Daily Q&A – Day 10 – Top Football Bloggers

Ah, sports blogging. A veritable treasure trove of timeless facts, glib quotes and celebrity gossip.

What’s not to like? In the ever expanding sports blogosphere every sport is covered: tennis, football, cricket, rugby, and much more. Name the sporting activity and there are legions of bloggers, it seems, dedicated to covering every nuance of the game.

This week in our Daily Q&A challenge, we will be shining a spotlight on sports blogging. First up, football blogs. After all, it is the national sport.

Football Blogging Trivia

Did you know that a schoolboy from North London fooled the world into thinking he was a football journalist in 2014, gathering more than 20,000 followers on Twitter? Yes, Sam Gardner’s is an incredible story that demonstrates the insatiable appetite for news and commentary on football.

Over to you. Do you have a question for a top football blogger? If you could ask Sam Gardner just one question, what would you ask?

Seeking Questions for Top Football Bloggers

We’ve built an interactive platform for asking and answering questions in real-time at assenty.com. It’s free to vote for and post questions, and incredibly easy to use, simply log in with Twitter, visit the relevant question board and post your question in seconds flat. And, because questions can be rewarded, you could nab Gold, Silver or Bronze question award, something to tweet about!

Visit this question board to post your question to a top football blogger.

Are you a blogger? Isn’t it time you stopped manually tracking answers to your questions on the Twitters? By using a question board, all answers are instantly linked to their questions, and the hashtag automatically added for you every time a question is shared on social media! Learn more about answering questions live with Assenty.

How to ask your question:

Here’s an example:
Ron Carne, Caught Offside: and your predictions for Top 5 this season?

Is there a Prize?

The names that win the most votes will each be rewarded with a question board dedicated to the winner’s own Q&A session.

Stay in the loop

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From the previous Daily Q&A

And, in case you missed it, here’s a question from Day 9’s Q&A:

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