TWTD Questionnaire 2017/18
Thursday, 31st May 2018 13:20
With the identity of the Blues' new manager now confirmed, there's still time to complete this year's TWTD Questionnaire, the chance for you to look back in judgement on Town's 2017/18 campaign.
The results of the TWTD Questionnaire will be made available once TWTD's supercomputer, the Osborne 1.0, has finished the processing later in the summer.
It's quite long, so leave the odd question out if you can't decide on an answer, it doesn't apply to you, you're getting a bit bored or you're starting to feel tired. All answers will be treated in the strictest confidence.
The TWTD Questionnaire has been run for more than 20 years and is the biggest annual survey carried out amongst Town supporters with 3,203 fans responding last year. All the relevant people are made aware of the results.
To fill in this year’s TWTD Questionnaire and to look at those from previous seasons, click here.
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