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  1. Oppsal Youth Intake 2026 I mean, it's not terrible, but it doesn't really justify the huge proportion of our budget we are spending on the youth setup. This guy Andersen looks the best, and he's in a good position. Although the 3 determination is a bit worrying.
  2. Oppsal Season 2025 Report Just finished the first season of our second attempt at the Norwegian First division. Our goals for the season were to survive, move on some old, low determination players and push through more youth into the first team. We achieved 2/3 of those things, although failed on the most important one. I moved on our experienced RM and LM before the season started which did prove to be a good move. Cup- We beat lower league Vard 3-0 in the first round before succumbing to Sandnes Ulf from our division on penalties in the second round. League- This turned out to be a bit of a disaster. We started with 7 straight defeats and could never do enough to pull ourselves out of the relegation zone. With about 5 games to go, we looked like we had a chance to escape with a brilliant 1-0 win away at 1st placed Jerv, 3-2 win over fellow relegation battlers Kvik Halden and a 7-2 smashing of mid table Ranheim but a few bad results kept us down and we were ultimately relegated with a game to spare. At least we did better than Fyllingsdalen in last place who managed 3 points all season. Best Players- Top goalscorer: Pål Langåker 19A (10 goals) Our star striker was not really himself this season, as he was pretty inconsistent and even went on a pretty lengthy run without a goal. Still, he was the best goalscorer we had. Most assists: Glenn Harviken (7 assists) As I mentioned, I released our old, long serving wide midfielders and promoted 3 youngsters to fight for the LM role. This guy beat out 2 tagged players to make the position his own and he is starting to develop really nicely. Our starting 11 now contains 2 untagged youth prospects! Highest avg rating: Jørgen Solvang Nilsen (7.14) I can't complain about my CM corps, led by this fella. He's really good and still has a few years left in him, although there are several good youngsters nipping at his heels. MVP: Jørgen Solvang Nilsen Best U23 Player: Arve Granhaug 19B deserves this award this year, he and Pål Langåker have proven the class of '19 was an illustrious one. They are both 23 now so someone else will have to step up for this award next year. Results Results 2 (no) Transfers Academy Players that played over 1000 minutes this season: Pål Langåker 19A (10 goals, 1 assist, 1 POM) Glenn Harviken (5 goals, 7 assists) Stian Sollien 21A (2 assists) Stian Rustand (2 goals) Henrik Kaasa 19C (1 assist) Arve Granhaug 19B (2 goals, 3 assists, 1 POM) Rasmus Nilsen 20A (3 clean sheets) Magnus Berg 22A (1 goal, 3 assists) This season was pretty disheartening as I thought we were better prepared to stay up than last time. Oh well, I guess we are a yo-yo club now. Goals for next season are the same as last time we got relegated, move on some old, low determination players and push more youth into the first team. | League | Pos. | Cup | Europe | Top scorer | Top assists | Highest avg rating| Notes ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 2019 2nd Division 3rd 2nd Round - Bransdal(22) Bransdal(8) Bright-Taylor(7.41) PROMOTION 2020 1st Division 11th 1st Round - Langåker(11) Östman/Nilsen(7) Bright-Taylor(7.06) Survived 2021 1st Division 9th 3rd Round - Langåker(14) Rosendal/Nilsen(6) Kristiansen(7.20) Mid Table 2022 1st Division 9th 2nd Round - Langåker(18) Rosendal/Paulsberg(6) Bright-Taylor(7.07) Mid Table 2023 1st Division 14th 1st Round - Bransdal(9) Nilsen(5) Nilsen(7.08) Relegated 2024 2nd Division 2nd 3rd Round - Langåker(17) Nilsen(9) Bright-Taylor(7.51) PROMOTION 2025 1st Division 15th 2nd Round - Langåker(10) Harviken(7) Nilsen(7.14) Relegated
  3. Oppsal 2025 Youth Intake Much improved on last year, we have several players with really good potential and plenty more that i'll sign as they look at least somewhat promising. We even got a Swedish person. The best of the bunch seems to be a striker, Krogstad which is pretty good positionally as our 2nd and 3rd strikers are both quite old and inconsistent while I just released our 4th choice as he's not really useful anymore. He plays a bit of centre back too apparently. The other bright prospect is Stapnes who is an attacking mid, who i'll retrain as a striker since we don't play with any AMs, but he also looks pretty decent:
