"True" football fanatics have views on all teams

icon 2412 March ~ Football fans tend to have a favourite team, the club they support. Yet even when watching games not involving this club, most will have a preference when it comes to who wins – despite them regularly not being from the same league or even country. The reason for their personal prejudice is rarely ability but often boils down to tiny details such as an ex-player, a good (or bad) away day or a favourite colour. Ged Naughton, on his blog, suggests you can use this information to work out who is a "true" football fanatic – and challenges you to rank all 92 Football League teams in order of preference.

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