All good Songs make it to the top………

Alexandre Dimitri Song Billong, born 9 September 1987 in a Cameroon, fondly known by most as Alex Song. He’s the nephew of Rigobert Song and plays in the heart of a midfield three at our fine club.

It is only now though that he is regarded as an important first team player for Arsenal by some, and I am firmly in that category.

Alex hasnโ€™t had an easy life, but then who truly has, but he lost his father at just 3yrs old, and from then on his uncle Rigobert became a huge influence on his life, and his love to become a footballer.

He married at just 18yrs old and is now the proud father of two. Back home he has millions of siblings ๐Ÿ™‚

In 2003/4 Song joined the youth team at Bastia and he must have impressed the management as the following year he played a big part in the first team, making 34 appearances.

Many overseas clubs had a scout or two keeping an eye on him, clubs such as Inter Milan, Manchester United, Lyon and Middleborough, but it was our boss who got in there first and took him on loan during the 2005/6 season. Arsene obviously saw something back then. The following season he signed for Arsenal for just ยฃ1M. Looking back now, what a bargain! He was only 20yrs old!

Until last season, Song has always been a โ€˜bit partโ€™ the sub that came on and then got ridiculed for his performances. Prior to that, he had loan spell at Charlton.

For us he played at CB, CM and generally kept a bit part role when players were injured or just needed a rest.

I donโ€™t think many of us honestly believed he would ever become a regular; I used to think he would be a โ€˜Grimandiโ€™, the squad bod that never really stated a claim in the team.

Then suddenly his career seemed to begin to get going, late in 2007 he was named in the 2008 Cameroon side for The African Cup of Nations, and he made his debut against Egypt coming on from the bench, and how good it must have felt for him to be playing alongside his Uncle Rigobert… Cameroon lost the game, but I bet Alex soon got over it!
He played in the Cameroon defence during the following games, but got injured in the final, funny enough against Egypt, the team where it all began.

Alex had played so well, he was named in the best eleven for the tournament. Maybe it was then that some of us opened our eyes a little bit and started taking him seriously.

That same year, 2008, Song was slotted into the midfield for his club, and we all know he was not the choice of the fans. His season didn’t start so well, the slating was cruel, sometimes justified, but often harsh.

But as the season went by, he got stronger and stronger and I personally started to worry a lot less when his name was on the team sheet to start. He even nabbed himself a couple of goals against Fenerbachce and Wigan. Added to that he is not a bad CH either, in fact I would trust him more than Senderos or Silvestre, but at the heart of our midfield is where I hope he stays..

This season I think he has started very strong, so much so when I donโ€™t see his name on the team sheet I begin to worry, and on Sunday against Wolverhampton Wanderers proved just why. Until Song came on we were being beaten in midfield. There was little โ€˜in thereโ€™ take control, keep the ball and then let the ball do the work. Diaby proved that right now he is not able to play the role that Song can.

Song came on and we began to control the midfield, the game and the result.

Song is off soon, and I really worry โ€“ really worry. Who on earth is capable of playing alongside Cesc, who is there that will allow our Captain to play with such freedom, most importantly, who will Cesc trust to cover him on his Gump Runs???

Right now, my answer is we have no-one! If Arsenal are to buy only one player in January, surely it has to be a player like Song, doesnโ€™t it?

Diaby โ€“ well maybe his day will come, he is still very young, Song was very young once, but look at him now.

Mr Reliable! Now who would have ever thought that……….

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85 Responses to All good Songs make it to the top………

  1. rico says:

    Morning Roadsters,

    All this talk on Billabong got me thinking……..

  2. rico says:

    Its going to be a long international break ๐Ÿ˜ฆ

    I hate them, so so boring, but I will be watching Ireland v France, cheering on Trapp’s boys

  3. rico says:

    I really hope that AW has a midfielder in mind for January, and I hope he sorts the deal out before the 1st.

    Denilson, Ramsey, Diaby or even Nasri are not defensive enough imho to fill the huge gap that Song will leave…. ๐Ÿ˜ฆ

  4. London says:

    I would have thought that and I voiced my opinion on the subject to the point of getting thrown off certain sites. I knew what I was talking about and it has been proved that they didn’t.

