Ramsey: An Embryonic Cross Between Cesc, Lumplard and Gerrard

Ramsey scored from a freekick for Wales yesterday ……

“Arsenal teenager Ramsey whipped in a free kick that breezed the hairline of the wall and curled into the top left corner.”

“This lad is going to be very special one day – he is looking like an embryonic cross between Cesc, Lumplard and Gerrard – fantastic passing, great shot and can orchestrate the game pulling all the strings”  (Rasputin)

Good summary. I agree completely. In fact I am still in pleasant surprise, that’s one step down from being in shock, of his play against Blackburn. It was not an easy match in which to shine as most players were playing at the top of their game; but, somehow, Ramsey went over and beyond what I for one was expecting. I am used to his short incisive passes but he gave us a taste of his long range capabilities and they were up there with Fabregas who is as good Bergkamp, which, of course, is high praise indeed.  I also like the way Wenger is introducing him into the team; he has been fortunate that we have had some high scoring games enabling him to come on and play a big chunk of the game which has been enough time to make an impression. Wenger must be aware that Ramsey’s upward trajectory of improvement is such that the player will be in a position of expecting first team football on a regular basis next season.

This brings me to the point I made a couple of days ago: Wenger has a difficult decision to make with regard to the renewal of Rosicky’s contract – I don’t think he will; or, if it is renewed, it will only be done to stop him going on a free to another club but this is doubtful as there has never been a case in which the club have done that; this brings us to Wenger’s altruism a subject Rasputin touched on the other day. I of course would want Rosicky to stay but if the case of an improving Ramsey doesn’t make Wenger hesitate in giving him a new contract then Nasri surely will as the same argument for Ramsey wanting first team football next season applies to Nasri.

Next up Birmingham, do you think they will come onto us? Well, if they do they will be tortured as cruelly as a child slowly pulling the legs of a spider. I really don’t like Birmingham; in fact, second only to Hull I want to see them humiliated. They won’t come onto us, they wouldn’t dare and because of that we should pick the most attacking team we can: Eboue for Sagna and do away with a DM; we don’t need Song, play Rosicky there instead.  If Eduardo is not playing which is unlikely then have him on the bench just to remind the other players of what this team did to one of ours and to ensure that they don’t let up when we are three ahead – nothing less than total annihilation should be the goal on Saturday.


93 Responses to Ramsey: An Embryonic Cross Between Cesc, Lumplard and Gerrard

  1. London says:

    Morning Roadsters

    I thought I would give Rico a breather and put something up there.

    Rasp, as there was no doubt that this was done respectfully I didn’t think you would mind.

  2. Rasputin says:

    Morning London,

    Great post .. obviously I agree totally and am flattered by your reference.

    I saw a youtube compilation on another site entitled Rosicky v Poland and he was outstanding, so really I’d like to be greedy and keep both of them.

  3. ThaatArsenalGuy says:

    first ive seen of this blog. nice post though

  4. Irishgunner says:

    Morning all,

    Selling Rosicky would be right up there in Wenger’s list of mistakes.

    Injury free Rosicky is our best player – yes better than Cesc, Arshavin, Van Persie.

    The guy is sheer and utter class – can pick a long/short pass, can defend, never gives up, is EXPERIENCED. Ramsey can learn his trade for another season – he’s only a kid, let him learn from a pro. I’ll be sickened if Rosicky leaves.

  5. London says:


    I saw that clip of Rosicky; he was as impressive as usual. I have seen him play that deep for his country before which was the inspiration behind my call for him to play instead of Song when we know that teams won’t come onto us, which are most games at the Emirates. In these kinds of games when space is at a premium the skilful weave of Rosicky is far more useful than the tough tackling Song.

  6. Damn_Gallas says:

    Yeah well said… I certainly would not want to see wenger sells rosicky. At least give him a bloody 3 years deal, after which, wilshere would be all ready to take over from him. Also after arshavin leaves, in a couple of seasons time, walcott and merida can take over as well.

    We have 3 exciting youngsters on our hand in ramsey, wilshere and merida. It would definitely be a mistake to let any of them go. There are here to replace arshavin, rosicky and fabregas when they leave.

    Hopefully they understand this and be patient, instead of moving away.

