Next up it's the man Stuart Webber called the most important; Tim Krul. Terri Westgate makes the case for Tim. *Disclaimer, she also made the case for Jamal, but he has his own fan club to come so we edited that bit out. Forgive us Terri...
Terri Westgate is a smiley, joy-filled eternal optimist. You could tell just by looking at her beaming smile as we asked her to put 500 odd flags across Block B of the Lower Barclay. But now, with everything looking rosy, the fear is settling in.
Continuing our week of European memories, Terri Westgate looks back at her European adventure, taking in Vitesse, Muinch and Milan, all without a camera.
Terri Westgate is what the angry mob would call a "happy clapper". She's willing to give Farkelife time to bed in, willing to endure a few defeats while the club goes through a sweeping review and willing to sing even when we're not winning. 'Happy clapper' is a badge she wears with pride and here she explains why...
We're still in the midst of the international break, so what better time to talk about one of City's finest Welsh internationals? Let Terri Westgate take you through her affection for a certain Mr Roberts.
Terri Westgate was born in London, into a family of QPR fans with no known Norfolk connections and yet every other Saturday she's stood, arms aloft, voice warbling, on the Barclay. Here's her City story.