001 St Mary's has been the home of the club.
2.Why were Southampton wearing black armbands?
In 2010, the Welshman suffered a career-threatening leg break following a tackle from Stoke defender Ryan Shawcross. Ramsey was claimed to have turned down an offer of apology from Shawcross and has been given stick at the Britannia Stadium ever since.
Nobody seems to really know, but the most popular theory is that it began in a pub after a policeman asked Stoke fans to sing without swearing. Fantastic.
5.Why are Stoke fans booing Nacho Monreal?
When chairman of Coventry, Hill had their kick-off against Bristol City delayed on the final day of the season. News came through that Sunderland had lost, meaning both the other teams would stay up if neither scored. Ouch.
3.Why do only some of the Swansea players have black armbands on?
Two theories here: the reputation of local seamen "Jack Tars" in the early 19th century and a dog named Jack who rescued 27 people from drowning in the River Tawe and Swansea Docks during the 1930s.
Founders of the club wanted to see their team emulating the prowess of noble Sir Henry Percy, whose nickname was Hotspur. The club are showing their fight for a first Premier League crown this year.
2.Why are Tottenham wearing black armbands?
This one isn't what a lot of people think. It is actually the head of a hart, the symbol of the county of Hertfordshire, and not a stag or moose, as many often see.
The baggy clothing worn by people in the local ironworks who went straight to the match after work or the gatekeepers gathering takings at the ground in large cloth bags. Which one? You decide.
3.Why are West Brom wearing black armbands?
Adopted in the 1920s by former manager Charlie Paynter and many years later featuring in the Green Street Hooligans film.
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