  4. Oppsal Season 2024 Report Another season finished here in Norway, as we sought to bounce straight back up after relegation last season, aiming for promotion back into the Norwegian First Division. Before the season I moved on two of our most experienced players, CB Hasle and CM Kristiansen who were declining and had very low determination. This was to improve the overall squad determination and provide more chances for academy players. I intended to do the same with my ageing RM and LM however we didn't really have any depth in the position so I chose to hold onto them for one more season. Here's how the season went: Cup- We beat lower league Ålgård FK in extra time in the first round after dominating all game, then followed it up with a nice 2-0 win over a lower league team called Ski. We then drew Premier League giants Rosenborg in the next round and were soundly beaten 3-1, however it was great to see our star youngster Pål Langåker 19A grab a goal for us at the end. A decent little cup run for us in the end which netted us about 120K of prize money which was excellent. League- Although tipped by the media for relegation, we knew we were better than that and quickly established ourselves as one of the best clubs in the league, however there was company at the top. We constantly rotated around the top 3 positions with Bryne and Lyn, with several tense matchups between us. As the end of the season approached, we were in 1st but only on goal difference above Lyn and one point above Bryne. In our third last game we scraped a comeback win 2-1 over Elverum after having a man sent off then easily dispatched Grorud 3-0 in our penultimate game. The situation at the top was still the same going into the final day, so we needed to equal or better Lyn's result to win the league on goal difference while keeping an eye on Bryne who were still 1 point back. We went up 1-0 in our match and Lyn went down 1-0 in theirs, all looking great early on however it quickly turned bad, as we conceded an equaliser and they came back to win 2-1. This meant we finished 2nd and had to enter the playoffs, which was not the end of the world as I still felt good about the team and we were playing some really good football. We first had to get past Tromsdalen from the other half of the second division in the first matchup and a solid 2-0 win at home and 2-1 win away meant we went through unscathed. Our heroes Pål Langåker 19A and Tallak Bright-Taylor providing the goals in the away leg. We then had to face the team that finished third last in the division above to win promotion, and my eyes lit up when I saw who it was. It was Moss, who undeservedly beat us narrowly at our own stadium last year to send us down, so this was a fantastic opportunity for revenge. The players seemed to know this as well and let me tell you this was one of the most enjoyable two legged playoffs I have ever watched in FM. The first leg was at home and started with our veteran striker Lasse Bransdal forgetting he was in the middle of a horrific dry spell and easily putting us 1 and then 2-0 up. Our ball winning midfielder Nilsen then latched onto a loose ball at the edge of the box to volley in our third. Wide man Fritzoe Östman joined the party and slotted in our fourth before they grabbed a consolation goal and the match finished 4-1. As a result, I was very confident for the away leg and decided that we would not change how we played whatsoever, and my players were all still firing on all cylinders. Homegrown hero Pål Langåker smashed in the first with a delightful lobbed header then Jørgen Solvang Nilsen, with no regard for human life, just smashed in a free kick top right corner from 30 yards out. Langåker polished it off with another goal and we ended up winning the tie 7-1 on aggregate. I'm almost glad we had to go through the playoffs now! Best players- Top goalscorer: Pål Langåker 19A (17 goals) Young Pål came back from his season-long injury last season and did really well, scoring tons of important goals and putting in great performances. Most assists: Jørgen Solvang Nilsen (9 assists) This guy is just immense as a ball winning midfielder, crucial in our success this year. Highest avg rating: Tallak Bright-Taylor (7.51) He has outdone even himself this year. Just like Leo Messi, the only comparably iconic player in world football, he just somehow keeps getting better and I don't understand. Tallak finished the season with 5 goals, 5 assists and 5 POM awards along with his 7.5+ rating, while still being rated as a 1.5* CA CENTRE BACK! he will always have a job at this club, no matter how old or terrible