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Senior Jets must fly, says van Egmond
Newcastle coach Gary van Egmond has called on his senior players, including 2008 A-League player of the year Joel Griffiths, to lift the reigning premiers out of their early-season rut.
The Jets have started their title defence slowly, managing two draws and a loss from their opening three matches and conceding eight goals along the way.
Last year's grand final winners have been hurt by off-season departures and injuries but van Egmond said it was his senior players' job to stand up and lead by example in Saturday's daunting clash with an in-form Sydney FC.
Striker Griffiths, who scored 12 regular-season goals last year, is the Jets' key man while van Egmond also hoped to have fellow senior players Adam Griffiths (calf) and Jade North (Socceroos duty) available at EnergyAustralia Stadium.
"We need that leadership group to take the game by the scruff of the neck," van Egmond said.
"One thing Joel's good at is the way he pressures the opposition and the way he conducts himself on the football field.
"The intensity with which he goes about his business is infectious in the rest of the team and certainly he's a catalyst for that.
"With some luck hopefully Jade and Adam will be right for the game and they're also the ones that can really lead not only by example but by talk as well.
"Some of these younger ones really look for that direction and gravitate to that.
"If we can have that, it will be all the better for our football team."
The Newcastle coach admitted defence had been a top priority for the Jets since their shock 5-0 loss to Melbourne a fortnight ago, knowing that a repeat performance at the back could be disastrous against a Sydney FC outfit likely to include John Aloisi, Alex Brosque and Steve Corica.
"We've got to be on our toes and we're not going to achieve much if we're conceding the goals we're conceding at the moment," van Egmond said.
Van Egmond said the Jets' marquee signing Edmundo Zura was improving his fitness but had not decided whether to start the flamboyant Ecuadorian against Sydney.
"He's working hard, he's actually got a game tonight with the youth team and we'll have a look at him," van Egmond said.
"It's still a work in progress with Edmundo.
"He's got some wonderful qualities, we're just going to need to extract them out and showcase them on the game night."
Jets snatch late victory over Roar
Newcastle Jets striker Joel Griffiths has continued to play the role of tormentor against the Queensland Roar by producing a late winner in his A-League club's 1-0 win in Brisbane.
Griffiths put his name on the scoresheet for the fifth consecutive time against the Queenslanders in the 84th minute in front of 12,203 people at Suncorp Stadium.
The result came despite the Roar having the lion's share of opportunities.
Jets coach Gary van Egmond admitted his side was lucky to walk away with all three points.
"I think a draw would've been more the right result, it was a real arm wrestle," van Egmond said.
"I just hope (Joel Griffiths) gets a habit of scoring elsewhere as well."
Roar coach Frank Farina said despite the disappointment of losing, his team displayed some promising signs.
"If we were playing poorly and losing then I'd be upset, but we created some good opportunities and chances to win," Farina said.
"I think Charlie Miller had around seven shots on goal, if you gave him those seven shots again there's a good chance he could've walked away with a hat-trick.
"The Jets had about one proper shot on goal that (keeper Liam Reddy) saved, then that corner that bounced around like a pinball before going in.
"We defended really well and to have only two proper shots on goal against Newcastle is very good."
The Roar were clearly on the front foot for the first half with six shots on goal compared to the Jets' two.
However the home side just couldn't find a way past Jets goalkeeper Ante Covic, whose blinder of a match was only equalled by the Roar's blunders.
Possibly the Roar's best chance was wasted early on in the 16th minute when midfielder Matthew McKay failed to convert a one-on-one opportunity against Covic after intercepting a backpass from Daniel Piorkowski.
Not long after, in the 22nd minute, Roar's Massimo Murdocca made a run down the right flank before crossing and finding the head of Serginho van Dijk.
Despite a pinpoint header that would have just snuck inside the left post, the ball was sensationally saved off the line by the outstretched hand of Covic.
Roar coach Frank Farina tried to ignite his troops in the 68th minute, substituting Tahj Minniecon for Danny Tiatto.
The Roar kept the pressure on late into the second half, missing several opportunities along the way, until a corner from the Jets' Jin-Hyung Song bounced around inside the box like a pinball, before being tapped in by Griffiths.
