Meet the men who will be updating Sky Tyne and Wear on the latest news at Gateshead every week - as well as providing a totally objective assessment of their own performances.
Defender James Curtis and midfielder Phil Turnbull - who Curtis likens to Real Madrid's Xabi Alonso - will check in with us every week to take us behind the scenes at Gateshead.
They will be discussing previous results, as well as looking ahead to the team's next game.
As our first blog shows, the pair never underestimate their contribution to the Gateshead cause.
Visit our Non-League page every week to hear the pair's latest musings.
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