  7. Irishgunner says:

    Top comment Damn_Gallas – Wilshere, Ramsey and Walcott can learn from the best right here at Arsenal in Rosicky, Arshavin and Fabregas – then when the first two leave because of age and Cesc moves back to Spain they can use what they have learnt and cement their place.

    I think Lupoli and Bendtner are very good cases to use.

    Lupoli got anxious and impatient to play first team at Arsenal and left, where is he now?

    Bendtner wanted to make it work at Arsenal, played the reserves, the Carling Cup games, went on loan and now it has paid off for him and he is knocking on the door of being first choice and is off to the world cup to boot.

  8. Rasputin says:

    Hi Damn-Gallas,

    I agree about keeping all those players. I suppose it comes down to team spirit, the patience of the youngsters and international aspirations …… Heskey didn’t look overjoyed when Crouch scored yesterday.

    I know Merida and Vela want more first team exposure and who can blame them? The fact is that Wengerball’ is a system and it looks like all these young talented players can come on and fit straight in so maybe sensible squad rotation is the answer.

  9. Rasputin says:

    Hi Irish … you pipped me with a better response as usual 😉

  10. Rasputin says:

    Hi again London,

    I agree about Rosicky v Song. I had forgotten that he is also really useful when he plays defensively. Its obscene that a club like ours should have 5 or 6 brilliantly talented midfielders when most clubs struggle to find one 😆

  11. Irishgunner says:

    😆 Rasputin

    The kids get a bit greedy at Arsenal in my opinion. What other top club in Europe or indeed manager would give them such an opportunity?

    They know they will play Carling Cup and that the manager won’t hesitate into putting them into a match, that he’ll trust them.

    Some Arsenal fans make me laugh. They say Clichy should be dropped for Gibbs (which I agree to a point, cos Gael needs a breather) and they say that Wenger should play Ramsey, Wilshere, Vela more in case they leave and then they complain that Wenger has accumulated too many young players – what is it that they want him to do??

  12. kelsey says:

    Nice post London.

    I will hold my hands up, as I never thought i would see Rosicky play again, and although now 29, in football terms he is two years younger.Arshavin is the same age, and to be perfectly blunt we need to keep hold of both of them.

    The strange part is that we are so often referred to as a young team, but those middle twenties are missing from the ine up the 26 or 27 year olds,so in essence it’s getting the balance right with the age of the squad.

    I would put ramsey ahead of wilshere at the moment,even though to be fair to Jack he has had limited appearances and is a good year younger.

    Wenger IMO has to keep Tomas and AA sweet, as I think AA has been an outstanding buy for us,but I am not sure how loyal he would be if we won nothing or a better offer came along.I hope I am wrong, but it’s just a gut feeling.

  13. Irishgunner says:

    ” Its obscene that a club like ours should have 5 or 6 brilliantly talented midfielders when most clubs struggle to find one” – Liverpool have Lucas 😆

  14. Rasputin says:

    Its a conundrum Irish …. 20 into 11 doesn’t go!

    I’d just hate to see any of our carefully nurtured squad go elsewhere and end up playing against us (Bentley hahahaha) Raffa didn’t really make excessive squad rotation work and its good to have a settled best eleven for the big games.

    Sadly I’m coming to the conclusion that if we have to let players go, they should be chosed from Nik, EE, and Denilson and keep the likes of LJ, Merida, Ramsey

  15. Rasputin says:

    and Vela ……

  16. Rasputin says:

    …. blimey I forgot to include Diaby in the first to be let go list 😛

  17. Irishgunner says:

    Yep that’s true Rasputin but not all will make it as well.

    I’d keep Eboue until we find adequate cover for Sagna. Hoyte/Gilbert don’t look up to much.

    I’d keep Bendtner because I think he has the makings of a top, top central striker.

    Denilson I’m not so sure on – he wasn’t playing the greatest before he got injured but last season I think he did a lot of unnoticed work tidying up.

    I think Senderos will leave in January (don’t tell Peaches 😉 ) if that’s any help??

  18. kelsey says:

    and walcott if he doesn’t improve significantly this season. you know my feelings about him, but progressing from speed merchant to footballer is at snail’s pace at the moment.

  19. Rasputin says:

    I wouldn’t want any of the players to go if it couldn’t be helped (maybe Diaby … just a personal prejudice)

    It would not be very clever to let Senderos go in Januray with Song at the ACN and Djourou still injured …. but as I’ve said before, I think the altruistic Mr Wenger OBE will be kind to him if he wants a new home.

