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Calling all Football Fans! Become a Scotzine Fan Pundit You live and breath your club, now vlog about it....

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We are looking to take things to the next level in our coverage of the Scottish game. Video content is the next big leap for us and the first aspect of Scotzine dipping our toes into this format will be our Fan Pundits format.

So what is a #scotzinefanpundit ?

After each game, we hope to secure fans of clubs in the SPFL to send us their videos via Skype to give their honest take on their team’s performance and results that weekend/midweek.

A two-minute dissection of the players performances, the manager’s team selections, tactics & substitutions, along with the overall result and the refereeing decisions – is needed per club every game.

Whether it is shot via your laptop’s webcam, your phone or tablet camera or even using an HD camcorder – we want you to send us your video match reaction pieces and they will be showcased on Scotzine.

You don’t need to look pretty – even Tam Cowan and Pat Nevin got on the telly – so you could be a step up!

All we ask is that you take it seriously, no offensive language, swearing or derogatory terms etc. It can be funny or deadly serious it’s up to you – but we won’t publish any old pish it needs to add something to our coverage not be just another Gordon Sawers mouthing off.

How to apply to become a Scotzine Fan Pundit?

1. Add ‘scotzine’ on skype

2. Send us your 30 second video [focusing on the club you support and why you should be selected as one of our skype pundits]. Make it stand out.

3. Once we have viewed your video we will then get back to you with a Yay or a Nay!

4. We take it from there…..

How to make a video message via Skype

For more information get in touch with Scotzine editor Andy Muirhead on editor@scotzine.com – no applicants will be accepted without providing their 30 second video piece.

Please note that Skype is not involved in this in anyway or form – we are just utilising their online service to provide Scottish football fans a voice which otherwise would be lost in the multitude of threads on a forum or ignored by our mainstream media as bampottery.

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Andy Muirhead is the Editor of Scotzine and the Scottish Football fanzine FITBA. He is the Scottish Football columnist for The Morning Star and has written for a number of other publications including ESPN, Huffington Post UK, BT Life's a Pitch and has had his work featured in the Daily Record, The Scotsman and the Daily Mail.

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