    But hey ho, life goes on and we are second in the league. The big test for Alex is against the Chavs, they looked powerful yesterday but then again they looked powerful against Barcelona last year and the Catalans beat them, am I comparing Arsenal to Barcelona? Yes, I am, player for player we are better than they are, so much so I have now come to the conclusion that the chavs are our only rivals to the EPL and the CL.

  5. London says:

    Good Post Rico.

    Where are my manners?

  6. London says:

    Wenger anticipated the problem of losing Song in the ACN and has prepared for it by playing Senderos in that role in the pre season friendlies. If you think about it whatโ€™s the difference? Song is no faster than Senderos and in view that they can both tackle and defend equally as well, they should both be able to play that role just as well as each other. The big improvement I noticed in Swiss Phil against Liverpool was his passing, quite impressive. I am not suggesting that he needs to play every game and I stick to my belief that in games when the opposition sit back then Rosicky is a better option; although, Iโ€™m sure Wenger prefer Denilson in that role rather than the Czech Captain but hey ho.

  7. rico says:

    Morning London,

    Like you, I have always been a fan, there was always something just waiting to come from him, I certainly didn’t expect it to happen so quickly. I like him, he loves the club and is a ‘good man’…

    Maybe his absence will make many realise just how good he is for us each week, and how much of an important part of the team, and Cesc’s game he is…

  8. sam3 says:

    I like the post Rico.

  9. rico says:

    I don’t think Senderos has the right ‘brain’ to play there London

    January F A
    02 Sat The FA Cup N Round 3 ATVO
    06 Wed Carling Cup N Semi-Final 1L ATVO
    09 Sat Barclays Premier League H Everton
    17 Sun Barclays Premier League A Bolton Wanderers

    20 Wed Carling Cup N Semi-Final
    23 Sat The FA Cup N Round 4
    27 Wed Barclays Premier League A Aston Villa
    31 Sun Barclays Premier League H Man United

    January is a busy month on paper, but to be fair fixtures favour us during Song’s absence. Maybe Cameroon will get knocked out early and Song will be back for the Manure game…

  10. rico says:

    Morning Sam, welcome to AR, and thank you.

    You are out of moderation now and free to blog

  11. London says:

    By the way Rico… good title ๐Ÿ˜‰

  12. London says:

    Hello Sam3

    It’s always good to have a new voice on here.

    Give us your views of the season so far.

  13. London says:

    Yeah Rico, I agree, it’s the Villa and the manu game that we need him for; he probably wasn’t going to play in the FA Cup or the CC if we are still in it. Unlikely that Cameroon will be knocked out early though, but, I suppose as you say, we can hope.

  14. rico says:

    Thanks London, that title is one of my fav’s ๐Ÿ˜›

    In all honesty, I don’t want Caneroon to be knocked out early, it would be great for Song to have a trophy at the end, even though we will miss him

  15. rico says:

    Especially if Cameroon beat the Togo’s in the final ๐Ÿ˜›

  16. sam3 says:

    London

    I did not anticipate that our season would begin quite so bright. We did not strenghten in areas I thought we should and I went into the season quite low.
    To now be second and still in all of the competitions shows we are a force to challenge.

    The stand out players have to be Fabregas, Vermaelen, Gallas, VP and of course Song. It is very very nice to see Rosicky and Nasri back I think they are important players and have a bit of extra in them.

  17. rico says:

    Can’t believe The Dippers are going to play Torres dispite Doctors saying not too. He will end up crocked badly – I know they are in a pickle, but Rafa has really lost the plot imho…

  18. rico says:

    London – talking of the CC, would you play a bit of a stronger side against Citeh – I really want us to beat them heavily. They are another side in a little bit of trouble and are there for the taking…

  19. rico says:

    Sam – which areas of the team do you think we should have brought players in ?

  20. Damn_Gallas says:

    the only obvious choice that we have is Denilson. I would be damn if wenger chooses to play diaby instead. Diaby sucks and Denilson is much better than him.

    Otherwise wenger can look to the young guns like coquelin, frimpong, eastmond, jay thomas etc, but i dont think he would do that.

    I dont think wenger would buy anyone as well. Therefore, Song’s departure is very crucial for us. If we fail to live up to expectations then our title hopes are all dashed!!!

  21. sam3 says:

    The spine, a goalie, defender, holding midfielder and a forward. we have several midfield players but all are offensive. I think Wenger trusts the keepers too much.

