Keeping up with the football frenzy
The end of the season is always a busy time football-wise, with titles and trophies to be won, ups and downs decided, and all sorts of ins and outs on the horizon.
But I for one can't remember a time when there were so many big and exciting stories worthy of extra coverage all coming one after the other (and even on the same day, as they seemed to last Saturday!)
Rooney's injury and England squad conjecture, the whole Scolari/McClaren saga, Chelsea's title, Portsmouth putting Birmingham and West Brom down, Hearts in the Champions League - with Spurs hoping to follow suit, Curbishley quitting Charlton, the farewell to Highbury... the list goes on and on.
I haven't even mentioned Middlesbrough and Arsenal set for historic European finals in the next two weeks, a tasty-looking FA Cup final between Liverpool and West Ham, intriguing play-off battles, or several other stories you probably feel I have unfairly ignored.
And this with the World Cup finals only five weeks away.
So how do we do it all justice, given that - even here at the BBC - we can only do so much?
Well, we'll always pledge to bring you the very latest news updates and developments as they happen, and provide extra insight, analysis and depth around what we think are the most interesting or important angles.
But that's just the point. I'd love to get more of a feel for what YOU our audience, rather than us the journalists, would like to read, hear, see and watch on the site, not least so we know whether ideas we might be considering are actually worth pursuing or not.
We do get a daily rundown of traffic to the Sport site in terms of the pages that were most clicked the day before - a snapshot if you like of the stories and events which are proving most popular.
But I'd be intrigued to hear suggestions for how you think you could play your part in influencing our approach to the daily agenda, and more directly inform our decisions about editorial coverage and where any extra effort might be channelled.
All with your non-partisan, objective and impartial hats on obviously!
In the meantime, back to preparing our Steve McClaren profile, photo gallery and comment pieces...