  20. Irishgunner says:

    At the moment this is our best squad imo:

    —————— Almunia ——————-

    Sagna ——- Gallas —- Vermaelen —— Clichy

    —————– Song ———————

    ———- Fabregas ————- Rosicky —–

    — Van Persie —— Eduardo ——- Arshavin —

    Bench: Mannone, Silvestre, Eboue, Gibbs, Nasri, Walcott, Bendtner

    So where do you put Ramsey? Vela? Wilshere? Traore?

    I love options 🙂 Imagine if the players really started fighting for their places 😯

  21. Irishgunner says:

    Forgot Diaby and Denilson there and Merida

  22. Irishgunner says:

    I’d like to see Walcott play down the middle Kelsey – if that doesn’t work then maybe it might be a case of cutting our loses.

    Senderos will want first team footy for the World Cup

  23. Rasputin says:

    Hi kelsey,

    Lennon was anonymous yesterday against Belarus. Even though Theo may be seen as a ‘one trick pony’ – that talent can be very effective especially when coming on with 20 mins to go against a tiring defence. I’d keep Theo but maybe we should lower the ridiculously high expectations that English football has of him.

  24. Rasputin says:

    I like your squad Irish … would you bring Almunia straight back into the side when his mind and body are fit? …… I’d keep on with Manone personally and see how he develops.

    Trouble is if we continue with Manone and then drop him if he has a couple of howlers, that may destroy his confidence … who’d want to be mananger? 😉

  25. Rasputin says:

    or even a manager….

  26. Irishgunner says:

    I think Mannone’s positioning is a little off at times and if Almunia comes back with all his senses I’d put him back in.

    He will have learnt an awful lot in his few games and has down well so I’d put him number two and let Fabianski try and earn that back.

  27. Rasputin says:

    I think Mannone’s positioning invites the opposition to lob him, but he is decisive (wreckless?) when he comes for the ball and I think Almunia has stayed on his line when he should have come to claim the ball recently … maybe that’s because he’s a bit messed up in the head at the moment. Kelsey said his wife is homesick and wants to go back to Spain, and someone on the telly said he’s not sleeping because his Hertfordshire mansion is haunted 🙄

  28. Irishgunner says:

    Kroenke has bought another 90 shares.

    I heard that about his haunted mansion and he has to rush home to his frightened wife – ah, buy a new house?? Think they can afford it.

    Is Almunia’s wife not English??? Isn’t that how he is claiming his British citizenship?

  29. Irishgunner says:

    Nope she is Spanish but doesn’t seem to have a problem settling in England.

    Almunia remembers that, arriving at Arsenal to understudy the truculent Jens Lehmann, “I could not speak any English – nothing. My wife had a good university career, studying chemical engineering, and she left it to come with me. We were on honeymoon when Arsenal called but she was the first to pack the suitcases.”

    “The extent to which Manuel and Ana Almunia have settled in England is highlighted by their eligibility for British citizenship. “I’ve been informed what I need to do,” he says cautiously, knowing such a step would automatically fuel speculation he could be called up by Fabio Capello to bolster England’s meagre goalkeeping ranks in a World Cup year. “If I take the decision I don’t think it’s difficult to get citizenship. It could be very quick – and soon.”

  30. Rasputin says:

    The story’s from the current bun so it has to be true 🙄

    ARSENAL goalkeeper Manuel Almunia’s house is being HAUNTED by the ghost of a monk.

    The star’s wife spotted the ghoul at their swish pad on the site of an old asylum.

    Spaniard Almunia, 30, has also heard chains rattling and had stereos turning on at full volume on their own. He is so spooked boss Arsene Wenger has given him permission to go home for lunch to avoid leaving wife Ana alone at the house in Abbots Langley, Herts.

    Terrified Almunia said yesterday: “My house is small but there is a lot of history to it and it seems there are ghosts.

    “It’s in a place where there was a psychiatric hospital. They sent mental patients there and people who were sick after the Second World War.

    “When we first moved in we heard a lot of strange noises like chains being dragged around.

    “Then when we were sleeping the stereo came on at full volume. Some very strange things were happening.

