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  1. August 14th: Clyde (h) (3/36) A cracking start to the game saw us taking the lead in the 5th minute as WLKRAS jinked through the defence and fired with pace past the keeper. Seven minutes later the same player showed some more skill to beat the keeper and fire into the empty net. On the half hour we had yet another chance as Neilhoskins curled the ball into the area but BenArsenal headed just over the crossbar. The second half was five minutes old when Clyde came close to scoring as Gavrenwick slipped with the ball but Affo managed to block the ball. On the 69th minute we had our next chance of the game with a thunderous strike from WLKRAS which was stopped by a world class save from the Clyde keeper. With two minutes remaining in the game we had one last chance as EvilDave curled the ball into the top corner but the assistant referee ruled it out for offside FMS Wanderers 2-0 Clyde WLKRAS 5, 12 Affo, CFuller (Tikka Mezzala), Gavrenwick, EvilDave, Dalbeider, Neilhoskins, Sherm (Bagpuss), Sherm, Mark Wilson, Hockeybhoy, BenArsenal, WLKRAS Booked: CFuller, Hockeybhoy, Gavrenwick
  2. November 23rd: Liverpool (a) (13/38) Not a great first half for the fans that came to watch with both my side and the Liverpool side cancelling each other out. The ball pretty much spent ninety percent of the time in the middle third of the pitch. The second half was alittle better with a few attacks but nothing of real note, until the 82nd minute when D.Leonardi screwed his cross past the Liverpool keeper to give us all three points. Not a great game at all Liverpool 0-1 Man Utd D.Leonardi 82 J.Brennan, M.Taramasco, T.Franco (K.Chui-Ho), J.Smith, B.Oppong, K.Jardine, S.Pino, D.Leonardi, A.Grossi, M.Vandamme (A.Kone), J.Ashmeade (A.Xhepa)
  3. July 6th: Brazil (n) Copa America Semi Final We struggled to get going and Brazil controlled the majority of the first half. On the 17th minute they had the first chance with a long range effort which was tipped over the crossbar by the outstretched arms of J.Musso. Ten minutes later they had another chance with a great team move which luckily for us ended with a tame effort. With seven minutes remaining in the half Brazil finally grabbed the lead as Neymar jinked through the defence and slotted in under J.Musso. The second half was two minutes old when Brazil grabbed a second goal as G.Jesus headed in from a looping cross. On the hour Brazil yet another chance with a low shot which was diverted wide of the post by M.Rojo. With fifteen minutes remaining in game we pulled a goal back as S.Aguero threaded the ball to the feet of P.Dybala who lashed it with power past the keeper. On the 78th minute we grabbed an undeserved equaliser as L.Martinez ran through the Brazilian defence and fired under the keeper. The game went into extra time and on the 103rd minute Brazil retook the lead as Neymar again fired in after some good team work. Virtually straight from kick off we were reduced to ten men after M.Rojo was sent off for a poorly timed challenge just outside the area. However we responded well and on the 107th minute we grabbed the equaliser as P.Dybala fired in from the edge of the area. After the goal the game pretty much slowed down with no real effort to call upon and the game went to penalties. My side took the first penalty with P.Dybala firing with pace past the keeper (1-0) G.Jesus was first for Brazil and fired the penalty wide of the post (1-0) L.Martinez was next for my side and he slotted home with ease past the keeper (2-0) Fernandinho stepped up for Brazil and lashed his penalty into the top corner (2-1) S.Aguero stepped up for our next penalty but it was poor and the keeper easily saved (2-1) Arthur was up for Brazil and levelled the shoot out with a fine penalty (2-2) A.Gomez was our next taker and he rattled it in off the upright (3-2) R.Firmini was up next for Brazil but his penalty was dire and it went high and wide of the goal (3-2) A Mac Allister had the chance to win the tie and he hit his penalty with power and pace low past the keeper to send us through to the final (4-2) Argentina 3-3 Brazil P.Dybala 75, 107, L.Martinez 78 / Neymar 38, 103, G.Jesus 47 J.Musso, R.Saravia, N.Otamendi, M.Rojo, W.Kannemann, A.Gomez, G.Rodriguez (J.Foyth), L.Ocampos (L.Martinez), A.Correa (A Mac Allister), S.Aguero, L.Messi (P.Dybala) Booked: S.Aguero Sent Off: M.Rojo M.Rojo will miss the final after the sending off in the Brazil game July 7th: Colombia 2-1 Chile July 10th: Copa America 3rd Place Play-off Chile 0-3 Brazil