Despite finishing the game with 14 shots on goal to the Jets' five, the Roar walk away with no points, meaning they have only won two points from a possible 12 from their last five encounters against the Jets
Jets re-sign Griffiths until 2012
Newcastle Jets striker Joel Griffiths cited the re-signing of coach Gary van Egmond and the upcoming Asian Champions League campaign as key reasons for extending his stay for a further three years at the A-League champions.
The 29-year-old will become the club's marquee player on a lucrative deal, reportedly around the $1 million mark, keeping him in the steel city until the end of 2011-12 and potentially the remainder of his career.
Van Egmond and assistant Mark Jones signed on for a further three years a week ago, with club chief executive John Tsatsimas believing the past seven days could potentially set a "platform which will ensure the long-term stability and success of our club".
"Gary's one of the major factors for why I stayed," Griffiths said at the announcement.
"We have a good relationship. The environment at training is always enjoyable."
The former Leeds United player added the club's maiden foray into Asia was another determining factor in his decision to stay on.
"We worked so hard just to make the Asian Champions League and to actually leave halfway through would have been disappointing not only for myself but for the clubs and the fans as well," he said.
"That was definitely in the back of mind. I'm looking forward to it. It's a new chapter and hopefully we can be as a successful as Adelaide."
Griffiths has been a talisman for the Jets since joining from Leeds in 2006, scoring 24 goals in 50 appearances.
Van Egmond said he had been at least as effective as any of the marquee players to have graced the A-League and deserved the status.
"If you look at it, he's probably been more important than any of the marquee players that have been here prior," said van Egmond.
"If you take Dwight Yorke out he's probably been close to the face of the A-League.
"It's not just on his marketability, it's also on his effectiveness on the football park and that's paramount.
"For us he really trains and plays with a strong intensity which is infectious to the rest of the team."
Griffiths picked up a hamstring injury in last round's 2-0 loss to Adelaide and faces a month on the sidelines.
"I'm really grateful for the club for showing me the faith not only to sign me for three years as a player but also as a marquee player," he added.
"I'm very happy and hopefully I can go on to the next level."
Striker Joel Griffiths has been re-signed to the A League side Newcastle Jets for three years.
Jets look to imports to shine
The Newcastle Jets will look to imports Jesper Hakansson and Edmundo Zura to prove the critics wrong when they host Wellington Phoenix at EnergyAustralia Stadium on Monday.
Dane Hakansson has overcome a corked thigh and is set to start, while Ecuadorian Zura will make his return from a back strain.
With all-important Griffiths brothers Joel and Adam both out, Jason Hoffman gone for the season and three players away with the Young Socceroos, Jets coach Gary van Egmond will be desperate for the pair to stand up.
Joel Griffiths, who will replace Zura as the club's marquee player from next season, backed Zura to open his goalscoring account.
"I think Zura is the guy to get us out of this little slump. He has all the attributes to do anything in this league. All he needs is a goal. He is so close," said Griffiths, who faces another three weeks on the sidelines with a hamstring injury.
Wellington go into the clash confident after downing big guns Sydney FC 2-1 last round and will also be buoyed by the return of skipper Andrew Durante from illness against his old club.
"They've got some key guys out," Durante said. "It's probably a good time to get them but also a dangerous time.
"They're the sort of team that when everything's against them they can lift and, especially being at home, they'll have the crowd behind them."
Durante, a member of the Jets' championship-winning side last season, was expecting a hostile return.
"A couple of people I've spoken to over there are telling me I should expect a pretty friendly welcome. I don't believe that, of course, but we'll wait and see."
The Phoenix also welcome back Jon McKain, Leo Bertos and Glen Moss with coach Ricki Herbert looking for a first win on the road this season.
A loss for Newcastle would see them move below Wellington into second last on the table after seven rounds.
"They are going to bring players into the side who will be hungry - probably haven't had a start this year - and will want to impress their manager as well," said Herbert.
"It's another good challenge and I think we're ready for this."
Striker Shane Smeltz, the centre of speculation about switching clubs, said the Phoenix had given him a "good offer" to stay on but he needed time to think about it.
"There are obviously personal things and footballing reasons (to consider), I don't think it's a decision I want to make right now," he said.
Jets fail to launch in draw with Phoenix
Newcastle have squandered a golden opportunity to close the gap on the A-League top four, allowing two penalty goals as Wellington escaped with a 2-2 draw at EnergyAustralia Stadium on Monday.