    “One night, we were sleeping and my wife suddenly woke me up with a shout. She said there was this monk-like figure with a candle in his hand. She was in bed, next to me. I didn’t see him but I was s*** scared.

    “We’ve spoken to neighbours, and they said this was normal.

    “Perhaps it’s black magic, I don’t know. But some weird things were definitely going on.”

    Locals believe the mental institution Almunia’s home was built on was The Leavesden Hospital, which was shut in the 1990s.

  31. Rasputin says:

    I think its Lehman getting his own back ……

  32. Irishgunner says:

    😆 Lehmann was probably the monk-like figure ha ha

  33. Rasputin says:

    Are you getting excited about your trip to THoF at the weekend Irish?

    The Brum players have extra motivation with a new owner to impress. Do you know if the leg-breaker will be playing for them? … it’d be scary if Dudu and he went into a tackle with each other 😦

  34. Irishgunner says:

    I am indeed Rasputin 🙂

    Was wondering would Cesc be playing?? Is he still in Spain or back in London?

    I hope Rosicky plays – he’s my favourite don’t you know 😉

    Birmingham will play 4-5-1 and park the bus and he hasn’t really worked against the lesser teams so shouldn’t work against us.

    Oddly, I think it would be good for Eddie to come up against Taylor – get the last of the nasty memories out of his system – at the Emirates the home crowd will be with him all the way. Thing is, he missed the Croatia games so will he be back for Saturday?

  35. Irishgunner says:

    My mother is just back from a funeral of a young father (in his 30s) who sadly passed away. He was a big Arsenal fan and at the mass they read out a letter of sympathy from Arsene Wenger – meant a lot to the family. Top man Arsene….

  36. Nick says:

    Is that the famous Irish or an imposter???

  37. Irishgunner says:

    The one and only 😉

  38. Nick says:

    Irish how you been girl all good i hope,working yet?
    why you hanging around here and why you just up and leave???..missed ya vids and ability to find stuff quicker then google 🙂

  39. Irishgunner says:

    Doing good Nick.

    Off to the other side of the world (Australia) soon. Going to the game Saturday enroute 😀

  40. Nick says:

    GOOD FOR you why oz, always fancied the idea but the spiders and all the other hard insects scared me out of it

  41. Irishgunner says:

    Easiest place to get a Visa for to be honest and they speak English ha ha.

    Was thinking of Canada but with the way the visa works it would be March 2010 before I could go – if I got it, there is a waiting list – so went for Oz. Have a lot of friends over there too so will meet up with them.

  42. Nick says:

    good times but the talking english aint gunna help you is it 😆
    Are you looking to start a new life or take a break from tihs one?

  43. Irishgunner says:

    Taking a break.

    It ain’t my accent, its people’s ears 😉

  44. Nick says:

    well Irish i wish you nothing but the best and have a safe and fun trip.
    Take care

  45. Irishgunner says:

    Cheers Nick – take care of yourself.

  46. Irishgunner says:

    Eduardo is out for Saturday.

    Clichy and Almunia are “doubtful”, Fabianski is back, Diaby should be okay and Fabregas will play.

  47. Irishgunner says:

    Oh and Nasri might play against Liverpool in the Carling Cup if all goes well.

  48. Davi says:

    He should try to keep rosicky signed on imo. He’s one of our few experienced players, and it’s clear the difference he makes to the side.
    Ramsey is going to be top class, as will nasri, wilshere and merida imo, so rosicky is one who will need to step down sooner rather than later, but he will still be handy to have around.

  49. avenell says:

    Hi Roadsters..
    A lots been going on. 😯 where do I start?

    London: great post, you have brought a load of traffic in.

    Nick and ThaatArsenalGuy welcome to Avenell Road.

    Irish.. Please get on tomorrow for some goodbyes. 😦

    And where are you rico my dear????

  50. avenell says:

    Hi Davi.. welcome aboard mate, you are free to blog now no hold ups.

  51. Rasputin says:

    Harry the great motivator and poet laureate ……

  52. Rasputin says:

    This is much more classy ….

  53. kelsey says:

    rasputin said at 12.40

    “One night, we were sleeping and my wife suddenly woke me up with a shout. She said there was this monk-like figure with a candle in his hand. She was in bed, next to me. I didn’t see him but I was s*** scared.