he gets. MVP: Has to be Tallak Bright-Taylor. Best U23 player: There is a lot of competition for this award this year, especially from LB Stian Sollien 21A and CM Arve Granhaug 19B, however it has to go to Pål Langåker 19A as he was just awesome again this year. Results Results 2 (no) Transfers Academy Players that played over 1000 minutes this season: Pål Langåker 19A (17 goals, 5 assists, 4 POM, Most minutes played in entire squad) Stian Sollien 21A (4 assists, 3 POM) Stian Rustand (2 goals, 2 assists, 1 POM, first untagged player to break into the first team) Henrik Kaasa 19C (3 assists, 1 POM) Arve Granhaug 19B (8 assists, 1 POM) We really needed promotion financially as we went from slowly gaining money to rapidly losing it. We are still well in the positive but paying for additional upgrades means we need to keep progressing as a football club. Our goals for next season are to survive, move on a few more old, low determination players and inject even more youth into the first team. | League | Pos. | Cup | Europe | Top scorer | Top assists | Highest avg rating| Notes ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 2019 2nd Division 3rd 2nd Round - Bransdal(22) Bransdal(8) Bright-Taylor(7.41) PROMOTION 2020 1st Division 11th 1st Round - Langåker(11) Östman/Nilsen(7) Bright-Taylor(7.06) Survived 2021 1st Division 9th 3rd Round - Langåker(14) Rosendal/Nilsen(6) Kristiansen(7.20) Mid Table 2022 1st Division 9th 2nd Round - Langåker(18) Rosendal/Paulsberg(6) Bright-Taylor(7.07) Mid Table 2023 1st Division 14th 1st Round - Bransdal(9) Nilsen(5) Nilsen(7.08) Relegated 2024 2nd Division 2nd 3rd Round - Langåker(17) Nilsen(9) Bright-Taylor(7.51) PROMOTION
  5. Oppsal Youth Intake 2024 I don't know how but it's gotten even worse. Hopefully my coaches are just blind and some of these guys will end up being decent. Iversen seems to be the best of a bad bunch:
  6. Oppsal Season 2023 Report I have sped through another season with Oppsal but this one was basically a disaster. We met none of my goals for this year and appear to be going backwards as a club. Cup- Terrible performance to lose 3-2 to lower league Kvik Halden in the 1st round. League- We started with 2 wins, then our best player and talismanic striker Pål Langåker 19A got a cruciate injury which knocked him out for the rest of the season. I knew this was terrible news but thought we were still a good chance to stay up without him. I was wrong as we showed this team is just not good enough for this league. Every game we would have 10+ percent higher possession and 3-4 more good chances but just couldn't win. Our strikers consisted of 3 incredibly inconsistent players who all went on huge goal droughts and lengthy spells out for injury and our defence continues to let in massive amounts of goals. We managed to scrape into 3rd last, meaning we faced a relegation playoff against Moss from the league below. A 1-1 draw in the away leg was encouraging before a narrow 3-2 loss at home. This game was pretty infuriating as they scored two absolute screamers from 30 yards out while we had 5 clear/half chances to their 1. It wasn't meant to be I guess and back down we go. Best players- Top goalscorer: Lasse Bransdal (9 goals) Our ageing, injury prone and incredibly inconsistent striker managed to score a few this year in a lot of game time. Most assists: Jørgen Solvang Nilsen (5 assists) A bright spot in a bad season, this guy performed to a pretty high standard. Highest avg rating: Jørgen Solvang Nilsen (7.08) Good effort from our ball winning midfielder Most POM: Tallak Bright-Taylor (3 POM) Our beloved CB did his best this season, however it was his poorest to date. Still miles better than the utter disappointment of any other centre backs we tried this year. MVP: Jørgen Solvang Nilsen Best U23 Player: Arve Granhaug 19B. The young CM has cemented a place in the first team and is developing pretty well, hopefully that continues. Results Results 2 (no) Transfers Academy Players that played over 1000 minutes this season: Stian Sollien 21A (3 assists, most minutes played overall in squad) Arve Granhaug 19B (1 goal, 1 assist) The goal for next season, provided I keep my job, is ideally to come straight back up. I am going to take the opportunity to move on 3-4 old, low determination players and further intensify our efforts to give youngsters game time. The positives to take from the last few seasons are improved finances, reputation and facilities so with that I hope we should be able to bounce back next year. | League | Pos. | Cup | Europe | Top scorer | Top assists | Highest avg rating| Notes ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 2019 2nd Division 3rd 2nd Round - Bransdal(22) Bransdal(8) Bright-Taylor(7.41) PROMOTION 2020 1st Division 11th 1st Round - Langåker(11) Östman/Nilsen(7) Bright-Taylor(7.06) Survived 2021 1st Division 9th 3rd Round - Langåker(14) Rosendal/Nilsen(6) Kristiansen(7.20) Mid Table 2022 1st Division 9th 2nd Round - Langåker(18) Rosendal/Paulsberg(6) Bright-Taylor(7.07) Mid Table 2023 1st Division 14th 1st Round - Bransdal(9) Nilsen(5) Nilsen(7.08) Relegated