  22. rico says:

    Hi DG,

    I disagree, I don’t think Denilson is the answer. hope that Eastmond, Lansbury JET or Coquelin come in from the CC squad. Other than those I hope Rosicky or Nasri fill the role. Denilson is for me a poor mans Cesc, and Ramsey will soon be ahead of him..

    Both JET and Lansbury come back on Jan 1st. I honestly think we have better options available than Denilson – but it’s only my opinion…

  23. rico says:

    Sam – I had hope for 3 players, but didn’t ever give thought to a keeper as Almunia seemed ok. But I have however changed my opinion on him slightly ๐Ÿ˜ฆ

    He has had a lot to deal with, maybe now he will begin to be focused more..

  24. rico says:

    Oops Paddy ๐Ÿ˜‰

    Roma coach Claudio Ranieri has lashed out at Inter Milan midfielder Patrick Vieira after an elbow by the Frenchman in Sunday’s 1-1 draw left Daniele de Rossi with a fractured cheekbone.

    The Giallorossi departed the San Siro with a point, leaving them 13th in Serie A, but with a cloud of uncertainty over their Italy midfielder who is almost certain to miss the Azzurri’s friendly against Holland on Saturday.

    ‘De Rossi will have to undergo an operation,’ said Ranieri. ‘Vieira always jumps with his elbows open and for that reason in England he was always sent off.’
    Vieira played with Arsenal in the Premier League before moving to Italy in the summer of 2005.

    Ranieri disapproved of the performance of referee Gianluca Rocchi, who did not book Vieira and showed just three yellow cards to Inter players.

    ‘Inter made too many systematic fouls and if the referee allows them to get away with it, then they continue to make them,’ said Ranieri.

    ‘They made double the fouls we made and got just one more yellow card than we did.’

  25. rico says:

    Ha ha ha ha ha – Daily Mirror Headline

    ยฃ37million quid really doesn’t get you much in the defence department these days. Manchester City would have been equally solid at the back if they’d picked two of those oversized poppies than Lescott and Toure.

  26. rico says:

    Off for a while, back soon

  27. Rasputin says:

    Hi Roadsters,

    I don’t think AW will play Senderos as DM when Song is missing – he will probably play Denilson or (even worse) Diaby. Denilson has had a bad time trying to do a job that is not natural to his game, but will njot give the ball away as much as Diaby. Senderos may well be sold in January.

    Almunia is a lovely bloke but he will never be a top class goalie, the shot he let in against AZ was schoolboy stuff.

  28. London says:

    Hi Rasp

    But if Senderos doesn’t go in the window do you think he has what it takes to play there?

  29. emmanuel says:

    who can sing the song like song?
    we would not miss a lot,but big clubs will. chesea, man city mostly will miss lots of players. remember during the same period last year, arsenal got even stronger.we would be stronger and win our points.though Song is very rocky in our defence, but we can do without him for just three weeks.

  30. rico says:

    Hi Rasp..

    Most of the goals we concede are really soft ones ๐Ÿ˜ฆ

    London, thats a big no from me re Senderos ..

  31. ganesh says:

    Hi Rico nice post mate.. How cud u say Denilson isnt gud enuf .. If hes given the holdin mid role for one month i guess he can manage quite well but not as gud as Song .. Anyway we kno Arsene wont buy any players keepin in mind its nly for for jus one month ..Also dude i guess we gotta replace Almunia soon .. Mannone is so young n can learn but Almunia is finished n so we need to replace him with Akinfeev or Jaaskaleinen or someone of tat class.. Then we have a grt chance of winnin title .. I believe we’ll win some this year .. Cheer up GUNNERS!!

  32. London says:

    Rico

    Re your question on whether I would like to see a stronger side for the next round of the CC? Emphatically no, I don’t like to quote other managers but I cannot improve on the sentiments of Lardy Benitez when he said “I was not brought here to win the CC” This is the mentality I suspect that Wenger has and certainly hope he does have albeit that he is a bit more tactful than Benitez. Although, having said that the team will be stronger than the one that faced Liverpool by the return of Vela, Wilshire, possibly, Walcott, possibly Denilson, possibly Jet; there is no way that Wenger will play RVP no matter how much he pleads.

