Special Sub-Topic: Club Nicknames
|Which club were known as the Stags?|
Mansfield Town. Ted Hartson scored 55 goals for the club in 1936/37 in Division 3 North.
|Which football league club was known as the Bees?|
Brentford. Brentford reached the quarterfinals of the FA Cup in 1938 and 1989.
|Lincoln City was known as the Red Imps?|
True. One of Lincoln's biggest defeats ever was 11-3 to Manchester City in March 1895 in Division 2.
|Who were known as the Bantams?|
Bradford City. Cec Podd made 502 appearances for the club between 1970 and 1984.
|Doncaster were known as the Quakers?|
False. The Quakers were from Darlington.
|Who were the Sky Blues?|
Coventry City. A record transfer fee was received by Coventry from Inter Milan for Robbie Keane.
|Who were known as the Tigers?|
Hull City. Hull's biggest home gate was 55,019 v. Manchester United in the FA Cup 6th round in February 1949.
|Bournemouth were known as the Cherries?|
True. Harry Redkanpp managed the club between October 1983 and June 1992.
|Who are known as the Silkmen?|
Macclesfield Town. Macclesfield had been at their Moss Road ground since 1891, for over 110 years.
|Who were known as the Royals?|
Reading. The club's most capped player was Jimmy Quinn who played 17 times for Northern Ireland.
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