  7. Oppsal 2023 Youth Intake Seems like deja-vu! the words 'golden generation' were again used to describe this intake but its still kind of underwhelming. Although there is a bit more to this one than last years. The 2 best players are both central midfielders, which is not a very useful position as it is one of the few we already have depth and talented youngsters in. But oh well, here is Gustavsen who looks to be the best of them: And Knutsen who also looks pretty promising:
  8. Oppsal Season 2022 Report Our aims for our fourth season were a top-half finish, potentially challenging for the playoffs as well as continued development of some key academy products. Here's how we went: Cup- dominated lower league Drobak-Frogn in the first round before a disappointing performance at lower league Raufoss saw us lose in extra time. Not a great effort in the cup this year. League- we finished in the exact same position as last year, but it we got there in a completely different way. We started out okay for the first quarter of the season before hitting an extremely bad patch, including 6 consecutive losses which saw us hovering in or just outside of the relegation places for most of the middle of the season before we finally found some form and propelled ourselves up into mid table, comfortably avoiding relegation with a game to spare. Best players- Top goalscorer: Pål Langåker 19A (18 goals) Our young Pal keeps getting better every year, racking up 4 more than his total last year. There has been some mild interest from bigger teams but no offers yet and I hope we can hold on to him for a little while more. Most assists: Marcus Rosendal and Mats Paulsberg (6 assists) Good work from Rosendal again and Paulsberg, who actually played pretty badly until the last month or so of the season. Highest avg rating: Tallak Bright-Taylor (7.07) 3 of the last 4 years, a centre back with 1.5* current ability (this year my Assman occasionally rated him at 2*) has had the highest average rating. It is unprecedented and incredible, this guy is becoming one of my all time favourite FM players. He is legitimately a club legend and the first name on the team sheet even though i considered releasing him when I started out! he ended up with 4 goals, 2 assists and 2 POM. He grabbed both assists in the same game and I had to grab a screenshot because the opposing manager stormed out of the press conference in anger when asked about it. Most POM: Pål Langåker and Jørgen Solvang Nilsen (3 POM) MVP: Tallak Bright-Taylor. Obviously. Best U23 Player: Pål Langåker. I wouldn't be surprised if he wins this 4 more times. Results Results 2 (no) Transfers Academy Players that played over 1000 minutes this season: Pål Langåker 19A (18 goals, 3 POM) Stian Sollien 21A (3 assists) Arve Granhaug 19B (1 goal, 1 assist, 1 POM) Goals for next season are to be more consistent and finish mid table at the least, ideally top half. Additionally we need to keep developing our key youngsters and if we are doing okay in the league I would love a big cup run to boost our finances. We finished a youth facilities upgrade this year and are in the middle of upgrading training facilities. I am also in the process of getting my final coaching badge. | League | Pos. | Cup | Europe | Top scorer | Top assists | Highest avg rating| Notes ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 2019 2nd Division 3rd 2nd Round - Bransdal(22) Bransdal(8) Bright-Taylor(7.41) PROMOTION 2020 1st Division 11th 1st Round - Langåker(11) Östman/Nilsen(7) Bright-Taylor(7.06) Survived 2021 1st Division 9th 3rd Round - Langåker(14) Rosendal/Nilsen(6) Kristiansen(7.20) Mid Table 2022 1st Division 9th 2nd Round - Langåker(18) Rosendal/Paulsberg(6) Bright-Taylor(7.07) Mid Table
  9. Oppsal 2022 Youth Intake The email in my inbox told me it was a 'golden generation' but uhh... Only one player who really looks any good, although it's better than nothing. here's Berg:
  10. Oppsal Season 2021 Report Our third season is complete, our goals this year were a solid mid table finish and further development of the few talented youngsters we have had come through the academy so far. here's how we went: Cup- We dominated lower league Staal in the first round but it took until extra time before we broke the deadlock and finished it 2-0. We then beat lower league Lysekloster in penalties before losing 2-1 to Fram Larvik from our division in the 3rd round. Our best performance in the cup so far but still nothing special. We got about 115K of prize money out of it though which i'm pretty happy with. League- A pretty poor start saw us flirting with the relegation places before a good run of mid season form propelled us up the table. With about 5 games to go we were still narrowly in both relegation and playoff contention, but we ended up nowhere near either, finishing 9th which is an improvement over last season, especially as we weren't involved in much of a relegation battle. Best Players- Top goalscorer: Pål Langåker 19A (14 goals) Young Pål is developing really nicely and I just hope we can hang onto him for as long as possible. He is already 4.5* CA at the age of 18 and is getting better every year. Most assists: Marcus Rosendal and Jørgen Solvang Nilsen (6 assists) Solid work from a wide midfielder and central midfielder. Highest avg rating: Mats Kristiansen (7.20) Our hero Tallak Bright taylor averaged over 7 again as a 1.5* CA centre back but Kristiansen had his best season so far at the club in central midfield. Most POM: Kristiansen, Nilsen and Langåker 19A (4) MVP: I'm awarding joint-winners this year, to my starting centre mid partnership of Jørgen Solvang Nilsen and Mats Kristiansen, who both did their jobs perfectly all season. Best U23 Player: Pål Langåker 19A. A pretty obvious choice. Results Results 2 (no) Transfers Academy Players that played over 1000 minutes this season: Pål Langåker 19A (14 goals, 4 assists, 4 POM) Stian Sollien 21A (1 POM) Goals for next season are to finish in the top half and potentially challenge for playoff contention. Additionally, we have a handful of academy products that are starting to look really promising so continued development of the youth coming through is always one of our main focuses. | League | Pos. | Cup | Europe | Top scorer | Top assists | Highest avg rating| Notes ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 2019 2nd Division 3rd 2nd Round - Bransdal(22) Bransdal(8) Bright-Taylor(7.41) PROMOTION 2020 1st Division 11th 1st Round - Langåker(11) Östman/Nilsen(7) Bright-Taylor(7.06) Survived 2021 1st Division 9th 3rd Round - Langåker(14) Rosendal/Nilsen(6) Kristiansen(7.20) Mid Table
  11. Oppsal IF Youth Intake 2021 Here we go again, can't be worse than last year right? Well.. it's slightly better. Only one player that looks good, but he is in a position we needed at LB and will be at least the backup straight away, if not the starter. Here he is:
  12. Oppsal IF Season 2020 Report Second season finished, and it was another interesting one! Our goals were to survive in the new division and look to develop some talented youth players. We moved to a new stadium due to league regulations meaning we can now seat 1,850 up from 500 and we get our youth recruitment up one level. Additionally I am working away at the coaching badges and i'm currently working on my Continental B license. Here's how the season went: Cup- drew Bærum SK in the first round, one of the best teams in the league below and we put in a poor performance to lose 2-0. League- We started off okay, getting a couple wins before a streak of 5 straight losses in the month of May had me pretty worried. We were able to steadily scrape a few wins and draws and hover just above the relegation zone all season until a 5 match unbeaten run including great 3-2 wins over promotion candidates Viking and UII/Kisa meant we secured survival with a game to spare. We ended up finishing 11th which I am definitely happy with. Best Players- Top goalscorer: Pål Langåker 19A (11 goals) A youth prospect already won top goalscorer! This guy is looking spicier every game and is seriously good at the age of only 17. Hopefully we can hold on to him for as long as possible. He only grabbed a starting spot halfway through the season and stepped up big time, even scoring 4 goals in a single game. Meanwhile Lasse Bransdal from last year managed a whole ONE goal in the entire season, so he really fell off a cliff. Most assists: Adrian Fritzøe Östman and Jørgen Solvang Nilsen (7 assists) our wide midfielder and ball winning midfielder both had solid seasons. Most POM: 4 different players