The defending A-League champions seemed set for just their second win of the season before busy Phoenix import Leilei Gao fell dramatically after a Matt Thompson challenge in the dying minutes.
With much of the 8,492 crowd screaming in protest, Shane Smeltz calmly finished the 90th-minute spot kick - his second of the match - as a violent rainstorm swept the ground.
Smeltz's 52nd-minute penalty had the Phoenix sniffing back-to-back wins for the first time in their short history, but Jets goals to Tarek Elrich and substitute Kaz Patafta in the space of nine minutes looked likely to settle the issue.
The fact it didn't left Jets coach Gary Van Egmond fuming.
"It's frustrating at home and not getting the full points," he said.
"If you want to be a serious contender we need to win those ones."
The hosts were without their talisman Joel Griffiths and his brother Adam (both hamstring), along with striker Jason Hoffman (knee) and two other squad members on youth international duty.
And with marquee signing Ecuadorian international Edmundo Zura kept in check in an uneven opening stanza, the Phoenix could sense an upset.
Veteran striker Vaughan Coveny did his bit for the cause, going one-on-one with Daniel Piorkowski, who challenged clumsily in the area before Smeltz converted the first penalty.
But the lead was shortlived when the ball fell to Elrich in space and he found Phoenix custodian Mark Paston off his line with a 20m strike in the 59th minute.
The momentum shifted the Jets way as the crowd lifted them, and they hit the front in the 68th minute when Matt Thompson lobbed a ball over Karl Dodd, Zuna nodding past Paston before Patafta nudged home.
But the visitors had the last say.
Phoenix coach Ricki Herbert labelled it a fair result and hailed the new-found belief in his side after their breakthrough 2-1 win over Sydney FC last week.
"That's a little bit more like us. I think if that had been three weeks ago we probably would have lost the game.
"There's a much better spark, there's a real belief and last week was decent for us. We got dragged through the media a bit which sometimes doesn't do you any harm.
"We've shown the resolve and character and the quality of what's at the football club to turn that around."
The result left the Phoenix second from bottom, but just one point behind the jittery Jets, who also remained anchored on a solitary win from seven matches.
Zura 'not good enough' for A-League
Newcastle coach Gary van Egmond has revealed his frustration at the lack of improvement shown by marquee signing Edmundo Zura and is worried the Ecuadorian striker might not be able to cut it in the A-League.
Zura, who joined the Jets on a season-long loan, has struggled to adapt to the pace and physicality of the league, continuing a disappointing trend for the club after a disastrous season by last year's marquee player Mario Jardel.
Zura is yet to score in six appearances this season, depriving the reigning premiers of much-needed goals and their fans of his trademark goal celebration where he apparently produces a Spiderman mask and dances.
Van Egmond has repeatedly defended Zura against criticism but, in a move perhaps designed to ignite the striker, was openly critical of the Ecuadorian's development on Thursday, saying he'd had more than enough time to adapt and improve his fitness.
"Zura's finding it difficult to finish a game, even in training he's finding it still difficult to understand exactly what's needed from him," van Egmond said.
"He's been here now for a period of time in which it should be fine for him, the amount of training that he's had, the amount of information that he's had, it should be okay.
"But he's still not providing what we want, it comes in short bursts here and there and that's not good enough."
Hopes were high among Jets fans upon the arrival of Zura from Ecuadorian club Imbabura.
He has seven caps for his country and at 25 should be in the prime of his career.
He produced arguably his best performance for the Jets in the 2-2 draw with Wellington last round, but it did little to stop van Egmond voicing concerns Zura may soon be confined to a bit-part role.
"It may be a case that what we see with Edmundo is the best we're going to get," van Egmond said.
"If that's the case he may be an impact player for us that can last only 30 minutes but it is disappointing to see that he's not getting better in regards to his overall contribution to the football team."
Zura could be given another chance to lead the line against Melbourne on Saturday night, although star striker Joel Griffiths is rated a 50-50 chance of making an early return from injury.
Griffiths was expected to be out for at least another two weeks after tearing a hamstring in his side's 2-0 loss to Adelaide late last month.
Last season's leading goalscorer has made a better-than-expected recovery and could return at EnergyAustralia Stadium but van Egmond said he would not be willing to risk his star unless he was 100 per cent fit.
