Getting your message to Nahki across can be done in a variety of ways — Twitter, Facebook or even good old-fashioned email. *AFP photo
Getting your message to Nahki across can be done in a variety of ways — Twitter, Facebook or even good old-fashioned email. *AFP photo

Bermuda is just nine days away from watching one of our own grace the Wembley turf — and we want to read your messages of support.

The Bermuda Sun’s Twitter and Facebook platforms are specially geared up so you can post your own personal message to Nahki Wells ahead of Bradford City’s  Capital One Cup final date with Premier League Swansea on February 24.

We want to hear your thoughts on Nahki’s big day, and we’ll print the best messages in next Friday’s edition. The best one will even get the honour of being published on the FRONT PAGE that Friday.

Getting your message to Nahki across can be done in a variety of ways — Twitter, Facebook or even good old-fashioned email.

To tweet your message, simply ensure it is hashtagged #WellsAtWembley, where you’ll find yours and all the other messages of support as well as the latest news, views and links surrounding Nahki at Wembley.

You can also leave your thoughts on our Facebook page — facebook.com/BermudaSun — underneath the posting of this story.

Failing that, just send me what you want to say at jburton@bermudasun.bm.

The former Dandy Town striker will have every Bermudian behind him that Sunday, whether it be live in the stadium, in a raucous pub on the island, from the comfort of their own home or following events as they happen courtesy of the live minute-by-minute updates on bermudasun.bm.

There has already been hordes of well-wishers for the Bradford striker, and the messages of support will only increase in the coming days on the Sun’s various platforms.

So if you want to be a part of this huge sports story in Bermuda? Nothing could be simpler. So get messaging.