    I hope Wenger has already said to himself I donโ€™t give a monkeys about the CC and the FA Cup; I wonโ€™t risk a single injury on either cup, my focus is on winning the League and the CL.

  33. Rasputin says:

    Hi London / rico,

    London, I don’t really see Senderos as good enough for DM but am prepared to be convinced by performance! – trouble is that we can’t risk it in prem games. Maybe AW should try him in that role against citeh in the CC.

    rico, I was very unhappy at the goal we conceded against Wolves – it shows we still have that weakness and vulnerability. 3 nil would have been far preferable to 4:1

  34. Rasputin says:

    Come to think of it, Djourou would be a much better candidate for DM whilst Song is away, but I don’t believe he will be back from injury by then ……

  35. London says:

    Rico

    Re Senderos where? Mรกs informaciรณn por favor.

  36. Freire says:

    Hello everyone.

    Good post, rico. I don’t like Song as a football player, everyone knows that… but he’s a great human.

    I was wondering if you want to write to my website ๐Ÿ™‚

  37. Chi says:

    I don’t know why everyone says that Diaby did not play well against Wolves until Song replaced him. Diaby was NOT playing in Song’s role in the game. Aaron Ramsey was! If Song had come on for Ramsey, then we’d have reverted to our normal midfield and still will have done creditably.

    One thing is for sure. Diaby or Ramsey cannot replace song. The best person we have in this position right now is Deni (at least he’s more experienced than Eastmond or Coquelin). Unless perhaps Wenger brings in someone on loan in January.

  38. rico says:

    re your 1.39 London, that was my big no….

    Hey Freire, is that a new site ??

    Rasp, the way Almunia ‘went’ to stop that one on Saturday was embarassing !!

  39. rico says:

    Hi Chi

    Welcome to Avenell Road – I dont think Diaby has a good defensive side to his game right now, maybe he will one day. In any case, he should have been the ‘main man’ in our midfield, but he wasn’t.

    Once Song came on the midfield settled and Ramsey had a better game too after that..

  40. Rasputin says:

    Helo Chi,

    The biggest crime in football is to give the ball away and Diaby does that far too often. He also gives far too many short (hospital) passes that get his teammates into trouble and risks potential injury. Finally, he sometimes gets very confused ….. this has resulted in deliberately heading the ball into his own net and as was seen against Alkmar, passing directly to the opposition. He’s at his best when he reacts instinctively and doesn’t have time to think. He does posses a good shot and is quite clinical in front of goal, IMO he will never have the footballing brain to be a good DM.

  41. peachesgooner says:

    I see Philippe needs a bit of defending ๐Ÿ˜ณ

  42. London says:

    I was wondering when I was going to get some help.

  43. Rasputin says:

    No peaches – he needs some lessons in defending ๐Ÿ˜†

  44. rico says:

    Rasp

    Cant disagree with your comments,but in the words of Craig Revell Horwood – However ๐Ÿ˜‰

    I recall JJ and ave once talking about how Diaby is good when he plays off a lone striker, maybe that is his true position? He does as you say have a bloomin good finish on him…

  45. rico says:

    peaches, great to see you back ๐Ÿ™‚

    just ave and kelsey missing now, anyone heard from either ?

  46. rico says:

    Rasp ๐Ÿ˜› ๐Ÿ˜› ๐Ÿ˜†

  47. peachesgooner says:

    Sorry rico, good post ……

    There are still those who say that we need a world class DM but Song is going to be classed as a world class DM when we win something this season……

  48. Rasputin says:

    I agree rico, if he improved his ‘physical presence’ he could probably be as good a striker as Ade. He actually has better shooting technique than Ade but is not such a handful. By definition, strikers do not have time to dwell on the ball and that would suit him I think. Wer just don’t need that sort of player with the makeup of the rest of the squad.