  4. February 4th: Senegal (BenArsenal) v Mali (Sherm) An entertaining game with some brilliant play but it was Sherm's side who took the early lead with a fine strike from S.Koita. Both sides carried on the forward fun and Senegal levelled the game early in the second half with I.Sarr doing the honours with a curling effort. The game looked to be heading into extra time but M.Marega won it for Sherm's side with a thunderous effort which gave the Senegal keeper no chance to save Senegal 1-2 Mali February 5th: Guinea v Nigeria (Gavrenwick) Nigeria started the better and took an early lead with V.Osimhen firing in from the penalty spot after a handball. After that Guinea dominated the game with I.Cisse heading in from close range. Soon after F.Kamano slotted in from just outside area with the Nigerian keeper wanting. Guinea grabbed one more goal late in the second half with J.Keita curling in from twenty five yards to send out Gavrenwick's side Guinea 3-1 Nigeria February 8th: African Nations Cup 3rd Place Play Off Senegal (BenArsenal) v Nigeria (Gavrenwick) Ben's side were the better side from the get go and controlled all of the play. However it took till just before the break for the first goal with I.Sarr firing in from six yards. The second half was much the same with Gavrenwick's side offering little in the way of forward pressure. It took till twelve minutes from time for I.Sarr to double his and Senegal's tally to give Ben's side 3rd place Senegal 2-0 Nigeria
  5. Lawros Predictions Week 8 Saturday 16 October 2021 Watford 0-2 Liverpool 12:30 Aston Villa 2-1 Wolves 15:00 Leicester 1-1 Man Utd 15:00 Man City 3-0 Burnley 15:00 Norwich 1-1 Brighton 15:00 Southampton 0-2 Leeds 15:00 Brentford 0-2 Chelsea 17:30 Sunday 17 October 2021 Everton 1-2 West Ham 14:00 Newcastle 1-1 Spurs 16:30 Monday 18 October 2021 Arsenal 2--0 Crystal Palace 20:00
  6. June 24th: Group B Results: Paraguay 6-0 Qatar B, Chile 2-0 Bolivia, Uruguay 1-2 Colombia The Group B table looks like this 1st Colombia, 2nd Chile, 3rd Paraguay, 4th Uruguay, 5th Bolivia, 6th Qatar B The draw for the Copa America ¼ Final is as follows: Chile v Peru, Colombia v Venezuela, Brazil v Paraguay, Argentina v Uruguay July 1st: Copa America ¼ Final Chile 0-0 Peru (pen 5-4 Chile) July 2nd: Colombia 2-1 Venezuela July 3rd: Brazil 4-0 Paraguay July 4th: Uruguay (n) Copa America ¼ Final We controlled much of the first half and on the 15th minute we had our first chance of the game with a low shot from L.Messi which clipped the bottom of the upright. Six minutes later we had another chance with L.Messi again coming close but his effort was only just saved by the keeper. On the 25th minute we finally broke the deadlock as A.Correa fired us into the lead with a thunderous effort from outside the area. We were all over Uruguay and on the 42nd minute we had yet another chance with curling effort from S.Aguero which was tipped round the post by the keeper. The second half though was six minutes old when we were caught napping as D.Nunez ran through my defence with far too much ease and fired under J.Musso who looked half asleep. We reacted well though as just before the hour mark we retook the lead as S.Aguero hit a wonderful effort into the top corner from the edge of the area. On the 74th minute we had the next chance with P.Dybala jinked through the defence but his final effort was blocked by the keeper. Eight minutes later though we were reduced to ten men after G.Montiel was sent off for a second yellow card. That didn't stop us though as on the 90th minute we added a third goal as M.Rojo rose above the defence and headed an A.Correa cross past the