Time’s running out to complete the Great Pompey Survey

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  • We want your views on life with Pompey
  • Survey will take place over six weeks
  • Club will be listening to your thoughts
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Have your say

THE clock is ticking for fans if they want to take part in the Great Pompey Survey,

We asked for your views on all things royal blue – and have been bowled over by the response.

You’ve been logging on to portsmouth.co.uk in droves and letting us know your thoughts on week one’s subject: On the pitch.

But time is running out when it comes to the deadline to let us know your thoughts.

Everyone has until midday on Saturday to complete the survey – ahead of us reporting back our findings in The News and online next week.

The good news is Pompey will be listening to everything you are saying.

With the club keener than ever to engage with fans in the community-owned era, the survey will provide a useful sounding board.

Chief executive, Mark Catlin, said: ‘The more feedback we get from our supporters the better.

‘Our supporters are the lifeblood of the club and surveys such as this can only help us to gauge the opinions of our fanbase.’

The questions are broken down in to six sub-sections we will focus on each week.

This week it’s what has taken place on the pitch this season.

Week two will be all about matchday experience and week three is looking at club ownership.

Week four looks at the Pompey Supporters’ Trust, week five the new manager and week six is on The News’ coverage both in print and online at portsmouth.co.uk.

We want your thoughts on this week’s focus by answering the 20 questions we have formulated on the topic.

There’s little doubt it has been one of the most difficult campaigns on the pitch in Pompey’s history.

The club slumped to the worst Football League finish, in terms of both points and position, in their history.

But what were the key factors in what unravelled? Why did it go so wrong in the end?

It wasn’t all bad news, either, with a number of memorable moments, development of young players and Jed Wallace coming to prominence.

We are focusing on everything from formations to opposition players and who are Pompey’s emerging players who excite you the most?

So all you have to do is log on to portsmouth.co.uk, follow the link to the Great Pompey Survey and then fill out the form.

Remember, the clock is ticking!

To register your vote in our Great Pompey Survey, click here.

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