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We want your #myitfcpic snaps!

PUBLISHED: 13:24 18 March 2017 | UPDATED: 17:00 18 March 2017

We want your pictures from following the Blues!

We want your pictures from following the Blues!

We want your pictures from following the Tractor Boys!

Town might have had a fruitless trip to Cardiff on Saturday, going down 3-1 to the Bluebirds, but we’d love to see your pictures from a road trip to support the team.

Simply use the hashtag #myitfcpic on Twitter and Instagram and we’ll use the best ones in an online gallery.

It’s not match action pictures we’re after, more you and your friends in the stands, on the road and post match.

And if you want to record a short video giving your thoughts on the game, celebrating goals or chanting on the terraces, we’ll use that too – but no swearing please!

So get tagging!

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