keeper. The scoring wasn't finished though as deep into injury time M.Gomez fired in from ten yards to make the scoreline look more respectable for the Uruguay side Argentina 3-2 Uruguay A.Correa 25, S.Aguero 59, M.Rojo 90 / D.Nunez 51, M.Gomez 90+6 J.Musso, G.Montiel, N.Otamendi, M.Rojo, M.Acuna, L.Paredes (A.Gomez), G.Rodriguez, L.Ocampos (P.Dybala), A.Correa, S.Aguero, L.Messi (A Mac Allister) Booked: M.Acuna, G.Montiel (2), A.Correa Sent Off: G.Montiel (2 yellows) M.Acuna will miss the next game after picking up his second yellow card of the tournament. Other news sees L.Paredes will miss the rest of the tournament after picking up an ankle injury Copa America Semi Final Draw Brazil v Argentina, Colombia v Chile
  7. August 11th: Forfar (h) SPFL Trust Trophy 2nd Rd The game started well for us as we took the lead on the 8th minute as Hockeybhoy jinked through the area and fired under the onrushing keeper. Ten minutes later we had another chance with a curling effort from Mark Wilson which stung the fingers of the keeper. On the 33rd minute we had our next chance as CFuller curled the ball into the area but Drogba headed wide of the post. The second half started the better for Forfar as they piled on the pressure and on the 67th minute they grabbed the equaliser as K.Doherty barged into the area and fired low past Affo. Six minutes later CFuller was the hero as he blocked an effort off the line. On the 79th minute we retook the lead as Sherm crossed into the area and Drogba headed in from under the crossbar. With two minutes remaining in the game though B.Williamson fired in for Forfar to take the game into extra time. In truth extra time was a non event with neither our side or the Forfar side coming close to scoring and the game went to penalties Forfar started with D.Whyte firing past Affo (1-0) BenArsenal stepped up and fired with pace past the keeper (1-1) M.Hill was next for Forfar and he wasted no time in firing past Affo (2-1) Drogba was our next keeper and he fired low and left to the keeper (2-2) K.Semple hit Forfar's next penalty high into the top corner (3-2) Affo was our next keeper and he hit home with power past his opposite number (3-3) A.Brown was next for Forfar and he fired low towards goal but Affo guessed right and saved the penalty (3-3) CFuller was our next taker and he confidently dinked the ball down the middle of the goal (3-4) K.Doherty was next for Forfar knowing he needed to score and he did just that with a powerful strike (4-4) Mark Wilson stepped up next and hit the ball past the outstretched arms of the keeper to send us through to the next round (4-5) FMS Wanderers 2-2 Forfar Hockeybhoy 8, Drogba 79 / K.Doherty 67, B.Williamson 88 Affo, CFuller, Gavrenwick, Tikka Mezzala (Copperhorse), Dalbeider, Neilhoskins, Sherm, Mark Wilson, Hockeybhoy (WLKRAS), BenArsenal , Drogba Booked: CFuller August 13th: The draw for the SPFL Trust Trophy 3rd Rd sees us facing either Motherwell Reserves or Rangers Reserves away from home
  8. January 29th: Senegal (BenArsenal) v Morocco A cracking game for the fans to watch with Senegal taking an early lead with K.Diatta heading in. This was soon followed by K.Koulibaly grabbing an own goal to make it 1-1. Morocco then grabbed another goal with H.Ziyech firing in low from close range. The second half was much as the first with some excellent attacking play and Y.Badji pulled Senegal level. Soon after it was 3-2 with I.Sarr hitting home from penalty spot after a foul in the area. Senegal were then reduced to ten men just before the full time whistle with I.Mbaye earning a second yellow card Senegal 3-2 Morocco January 30th: Ghana v Mali (Sherm) Mali controlled the game with relative ease and S.Koita grabbed the lead and this was followed by a brace from K.Coulibaly after some woeful defending. Mali by rights should have scored a lot more but late in the game J.Ayew pulled a goal back for Ghana but it was too little too late Ghana 1-3 Mali February 1st: Ivory Coast v Nigeria (Gavrenwick) A dire game for the fans that turned up with very little in the way of action and in the whole ninety minutes their was only a handful of efforts. The game went into extra time and it was Nigeria who grabbed the winner with S.Chukwueze firing in the Ivory Coast 0-1 Nigeria African Cup of Nations Semi Final Draw: Senegal (BenArsenal) v Mali (Sherm) Guinea v Nigeria (Gavrenwick)