"I think (Griffiths playing) is an even money bet at this stage," van Egmond said.
"But we definitely won't risk him for one game in case we lose him for four or five."
Newcastle coach Gary van Egmond is frustrated by the form of marquee signing Edmundo Zura.
Newcastle beats Victory 1-0
Teenage striker Marko Jesic produced a stunning late volley to give Newcastle a 1-0 A-League win over a ten-man Melbourne Victory at EnergyAustralia Stadium on Saturday night.
Jesic, a Jets youth team player playing only his second senior match, swivelled and volleyed home a knock-on from winger Adam D'Apuzzo in the 85th minute to seal the dramatic win after marquee striker Edmundo Zura has missed a penalty in the first half.
To worsen the woes for Melbourne, striker Archie Thompson is facing a suspension after he was sent off for appearing to swear at referee Matthew Breeze in the 58th minute.
Replays appeared to show Thompson calling Breeze a "f***ing c***" after a foul had been called on him and the referee had no hesitation in showing the Socceroos striker the first red card of his A-League career.
Thompson will miss at least one match for receiving a red card but is likely to face a lengthier suspension if the A-League's match review panel refers the case to the tribunal.
Ecuadorian international Zura, who is yet to score a goal since signing on as the Jets marquee player at the start of the season, should have put Newcastle ahead in the 31st minute.
He had arguably his best game this season, proving a constant menace in attack and starting the move the resulted in the penalty being awarded after Rodrigo Vargas hand-balled in the box.
Zura fired his penalty into the right upright much to the dismay of the 11,000 home fans, who were again deprived of his trademark goal celebration when he apparently produces a Spiderman mask.
The Jets had most of the game's chances, with Danish import Jesper Hankasson, Matt Thompson and Adam Griffiths all involved early while the Victory's best chance fell to top scorer Danny Allsopp.
Jesic, who joined the squad as a injury replacement player for Jason Hoffman, had also been wasteful with many chances but made amends with the late winner.
Newcastle striker Joel Griffiths overcame a hamstring injury to come on as a substitute in the 76th minute while Korean midfielder Jin-Hyung Song also started on the bench but provided the cross in the lead-up to Jesic's goal when he also came on late.
Melbourne remain in first place with the win while Jets move up to fifth.
Jesic, who at 19 has already come back from two knee reconstructions, was thrilled to have scored the winner.
"I was really glad to get on the scoresheet," he said.
"It's only my second game in the A-League and I had a couple of chances in the first half and in the second and it finally paid off in the end."
Jets coach Gary van Egmond said the win was a relief but admitted the reigning premiers were still not happy with their position on the ladder.
"It was very pleasing. I think we've been on the cusp of doing something like that for a while," van Egmond said.
"It was a very comprehensive display but again if you look at the ladder, we're not in the form and we need to keep on working and climb ourselves back into that and get in contention for this year's finals."
Melbourne coach Ernie Merrick was disappointed Thompson had become the fourth Victory player to be red-carded in the first eight matches of the season.
"The players have been told that the referees are going to enforce strict discipline on dissent and I guess the assumption's always made that if there's swearing and it's in the vicinity of the referee, it's directed at the referee," Merrick said.
Thompson will miss next week's blockbuster clash with Sydney FC.
Newcastle Jets land Mark Milligan
Olyroos captain Mark Milligan has ended months of speculation surrounding his future by signing with reigning A-League champions Newcastle.
The former Sydney FC defender has signed a seven-week guest contract starting round 11 and will join the Jets fulltime next season.
Milligan had been trialling with several clubs in Europe and was reportedly on the verge of joining Portuguese powerhouse Porto, but the deal fell through.
The 23-year-old has six Socceroos caps and was chosen to lead Australia's under 23s side at the Beijing Olympics.
But he was dropped from the Australian squad for the recent World Cup qualifier against Qatar with national coach Pim Verbeek warning he was risking his future by failing to sort out his club career.
Jets coach Gary van Egmond said the club was delighted to have secured Milligan's services.
"I feel that he will add a significant amount to our playing group in regards to his ability and experience and he should slot straight into the team," van Egmond said.
