Your chance to join the Pompey Panel

We want your video views on Paul Cook's side this season Picture: Joe Pepler
We want your video views on Paul Cook's side this season Picture: Joe Pepler
Joe Hancott in action for Pompey Reserves against Southend. Picture: Colin Farmery

Harris hails Pompey Reserves’ performance

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Have your say

THE NEW season is nearly with us.

And the anticipation is building ahead of the big kick-off against Dagenham & Redbridge on Saturday.

We’ll be giving you all the latest news and in-depth coverage ahead of the League Two curtain raiser.

The best reaction to the game will then be delivered in The News, Sports Mail and portsmouth.co.uk from the final whistle.

Now we want you to get more involved than ever with having your say on the side you love.

This season we are introducing the Pompey Panel as part of our post-match coverage.

And it’s you who will be the stars of this lively new feature at portsmouth.co.uk on a Sunday morning.

We are looking for passionate members of the Fratton faithful to give their video views after each Pompey game.

We will then publish your verdicts to get the debate going.

You can air your thoughts on any of the issues surrounding the game.

Who are the players you thought stood out? Who had a stinker? Did Paul Cook get his tactics and team selection right?

These are the kind of areas we want you to cover in videos of 30 seconds to one minute in length.

So all you need to do is grab your mobile phone and get talking!

The News’ head of sport, Mark McMahon, explained the Pompey Panel was one of a host of new innovations to widen Pompey coverage for the new campaign

He said: ‘We feel it’s crucially important for supporters to be able to have their say.

‘So we want to give all Pompey fans the chance to be able to do just that.

‘We will still be bringing all of your favourite coverage on our platforms.

‘But we will also be adding a host of new features to ensure our Pompey coverage continues to lead the way.’

If you are interested in being part of our Pompey Panel, we want you to get in touch with us.

Email mark.mcmahon@thenews.co.uk with your details.