    So the truth is finally out now we know where he got his name from 😉

  54. Rasputin says:

    My secret’s out!!! 😳

  55. peachesgooner says:

    Hi all

    Looks like I’ve missed all the fun and Rasputin being outed…… but why Almunia surely Diaby’s the one that needs haunting 😎

  56. peachesgooner says:

    Great post London

    I owe you an apology as I wasn’t at all convinced that Rosicky should play in the DM role but I can see the value in your suggestion now.

    I know I’ve been to the states and back but its seems like such a long time since the Blackburn game …. 😦

    Can’t wait for saturday…….. 😉

  57. fabregas4arsenal says:

    lumplard!!!HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHa =) hosing myself

  58. London says:

    Hi Ave

    Seems like a good day. Where is Rico? I hope she is alright.

  59. avenell says:

    Yes a good day indeed mate.. I will contact her tomorrow. I am sure she will be on to say goodbye to Irish..

  60. kelsey says:

    Good morning,

    was it rico or irish going to Australia. ?

    So Clichy is out, so I expect the team to be

    Almunia,Sagna,vermaelen,toothless,Gibbs,Fabregas,Song,Rosicky,RVP.Arshavin with Diaby in the hole, unless he plays eboue at left back.

  61. gnarleygeorge9 says:


    There are heaps of Irish coming to Oz, but not many ricos 😆

  62. gnarleygeorge9 says:

    Just in case I don’t see you again before kick off, Arsenal 3-0 Birmingham

  63. Irishgunner says:

    Morning all,

    Can’t wait till tomorrow, I hope we don’t have international hang over. Please, Please, Please play Arshavin, Rosicky, Fabregas and Van Persie together – awesome.

    So I’ll get to see Silvestre?? Woohoo 😆

    If I were AW I’d put Song in defence – Birmingham will play 4-5-1 and park the bus so we don’t really need extra cover in front of the backline – let Rosicky play deep.

  64. peachesgooner says:


    Wheres the pre-match excitement……. 😉

    I just had to explain the whole conspiracy theory to my mum who was worried that Kroenke had taken possession of more shares……and that Peter Hill-Wood had said that was OK……..she needs to keep up 😆

  65. Irishgunner says:

    Failing that I’d play Senderos over Silvestre to see how the Senderos, Vermaelen combination works – although they will be hoofing the ball to Benitez who looks a bit of a livewire.

  66. Irishgunner says:

    Wait – Chuco Benitez is out, sweet 🙂

  67. peachesgooner says:

    Hi Irish – if you get there early enough maybe you can do the pre-match team talk 🙂

    ……we might be drinking though….. 😳

  68. peachesgooner says:

    Oh Irish, we are going to miss you 😦

  69. Irishgunner says:

    We are bringing a mini-laptop Peaches so hopefully I will be able to keep in contact.

    Irish will be doing little to no drinking tomorrow – lets just say past lessons about long flights and having too much to drink the night before 😳

  70. peachesgooner says:

    Surely seeing Philippe is as exciting as Tomas, Cesc, AA and Robin tearing through the Birmingham Bus 😛

  71. peachesgooner says:

    We’ll just do pre-match then 😀

    Could you not have engineered yourself a Blackberry, they do everything and they’re not heavy

  72. Irishgunner says:

    Do you think Senderos will start??? I’d rather him over Silvestre ….. I think.

    Looking forward to seeing Super Tomas Rosicky so much so I’m wearing my “Rosicky 7” shirt from 2006.

  73. Irishgunner says:

    Well I’m not adverse to a post match drink 😉 just not too many.

    Blackberry = €€€€€€€€€€€€€€€€€€

    Irish funds = €

  74. Irishgunner says:

    Inter Coach Jose Mourinho has reignited his old feuds with Rafa Benitez and Arsene Wenger, criticising them for having won so little in recent years.

    The former Chelsea boss became infamous for the mind games he used to play with the pair. Thousands of column inches were devoted to their war of words.

    “Wenger has been Arsenal’s manager for 15 years but he hasn’t even won a Carling Cup for six years. Benitez hasn’t won a League title in six years, but he continues to be Liverpool’s manager,” Mourinho told Inter’s official TV Channel after being asked a fairly innocuous question about his own future”

    Good man Jose – winning a one-horse race is so terribly hard, he must be proud. What has he added to Inter Milan that Mancini didn’t – zilch!!!

