Calling all Torquay United fans!
IT'S the page for fans, written by fans.
The Herald Express is this week launching #hegulls – a new section bringing the views of Torquay United supporters to the fore.
Published in-paper for the first time on Thursday, February 21, there will also be plenty of scope for on-going debate on Twitter and via the Torquay United pages of our website www.thisissouthdevon.co.uk
But we need your help to make it a success.
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Whether you are a regular on the Pop Side, an occasional visitor to the Family Stand, or an armchair fan supporting the club from home, your contributions are vital.
From tweets on a weekly topic to your all-time Torquay United XI, there will be plenty of chances to have your voice heard.
We will carry longer pieces too, including regular articles by our resident 'superfan' – Pop Side stalwart Ben Currie.
But we're also welcoming articles on virtually any topic fans can think of, provided they are Torquay United-related.
Photos are welcome too, preferably in jpeg format.
We don't want match reports, as our football writer David Thomas will continue with his excellent coverage, and we're not keen on criticism of individual players – we're fans too remember.
But if there's another topic which really lights your fire – from the half-time pasties and pies to the best away pubs – then we'd love to hear about it.
And there's every chance that your words of wisdom will be shared with Torquay United fans everywhere.
We'll run a different Torquay United dream team every week, and suggest weekly topics that you can comment on through Twitter or email. The best tweets will be published in-paper.
We're also welcoming ideas for a TUFC Top Five on just about anything you can think of, from past managers to away grounds. The more quirky, the better.
Nostalgia pieces are welcome too if they relate to a current event, such as an upcoming match against a long-standing rival or the return of a player to Plainmoor, as an opponent or not.
Longer articles should be no more than 600 words, while tweets should include the hashtag #hegulls for us to see them.
You can follow us or get in contact on Twitter via @Herald_Express or Sports Editor @mrandyphillips.
Alternatively, email us at email@example.com with your articles and photos.
Come on you Yellows!