  49. rico says:

    peaches, I reckon we just need an old boy in, I always hoped we would go for Appiah, yes I am serious, he would have been a good deputy for Song and would give us two seasons, then we have so so many options available –

    Like you though, I truly believe this is the year we start getting silverware, actually I dont care if one of the tournaments we win turns out to be the CC, as long as either the EPL or CL goes with it ๐Ÿ˜‰

    And then we will dominate again ๐Ÿ™‚

  50. Rasputin says:

    rico, re: the whereabouts of ave and Kelsey ….

    they’re in rehearsals for panto as Widow Twanky and Captain Hook ๐Ÿ™„

  51. rico says:

    Rasp, I think he has a better finish than Ade already ๐Ÿ˜‰

    Just think of those skinny gangly legs bursting into the penalty area… They are so bound to be caught by a Terry foot, a Rio foot, a Toure knee ;)…

    ๐Ÿ˜›

  52. rico says:

    Oh no their not Rasp……. ๐Ÿ˜†

  53. rico says:

    Their behind you ๐Ÿ˜‰ ๐Ÿ˜‰

    Only kidding, come back you old tinkers…

  54. peachesgooner says:

    London – its you and me against the world ๐Ÿ˜‰

    Rasputin – Philippe Senderos is a fine defender, he has a great head on his shoulders for both heading the ball and thinking. He was upsettingly turned by Drogba which has made him susceptable to being turned by any high profile speedy CF. But hes big and strong and we don’t have many of those in our squad. Unfortunately he doesn’t have quick feet so I’m not sure about a regular spot as a DM …… sorry London ……. but maybe hes been working on that side of his game. Who’d have thought we’d be so appreciative of Song this time last year ……

  55. rico says:

    ganesh Says:

    November 9, 2009 at 2:56 pm edit

    Hi Rico nice post mate.. How cud u say Denilson isnt gud enuf .. If hes given the holdin mid role for one month i guess he can manage quite well but not as gud as Song .. Anyway we kno Arsene wont buy any players keepin in mind its nly for for jus one month ..Also dude i guess we gotta replace Almunia soon .. Mannone is so young n can learn but Almunia is finished n so we need to replace him with Akinfeev or Jaaskaleinen or someone of tat class.. Then we have a grt chance of winnin title .. I believe weโ€™ll win some this year .. Cheer up GUNNERS

    Sorry Ganesh

    You snuck through without being seen, I have re-posted your comment..

    Welcome to Avenell Road, hope you come back..

  56. Rasputin says:

    peaches – wow what an incredible insight into Big Phil’s hidden abilities – so well hidden in fact that no other manager worldwide has come in and made an offer for him ๐Ÿ˜‰

  57. rico says:

    Actually ganesh, you were stuck in moderation, I’m sorry – blog away if you are still around…

  58. peachesgooner says:

    raspberries to you Rasputin ๐Ÿ˜†

  59. Rasputin says:

    Nah – only joking, I like BP but he’s like Almunia – never gonna be quite good enough

  60. rico says:

    What saddens me about Senderos is it took him ages to get over the Drogba thing, and I am not sure if he truly has to this day…

    Same for Big Sol against West Ham… Both he and Senderos have the same genes ๐Ÿ˜‰ ๐Ÿ˜‰ Big Ones ๐Ÿ˜ณ

    But compare that to Gibbs, what happened to him saw us knocked out of the CL against our old rival… That boy’s recovery has been immense…

  61. rico says:

    The best thing about BP is that it fuels cars ๐Ÿ˜‰ ๐Ÿ˜‰

  62. Rasputin says:

    He was also at fault for the Hyppia goal in the CL semi rico and I believe beat himself up over that one too. He is a very bright well educated guy, maybe too cerebral and sensitive – especially for a CB who should always be a bit of a brute!

  63. Rasputin says:

    He’s 3 star – we run on 4 star ๐Ÿ˜›

  64. rico says:

    I wonder if he is ‘unleaded’ Rasp …. ๐Ÿ˜ณ ๐Ÿ˜ณ

    But we like Merida Rasp ๐Ÿ˜‰

  65. rico says:

    Last year BP wanted to dump us for Milan, I have no loyalty towards him at all…. Sorry peaches & London ๐Ÿ˜ฆ

  66. Rasputin says:

    Leaden footed rico….. ๐Ÿ˜‰

  67. peachesgooner says:

    I think its interesting that we’ve not really missed Denilson at all while hes been injured but I do expect it to be him the one that plays as DM while Song is away. Hope hes nearly ready to start training again. Song doesn’t do anything particularly creative but i love watching him protect the ball he nearly always wrong-foots the opposition now….. a great bit of skill ๐Ÿ˜‰

    ….. and his jinking runs ….. ๐Ÿ˜›

  68. peachesgooner says:

    rico – that was just media rubbish ….. ๐Ÿ˜€

    ‘intersting’ thats a good word…. rico can you correct my spelling please ๐Ÿ˜ณ

  69. rico says:

    ๐Ÿ˜† Rasp

    All done peaches ๐Ÿ˜‰

    I haven’t missed Denilson one jot – and I hope he doesn’t walk straight back in, is it not time to give Lansbury a try??

