THE GREAT Pompey Survey is here.
And that means we want YOU to tell us everything about the club you love.
We want your views on all things royal blue and to hear about your experiences following the star and crescent.
So, over the next six weeks, The News will be providing you with the platform to tell us about everything you appreciate – and maybe don’t like so much – about this famous, old football club.
We will then collect the data and report your thoughts, feelings and passion over life down at PO4 back to you.
And, crucially, the football club will be listening to what you have to say.
In this period of community ownership, Pompey are keener than ever to engage with supporters and listen to your thoughts.
And chief executive Mark Catlin has promised that will be the case when it comes to the survey.
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 fan base.’
So, how are things going to work and how can you get involved in providing feedback?
We have broken the survey down into six different sub-sections we feel encompass all that is taking place at Fratton Park at present.
Each Monday in The News we will then tackle each particular topic while analysing and providing results from the previous week.
This week the subject will look at events on the pitch.
Week two will be all about matchday experience, week three is looking at club ownership, week four Pompey Supporters’ Trust, week five the new manager and finally week six is The News’ coverage, both in print and online at portsmouth.co.uk.
We will then analyse and interpret all the information you have provided and deliver the findings in the final week of the survey.
Visiting this website is the ONLY way to carry out the survey and you cannot take part via post.
This week it’s all about what has unfolded over the past nine months.
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?
It wasn’t all bad news, either, with a number of memorable moments, emergence of young players and Jed Wallace coming to prominence.
We want your thoughts on the subject by answering the 20 questions we have formulated on the topic.
You will be able to vote on week one’s topic until midday on Saturday.
Pompey fans are loud and vocal when following their team – now it’s time to make your voices heard again.