  75. London says:

    Hello Irish

    Is there something happening with our defence that I don’t know about? What is all this talk of Song playing there? Is one of the best central defensive partnerships in the country injured?

    I will miss you Irish.

  76. Irishgunner says:

    Hi London,

    Gallas got injured playing for France – two of his teeth got busted. Not sure whether he is in or out yet but with all the games coming up, Wenger will probably let him out against Birmingham.

    As I said above, I do hope to pop on every now and again when we get internet access although it’ll probably be pretty infrequent.

    I’ll miss everyone 😦

  77. Irishgunner says:

    Bendtner is out with a groin injury.

    Vela won’t be in the squad because of the flight back.

    No mention of Gallas so maybe he is okay?

  78. rico says:

    Hi All – busy times and off again shortly. Nice post London..

    Irish – I wish you all the very best in your journey ahead – just return safe and sound and of course with your accent intact 😉

    I will miss you, your views, your humour and general naughtiness ;);)

    Take care Irish and have a wonderful day tomorrow at the home of our club and may you still be smiling when your board your plane, as you rememeber all the goals you saw…. Obviously none scored by Nikki B though… 😛 😛

  79. kelsey says:


    as I said before it is a pleasure knowing you, knowing me ah ha.

    i think Gallas will play,i have two teeth missing and it only stops me from eating chewy food 😉

    A resoundong win against Birmingham for me 3-1.

  80. rico says:

    Irish, that was typed before I knew Nik was out injured 😉 😦

  81. Irishgunner says:

    Cheers Rico 😀

    Super Thomas (Rosicky/Vermaelen) scoring a screamer from 25 yards will do for me 🙂

  82. Irishgunner says:

    Hiya Kelsey,

    The pleasure is likewise (is that right?? :lol:)

    “Knowing you, knowing me” – Is that an Abba song? I can only ever remember it from Alan Partridge.

    I think it’ll be about 3-1 as well. We need an early goal to start opening up their blue bus. Bentiez isn’t playing cos he missed his flight ha ha

  83. Irishgunner says:

    The pleasure is mutual sounds better 😉

  84. kelsey says:

    abba indeed and alan patridge.watch out for the deadly spiders and snakes who drink xxxx as well as the insects and reptiles.

    Don’t recommend bare foot walking 🙂

    are you writing tomorrow’s post,well I hope so (ave)

  85. Irishgunner says:

    “watch out for the deadly spiders” – I don’t like spiders 😦

    Really, really don’t like spiders 😦

  86. Irishgunner says:

    HA HA HA HA Gerrard and Torres are out for Liverpool tomorrow 😆 Defeat number 4

  87. avenell says:

    Hi Roadsters..

    Irish if I don’t get back on before you leave.
    Thanks for your contribution to Avenell Road. I will certainly miss your informative comments and your cheeky humour.
    You have the time of your life.. and be good. 😉

  88. PDT says:

    Eduardo to start and score three in a 5-2 demolition of Brimingham.

    Irish, have a good trip. Internet access is quite easy to get in HK, as well as most large cities in Oz, so look forward to seeing you back here soon.

  89. PDT says:

    Looks like Dudu is still out with his thigh strain.

    So amending the scoreline to 3-1.

  90. rico says:

    Morning All – Proper football is back at last!

    PDT – I see from your score you are expecting Almunia to be back in goal 😉

    My team for the day would be


    Eboue Gallas TV Gibbs

    Fabregas Song Rosicky

    RvP Walcott Arshavin

    If no Cesc – Merida or Ramsey

    What will be interesting is the subs, no Nik, no Eduardo, no Vela – will someone like Sunu or Murphy be on the bench?

    I would bet ave’s house that Merida is at least in the squad today, the boy wants first team and a new contract, if I were AW I would be keeping him involved

  91. rico says:

    Irish – dont know if you are up and about reading before you go, if by chance you had time for a pre match post, please could you email to me and I will post it.. thanks heeps 🙂

  92. rico says:

    Just had a horrible thought – Diaby will play as Centre Forward 😉 😉

  93. London says:

    New Post

    Morning Rico

    Can you copy and paste your comments onto the new page so they are not wasted. No one gets the morning going like you 😉

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