  9. I echo what Neil says, its good to have you back writing and also writing a story with one of my favourite versions of the game
  10. Week 8 Saturday 16 October 2021 Watford 1-3 Liverpool 12:30 Aston Villa 1-0 Wolves 15:00 Leicester 2-2 Man Utd 15:00 Man City 1-0 Burnley 15:00 Norwich 1-0 Brighton 15:00 Southampton 2-1 Leeds 15:00 Brentford 0-4 Chelsea 17:30 Sunday 17 October 2021 Everton 2-1 West Ham 14:00 Newcastle 2-0 Spurs 16:30 Monday 18 October 2021 Arsenal 2-0 Crystal Palace 20:00
  11. November 10th: Brighton (h) (12/38) We were the better side by far and on the 18th minute we had our first chance with a long range effort from M.Vandamme which rattled the upright. Eight minutes later we grabbed the lead as K.Jardine jinked through he defence and fired with pace past the onrushing keeper. With ten minutes remaining in the half we had yet another chance to score with A.Grossi firing just wide of the post. On the 43rd minute Brighton had the chance to score after T.Franco fouled in the area, S.Kaya stepped up and fired straight into the keepers arms. The second half was six minutes old when Brighton grabbed a goal however it was in the wrong net as O.Babych diverted a D.Leonardi cross past his own keeper. We were in control of the game and on the 73rd minute we had another chance to score as C.Yildirim headed a K.Jardine cross just wide of the post. With eleven minutes remaining in the game we made it 3-0 as D.Leonardi fired a curler into the top corner of the net. On the 84th minute Brighton were awarded yet another penalty after P.Lane fouled in the area, S.Kaya stepped up again and J.Brennan guessed right to save. The Brighton fans did have something to cheer about as on the stroke of full time J.Springer headed in to give them a late goal Man Utd 3-1 Brighton K.Jardine 26, O.Babych 51 og, D.Leonardi 79 / J.Springer 90+1 J.Brennan, L.King, T.Franco, J.Smith, B.Oppong (P.Lane), K.Jardine, M.Khumalo (A.Xhepa), D.Leonardi, A.Grossi, M.Vandamme, J.Ashmeade (C.Yildirim) November 14th: Injury news sees M.Khumalo our for around 3-4 months after breaking his foot on International duty with England November 20th: More injury news on International duty sees C.Yildirim out for around two months after damaging his hip
  12. January 26th: African Cup of Nations 2nd Rd Senegal (BenArsenal) v DR Congo An easy match for Bens side as they dominated with attack after attack however they only managed to get a couple of couples with A.Onana and H.Diallo both scoring. DR Congo though managed to pull a goal back very late in the game with Y.Wissa heading in, but in truth Ben's side should have put a cricket score past them Senegal 2-1 DR Congo January 27th: Angola (EvilDave) v Mali (Sherm) Angola started the better and grabbed the lead with F.Abreu doing the honours from outside the area. Mali though piled on the pressure and managed to score three either side of the half. S.Koita, M.Marega and K.Coulibaly grabbed the goals to send Sherm through to the next round and send EvilDave out of the cup Angola 1-3 Mali January 28th: Algeria v Tunisia (Affo) Affo's side never got started with Algeria controlling the play from the get go. The first half saw Algeria go into a three goal lead with A.Aggar, Y.Benzia and M.Fares all scoring. The second half was pretty much the same but it was Affo's side who grabbed the only goal of the half with E.Skhiri heading but that was about joy Affo's side got Algeria 3-1 Tunisia Nigeria (Gavrenwick) v Benin Gavrenwick's side were by far the better side and dominated a poor Benin side. The only surprise was that Nigeria only grabbed the two goals with Y.Osimhen and K.Iheanacho both scoring to send Gavrenwick's side through to the next round Nigeria 2-0 Benin African Cup of Nations ¼ Final Draw Senegal (BenArsenal) v Morocco Ghana v Mali (Sherm) Ivory Coast v Nigeria (Gavrenwick)