  70. rico says:

    jinking runs peaches… is that like a tummy upset ๐Ÿ˜ณ ๐Ÿ˜‰ ๐Ÿ˜‰

  71. rico says:

    peaches – have you heard from kelsey?

  72. rico says:

    Ha bloomin Ha, Cole is crocked ๐Ÿ˜‰

    It is feared the 28-year-old could face a lengthy spell on the sidelines with the problem.

    A spokesman for Chelsea confirmed: “Ashley Cole has not been selected in the England squad for their friendly against Brazil.

    Why did Kenyon leave the Russian camp??

  73. rico says:

    How Spooky ๐Ÿ™‚ ๐Ÿ™‚

    Song: I’ll never forget my first day at Arsenal

    Arsenal midfielder Alexandre Song has revealed his first ever day with the north London club and spoken of the awe he felt at encountering some of the legendary players which made up Arsene Wengerโ€™s squad in 2005. The Cameroon international joined the Gunners on an initial loan period before completing a permanent deal the following year in a deal worth ยฃ1m. After a rocky start, which saw the 22-year-old loaned to Charlton to gain experience, the enforcer has come to be a stalwart of the Emirates outfitโ€™s midfield.

    โ€œIt was July, 2005 and I came here with the chairman of Bastia,โ€ Song told Arsenal TV Online.

    โ€œI walked into the dressing room and saw Robert [Pires], Thierry [Henry], Dennis [Bergkamp]. It was unbelievable; they were players you watch on the TV.

    โ€œI just asked myself โ€˜Alex, what are you doing here?โ€™

    โ€œI was really impressed to see the big players I love to watch on the TV, I never forgot that.

    โ€œThierry came to see me and said, โ€˜welcome to Arsenal.โ€™

    โ€œDennis asked, โ€˜Are you ok?โ€™ But because I didnโ€™t speak any English, I asked Thierry โ€˜what did this guy say?โ€™

    โ€œHe told me he said, โ€˜welcome to Arsenal, heโ€™s very impressed.โ€™

    โ€œI never forgot that, my heart was beating at like 200 beats per minute. It was unbelievable.โ€

  74. London says:

    This might make me seem like a flaky ally but I was only proposing Big Phil for certain games as DM while Song was at the ACN.

  75. rico says:

    How can anyone not love the man…….

  76. rico says:

    London

    When have you ever been a flaky ally? ๐Ÿ˜‰ ๐Ÿ˜‰

    Lansbury v Senderos????

  77. Freire says:

    Rico,
    my website, Arsenal Brasil, our supporters club here in Brazil. You could write experiences you had with Arsenal and stuff… You write really well, I love to read your texts… ๐Ÿ˜›

  78. rico says:

    Thats real kind of you Freire, but I am not good enough to venture into new pastures…. But I am sure we will all pop on and support your site.. ๐Ÿ™‚

  79. Freire says:

    You’re my guest on my website, rico. But that’s ok if you don’t want to. ๐Ÿ˜›

  80. rico says:

    Freire – I want to, please see the comment I have left on your site ๐Ÿ™‚

  81. rico says:

    I have to go and cook, eat dinner – be back soon….

  82. rico says:

    Hi all again, and bye all…

    Enjoy your evening, catch you tomorrow…

  83. rico says:

    Morning Roadsters

    Off for the goss ๐Ÿ˜‰

  84. ganesh says:

    Thanks Rico for re posting my comment .. Sry i wasnt free then to blog .. Lookin forward to u r next post n commenting on it of course .. First of all wat was ur view on my comment .. Almunia for Akinfeev, or some othr gud n exp GK in Jan or next summer atleast ?

  85. rico says:

    Morning ganesh

    We are leaking the softest of goals, and most of them are down to the keeper, its hard to moan about Mannone, but I sgree that neither Almunia or Fabianski (yet) are good enough…

    I dont really know much about Akinfeev, maybe bring your view on him to the new post

    New Post all

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