"I think it really shows our ambition as a club and that were serious about our title defence, and creating a strong squad into the future."
wow what a poor move on mark's behalf, i expected somewhere in europe, but not back in the A-league
Yeah me to! i mean to be offered from Porto and other high quality clubs then for them to fall thru and go back to the A-league surprised me alittle! His a good quality young player and he needs those high quality european clubs to grow as a player ild love to see him in 5 or less years time in a socceroos shirt good luck to him thgh
Jets' Zura jets home to Ecuador
The struggling Newcastle Jets are considering chasing an interim marquee player after a homesick Edmundo Zura dramatically returned to Ecuador.
The defending A-League champions are picking up the pieces after the Ecuadorian international delivered a tearful farewell following the 2-1 loss to Queensland on Sunday night.
Zura, signed as the Jets marquee player on a one-year loan deal, asked for a contract termination due to off-field reasons.
But after failing to deliver on the park in a goalless and maligned three-month stint, where he lasted the full 90 minutes in just three of his nine starts, his departure won't be mourned by the Jets.
The 25-year-old could no longer cope being away from his homeland and family - including his wife and four-year-old son - and organised his flight independently.
"We can understand that he misses his homeland, his family, and the way of life that he is comfortable with," said Jets chief executive John Tsatsimas.
"It's not easy to travel to another country and settle immediately, particularly when there is such a large language barrier there.
"So we would not stand in his way in returning to Ecuador, which is where he wants to be."
Coach Gary van Egmond and newly-appointed high-performance manager Ian Crook, who coached Newcastle Utd in the old NSL, are reviewing whether to replace Zura with a marquee player or short-term guest star.
The writing was on the wall for Zura when the Jets announced fellow striker Joel Griffiths as next season's marquee man.
As a marquee player, Zura's contract is not included in the salary cap so the club can either chase another star signing or merely stick with their current squad and promote youth players.
Zura, who debuted for Ecuador in 2006 and captained them to victory at last year's Pan American Games, ran out of patience waiting for his family to join him in Newcastle following a visa hold-up.
Ironically, he decided to return home as papers from South America finally arrived, paving the way for them to settle in Australia.
But his interpreter had made the club aware before the weekend of his plans as he struggled to come to terms with the lifestyle.
The pressure was building on Zura before Sunday's home defeat which saw the defending premiers fall to equal second last, five points out of the top four.
Teammates revealed Zura was in tears after the game, which included a disallowed headed early goal for being offside, when he told some of his decision.
His loss and the continued absence of a quartet of Young Socceroos players leaves the Jets with a bare 15 of their senior squad.
National U19 striker Jason Naidovski will come into contention when he returns next week as the Jets are also battling up front with Jason Hoffman sidelined for the season with a knee injury.
Veteran midfielder Noel Spencer is also facing the prospect of season-ending surgery needed to fix a wear-and-tear ankle problem.
Jets coach could be sent to stands
Newcastle coach Gary van Egmond could be banished to the stands over his part in a melee after Sunday night's A-League game against Perth.
The Football Federation of Australia (FFA) has confirmed van Egmond had breached its national code of conduct when he confronted Glory striker Adrian Trinidad after the 2-2 draw at Members Equity Stadium.
The FFA has written to van Egmond, giving him 24 hours to explain his actions. It will decide his fate later this week.
The Jets coach was furious after Trinidad drew a penalty in the dying stages, enabling Perth to equalise, keeping both sides on 11 points at the bottom of the table.
After the game, van Egmond angrily confronted the Argentinean, which sparked a melee involving players and coaches from both sides.
If the FFA is not satisfied with van Egmond's response, he could be fined or even suspended from the sidelines, like the then Adelaide coach, John Kosmina, was twice in the 2006-07 season.
Kosmina was banished to the stands for four games for grabbing Melbourne Victory skipper Kevin Muscat by the throat during a match in 2006, and then suspended from the sidelines for five games in 2007 for abusing referee Matthew Breeze.
Perth were also disappointed an opposition coach confronted one of their players. Glory chief executive Scott Gooch wrote to the FFA, although the club did not lodge a formal complaint.
"We were disappointed that the coach vented his frustrations at one of our players and pointed the finger," Gooch said.
"He's playing a game of football with a lot of passion and I suppose from a coaching point of view if he's claiming that one of our players is showing a lack of sportsmanship he probably needs to look a little bit closer to home.