  13. Hahaha....My message was more to Solskjaer for not playing the latter mentioned player from the start....Luckily the kids werent around to hear such profanity from their dads mouth haha
  14. Week 7 The Dunce of the Week goes to Run Fat Boy Run who scored 22pts for the Week The Performance of the Week goes to Hakuna Matata who scored 50pts for the Week
  15. Week 8 Saturday 16 October 2021 Watford v Liverpool 12:30 Aston Villa v Wolves 15:00 Leicester v Man Utd 15:00 Man City v Burnley 15:00 Norwich v Brighton 15:00 Southampton v Leeds 15:00 Brentford v Chelsea 17:30 Sunday 17 October 2021 Everton v West Ham 14:00 Newcastle v Spurs 16:30 Monday 18 October 2021 Arsenal v Crystal Palace 20:00
  16. Week 7 Not a bad week for us lot, well the way we have been performing recently. The Performance of the Week has been shared with Lawro and Bagpuss both scoring 9pts for the week. The Dunce of the Week goes to salkster2102 who scored 3pts for the week. The top of the table sees Lawro taking a 5pt lead over Mandy42 in second place. With Drogba11CFC not predicting this week mark wilson27 has edged 7pts clear in the race for the wooden spoon
  17. So many of the awards were very close to be fair, only one vote in alot of them
  18. Thankyou again for all turning up for the quick awards night on our small side of the forums...Lets hope that the forthcoming year sees a rise in writers and a continuation of the excellent work produced here
  19. Name Total Main Other mark wilson27 33 13 20 tenthreeleader 31 15 16 Peacemaker7 24 14 10 EvilDave 19 4 15 CFuller 16 4 12 Raptor 15 5 10 Terk 15 8 7 BobBev 11 4 7 gavrenwick 11 5 6 Spav 10 4 6 flipsix 10 2 8 Faramir 9 1 8 copperhorse21 9 4 5 Amaroq 9 4 5 chesterfan2 5 2 3 Dixie Flatline 5 0 5 neilhoskins77 5 1 4 Flann O'Brien 4 2 2 Andrew Downing 4 1 3 KingJeff 4 1 3 displaced_seagull 4 1 3 HD 4 1 3 Dalbeider 4 0 4 spurzgrrl 4 0 4 Elrithral 4 0 4 Mandy42 4 1 3 SCIAG 3 2 1 nickgreenan 3 1 2 Educated Hick 3 0 3 benny 3 0 3 Ell_G 3 0 3 Rien102 3 0 3 John1982 3 2 1 Brian of Nazareth 2 1 1 binny 2 1 1 Donners 2 1 1 maollelujah 2 1 1 OMDave 2 1 1 mikezone13 2 1 1 Chonner 2 1 1 mamtez1536 2 1 1 ScottleeSV 2 1 1 Brian W 2 0 2 Gino 2 0 2 ghostwriter 2 0 2 Harry Kure with the corner kick 2 0 2 Charnley 2 0 2 silver_blue 2 0 2 Lionel Perez 2 0 2 Wimb the Barman 2 0 2 -Xenon- 2 0 2 Makonnen 2 0 2 Celtic_1967 2 0 2 Bigmattb28 2 0 2 STFCDP_1990 1 0 1 LukeMorgan88 1 0 1 Richey 1 1 0 Sebs 1 1 0 Steve 'Wall 1 1 0 Bari for the Scudetto 1 0 1 Offspring88 1 1 0 gandycoleuk 1 1 0 Bozz 1 0 1 Dittohead 1 0 1 Jack O'Sullivan 1 0 1 Soldout 1 0 1 Tricky Winger 1 0 1 JimT 1 0 1 13litz 1 0 1 Attjen 1 0 1 Bad Dog 1 0 1 boo radley2 1 0 1 Dark_Soccer 1 0 1 Euan 1 0 1 glamdring 1 0 1 Harleqin 1 0 1 Jambo_4eva 1 0 1 Juni 1 0 1 Kazema 1 0 1 McRob 1 0 1 nerf 1 0 1 Orang_Utan Stan 1 0 1 SirFozzie 1 0 1 Texan 1 0 1 The RingMaster 1 0 1 bartley_m 1 0 1 Reddiablo 1 0 1 Silverfox 1 0 1 irishregan 1 0 1 Marmoset Junior 1 0 1 Gricehead 1 0 1 Panpardus 1 0 1 edtheguy 1 0 1 JoeyBaldwin 1 0 1 Pechorin 1 0 1 Abe Lenstra 1 0 1
  20. With every Award Ceremony we have the three main Awards, which are CM/FMS'er of the Year, Writer of the Year and Story of the Year. We also have every so often someone earning their place in the FMS Hall of Fame. So here is the current list from 2004 to date | Year | The Terk/Raptor/Wilson | Writer of Year | Story of Year | Hall of Fame | | | Builder’s Award | | | | |------|-------------------------|----------------|--------------------------------------------------------------------|----------------| | 2004 | Simon F | BobBev | Silver_blue just bit me! (Donners) | N/A | |------|-------------------------|----------------|--------------------------------------------------------------------|----------------| | 2005 | Terk | Faramir | Leaving the past behind (FM edition) (Flipsix3) (HOF 2010) | N/A | |------|-------------------------|----------------|--------------------------------------------------------------------|----------------| | 2006 | Peacemaker7 | Peacemaker7 | To Boldly Go As Faroe As We Can