with 2 each Best avg rating: Tallak Bright-Taylor (7.06) He did it again! the 1.5* centre back continues to defy expectations. How is this guy good?! MVP: It has to be the absolute legend Bright-Taylor, get this man a Ballon D'or already. Best U23 Player: Pål Langåker. He's now our best striker at the age of 17. Looking extremely spooky. Results Results 2 (no) Transfers The goal for next season is a comfortable mid-table finish and hopefully further development of the youngsters. Ideally a few more prospects will break into the first team. | League | Pos. | Cup | Europe | Top scorer | Top assists | Highest avg rating| Notes ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 2019 2nd Division 3rd 2nd Round - Bransdal(22) Bransdal(8) Bright-Taylor(7.41) PROMOTION 2020 1st Division 11th 1st Round - Langåker(11) Östman/Nilsen(7) Bright-Taylor(7.06) Survived
  13. Oppsal IF Youth Intake 2020 Well, this is pretty terrible: The best player, although still not great, seems to be Nilsen: I was really looking for some good reinforcements to help us stay up this season but I guess we'll have to do our best with what we have! I don't know how we get such a bad intake with such good youth recruitment. Maybe I need to fire my HOYD...
  14. Oppsal IF Season 2019/20 Report Welcome to the start of my new challenge attempt, with one season now in the books and it was a very promising start. We took charge of Oppsdal in the Norwegian third tier, a club known more for it's women's handball team than for football and with a 500 seat stadium in a suburb of Oslo. Our goals this season were simply to do as well as possible with the squad we inherited, with the addition of a couple fresh faces from the pre-season intake. Here's how we went: Cup- We drew 1-1 with lower league Skarp before winning a ridiculous penalty shootout 12-11 (the goalies were better at scoring pens than saving them). We then drew premier league team Haugesund and lost 3-1 in the 2nd round. League- We performed really well in the league, sitting in 2nd position for most of the year, fighting with the likes of Fram Larvik for top spot. Stabaek 2 had a sneaky 6 or 7 games in hand at one point and used that to shoot all the way to the top and end up running away with the league, but since they are a B team they couldn't be promoted so the race was still on. We had several unlucky results and it ended up being Fram Larvik that got the automatic promotion, but we entered the playoffs after finishing 3rd. We played Floy in the first round and a 1-0 loss away was recovered at home as we dispatched them 3-1. We then played HamKam from the division above for a place in their division next season. A good performance at home gave us a 2-0 lead after the first leg, and we were able to hold on to just a 1-0 loss, meaning we secured promotion! Best Players- Top goalscorer: Lasse Bransdal (22 goals) This guy was our 1st choice striker and he was awesome all season, winning the league's top goalscorer as well. Most assists: Lasse Bransdal (8 assists) What can't he do. Most POM: Lasse Bransdal (8) Guess who. Highest avg rating: Tallak Bright-Taylor (7.41) Wait what. MVP: My brain says Bransdal but my heart says Bright-Taylor and it's got to be him. This guy is a centre back and is rated 1.5* current ability. He is also an absolute hero and my favorite player of the save so far. He can't do anything fancy like "pass" or "dribble" but he's the only one on the team who can take a penalty and he's an absolute weapon in the box off corners, leading to 5 goals this season. He also managed 5 assists, all of which were clearances smashed up the pitch that our pacy strikers latched on to. This, and his unsettlingly good defending led to 5 POM awards. He was named fans player of the season and I agree with them! Lets get a statue of him outside the stadium! Best U23 Player: Clement Twizere. Our 23 year old GK was solid all season, ending with an avg rating of 7.01 which is solid for a goalie. Results Results 2 (no) Transfers The goal for next season is to survive and hopefully develop some of the young talent coming through. Pal Langaker from the last intake is already looking like a pretty spicy prospect, already grabbing his first start and couple of goals so i'm keen to see how he does going forward. | League | Pos. | Cup | Europe | Top scorer | Top assists | Highest avg rating| Notes ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 2019/20 2nd Division 3rd 2nd Round - Bransdal(22) Bransdal(8) Bright-Taylor(7.41) PROMOTION
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