"... That sort of thing is not good for the game and it shouldn't have happened."
Trinidad's penalty - after he fell to the ground when challenged by Jets captain Jade North - came amid calls for an end to "diving" in the A-League.
It also came just weeks after Kosmina, now coaching Sydney, accused Trinidad of "milking" an incident that led to Iain Fyfe being issued a red card.
Perth midfielder Adriano Pellegrino said his teammate played within the rules, but admitted Trinidad was not one of the competition's most popular players.
"I don't think Adrian is the most liked player at the moment in the A-League," he said.
"He reacted not so well after the game.
"He was a bit upset because everyone (the Jets players and coach) was barking up at him.
"It's hard for him, he can't really speak good English and a few of the boys were having a word to him after the penalty happened."
In a season that continues to get worse for Newcastle, following Edmundo Zura's return home to Ecuador last week, the Jets also fared worse on player suspensions.
Daniel Piorkowski will miss the next two games after being issued with a red card on Sunday, but the FFA ruled the send-off against Perth captain Jamie Coyne was not warranted.
Breeze sent Coyne off for a dangerous tackle, but the Glory challenged the decision, claiming the defender cleared the ball and only made contact to his opponent afterwards.
The FFA match review panel ruled in Perth's favour, and cleared him to play in the round 12 game against Queensland, and expunged the red card from his record.
"We felt as though we had a very strong case and were thankful that the match review panel shared our view that the tackle did not warrant an infringement," Gooch said.
But the panel upheld Piorkowski's dismissal for serious foul play, and ruled him out of coming games against Wellington Phoenix and Adelaide.
Jets coach banished to A-League stands
Newcastle Jets chief executive John Tsatsimas has described Gary van Egmond's confrontation with Glory striker Adrian Trinidad as "out of character.
The A-League coach has been found guilty of bringing the game into disrepute over the incident following last Sunday's 2-2 draw.
Van Egmond was hit with a $2000 fine plus a four-match ban for storming onto the pitch after the final whistle to confront Trinidad who had earned Perth a stoppage-time penalty.
However, FFA suspended the fine and two of the matches due to van Egmond's "contrition, unreserved apology and previous exemplary record", meaning he will be banished to the sidelines for only two matches unless he reoffends before the end of the season.
Van Egmond, who earlier this season signed a three-year contract extension, has been under increasing pressure following the Jets' poor start to the season.
The defending champions sit four points adrift of the top four and are above last-placed Perth only on goal difference.
"The action at the completion of last Sunday's match against Perth was certainly out of character for Gary and is not something that we as a club condone," Tsatsimas said in a statement .
"However, we stand by Gary and his outstanding record, and strongly confirm that despite his emotions spilling over on this occasion that he has our complete and wholehearted support."
"Over the last few days there has, of course, been a myriad of issues put to us as a club surrounding Gary's actions.
"However, it is our clubs policy to leave this type of speculation for others to discuss. If others wish to speculate on issues within this game, or the game of football in general, then that is their prerogative."
The two-match ban means van Egmond will be restricted in his access to players, the field of play and media within a five hour period when his team faces Wellington Phoenix in Wellington on November 23 and Adelaide United at home on November 30.
Perth Glory skipper Jamie Coyne insisted Trinidad wasn't a 'diver' despite Sydney FC coach John Kosmina and van Egmond hitting out at the South American's on-field dramatics in the past month.
"No one likes to be criticised for something they are not doing," Coyne said.
"You look at the Adelaide striker (Cristiano) that went down a couple of weeks ago when the player didn't even get anywhere near him.
"Now that to me is diving, he's trying to totally con everyone.
"With Trini's on the weekend,00 he's been hit and he's fallen over.
"It's the South American way to play.
"If someone's going to kick you or something they're going to make the most of it.
"You might say that's them diving around, or maybe that's them being a little bit more intelligent or being a bit more switched on to a situation.
"They bring a different type of style of play . . . and that's part of the reason why fans love having them here."
Glory midfielder Nick Rizzo admitted some foreign players had to be told to curb their diving ways while playing in Australia.
"I think slowly they will adapt to the way our mentality is in Australia where simulation and things like that are not too greatly accepted," Rizzo said.
Newcastle Jets coach Gary van Egmond has been banished to the stands for two A-League matches.
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