Go... (Peacemaker7) | N/A | |------|-------------------------|----------------|--------------------------------------------------------------------|----------------| | 2007 | Terk | Amaroq | Sharpening a Rusty Blade (Amaroq) | Peacemaker7 | |------|-------------------------|----------------|--------------------------------------------------------------------|----------------| | 2008 | Terk | tenthreeleader | American Calcio Padova FM 2008 (tenthreeleader) | N/A | |------|-------------------------|----------------|--------------------------------------------------------------------|----------------| | 2009 | tenthreeleader | tenthreeleader | Rob Ridgway’s “Rat Pack” (tenthreeleader) | Raptor | |------|-------------------------|----------------|--------------------------------------------------------------------|----------------| | 2010 | Terk | copperhorse21 | Cheating the Reaper: A Copper Horse "Tail" (copperhorse21) | flipsix3 | | | | gavrenwick | Tina's Super Saints of Paisley (gavrenwick) | | |------|-------------------------|----------------|--------------------------------------------------------------------|----------------| | 2011 | mark wilson27 | mark wilson27 | A Tale of Two Brothers (offspring08) | tenthreeleader | | | tenthreeleader | | Luton Town: Staring Into The Abyss (ScottLeeSV) | | |------|-------------------------|----------------|--------------------------------------------------------------------|----------------| | 2012 | mark wilson27 | mark wilson27 | The Ace of Spades (tenthreeleader) | N/A | | | | tenthreeleader | | | |------|-------------------------|----------------|--------------------------------------------------------------------|----------------| | 2013 | N/A | N/A | N/A | N/A | |------|-------------------------|----------------|--------------------------------------------------------------------|----------------| | 2014 | N/A | N/A | N/A | N/A | |------|-------------------------|----------------|--------------------------------------------------------------------|----------------| | 2015 | mark wilson27 | tenthreeleader | [FM15] Malone Again, Naturally (tenthreeleader) | N/A | |------|-------------------------|----------------|--------------------------------------------------------------------|----------------| | 2016 | mark wilson27 | tenthreeleader | [FM15] Raising Cain (tenthreeleader) | N/A | |------|-------------------------|----------------|--------------------------------------------------------------------|----------------| | 2017 | mark wilson27 | EvilDave | House of Flying Daggers (CFuller) | N/A | |------|-------------------------|----------------|--------------------------------------------------------------------|----------------| | 2018 | mark wilson27 | CFuller | Another Final (EvilDave) | N/A | |------|-------------------------|----------------|--------------------------------------------------------------------|----------------| | 2019 | mark wilson27 | CFuller | An Impossible Man (CFuller) | N/A | | | | EvilDave | | | |------|-------------------------|----------------|--------------------------------------------------------------------|----------------| | 2020 | mark wilson27 | mark wilson27 | The Brief History of a Union Divided (EvilDave) | N/A | | | | | Confessions of the greatest football manager of all time (Mandy42) | | | | | | (FM’09) The Indian Summer ….And Beyond – | | | | | | A Chance to Rewrite History Part III.V (Neilhoskins77) | | |------|-------------------------|----------------|--------------------------------------------------------------------|----------------| | 2021 | mark wilson27 | mark wilson27 | The Ultimate World Football Manager Save (John1982) | mark wilson27 | |------|-------------------------|----------------|--------------------------------------------------------------------|----------------|
  21. The winner by four votes is mark wilson27 who has capped off a great awards night for himself
  22. A tough act to follow but if he you carry on with this level of writing I cant see any reason why you cant emulate the great man
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