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Re: Conmebol and CONCACAF join to play COPA America????????
« Reply #30 on: March 11, 2011, 08:34:03 PM »
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Re: Conmebol and CONCACAF join to play COPA America????????
« Reply #31 on: March 11, 2011, 09:14:54 PM »
I suppose qualifying for that might be just as difficult as the WC or as far as TT is concerned,as difficult as the GC.

We qualify for every Hex since 2001...
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Re: Conmebol and CONCACAF join to play COPA America????????
« Reply #32 on: March 11, 2011, 11:19:02 PM »
Look, if this is implemented  it will be better for us in the long run. We will definitely have to improve to play in the Copa America. Right now we do not know what are TTFF plans for the future.

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Re: Conmebol and CONCACAF join to play COPA America????????
« Reply #33 on: March 12, 2011, 06:41:58 AM »
We ent sniffing dat tournament..

and if we reach all we going and do is make dem Latin say.....see why we never invite them before.


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Re: Conmebol and CONCACAF join to play COPA America????????
« Reply #34 on: March 12, 2011, 09:17:50 AM »
We ent sniffing dat tournament..

and if we reach all we going and do is make dem Latin say.....see why we never invite them before.

Why? because we will win it.  ;)

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Re: Conmebol and CONCACAF join to play COPA America????????
« Reply #35 on: March 12, 2011, 11:31:56 AM »
We ent sniffing dat tournament..

and if we reach all we going and do is make dem Latin say.....see why we never invite them before.

i agree whole heartedly
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Re: Conmebol and CONCACAF join to play COPA America????????
« Reply #36 on: March 12, 2011, 01:32:17 PM »
We ent sniffing dat tournament..

and if we reach all we going and do is make dem Latin say.....see why we never invite them before.

Why? because we will win it.  ;)
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Re: Conmebol and CONCACAF join to play COPA America????????
« Reply #37 on: March 12, 2011, 03:14:24 PM »
i think its a great idea, it will raise the standard of concacaf :beermug: and tt football

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Re: Conmebol and CONCACAF join to play COPA America????????
« Reply #38 on: March 13, 2011, 12:10:14 PM »
i think its a great idea, it will raise the standard of concacaf :beermug: and tt football

Could not agree more.

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Re: Conmebol and CONCACAF join to play COPA America????????
« Reply #39 on: March 13, 2011, 12:32:08 PM »
 Will this actually raise our standard of football or will it serve to show how much behind we are? If our standard right now is below Grenada when it comes to  qualifying out of all the Caribbean countries for the Gold Cup and if we cannot get up to standard to  do better in WC qualifying, how will we strive to make  gains in a  more competitive expanded zone?

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Re: Conmebol and CONCACAF join to play COPA America????????
« Reply #40 on: March 13, 2011, 12:38:29 PM »
I love it but Im wandering what took you so long by all means put your economic proposals on the table and lets get this party started right
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Re: Conmebol and CONCACAF join to play COPA America????????
« Reply #41 on: March 13, 2011, 03:21:54 PM »
Will this actually raise our standard of football or will it serve to show how much behind we are? If our standard right now is below Grenada when it comes to  qualifying out of all the Caribbean countries for the Gold Cup and if we cannot get up to standard to  do better in WC qualifying, how will we strive to make  gains in a  more competitive expanded zone?

At this moment our football is boo! Our footbal is one of peaks and valleys(we in the gutter of the valley now). When that madman get a vaps and straighten out football or leave altogether , then we will start to reach EL Tucuche!!!!!

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« Reply #42 on: April 06, 2011, 08:09:58 AM »
Japan is out of 2011 Copa America, time for us to jump on that.


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Japan withdrew from this year's Copa America on Monday, leaving the 12-nation tournament with only 11 teams just three months before it is due to start.

The president of the Japanese Football Association Junji Ogura said the most important thing was for his country to rebuild after the devastating earthquake and tsunami that struck northeast Japan on March 11.

"The priority at this moment is to continue saving lives and rebuilding the country after the earthquake and tsunami," Ogura said after meeting with officials of CONMEBOL, South American soccer's governing body.

CONMEBOL president Nicolas Leoz said he would meet with other continental leaders to discuss inviting a replacement.

CONMEBOL spokesman Nestor Benitez suggested Costa Rica or Canada as possible replacements but said nothing had been decided. "CONMEBOL will make a final decision relying on the consensus of its members," Benitez said.

U.S. Soccer Federation President Sunil Gulati said "it would be next to impossible for us to participate given player availability issues."

The Copa America will be played July 1-24 in Argentina. Both Japan and Mexico had planned to send teams largely made up of youth players to the tournament, with Mexico's top team competing in the Gold Cup - the championship of North America, Central America and the Caribbean, which will be held in June.

Leoz said Japan would be invited to play in the 2015 Copa America, which is to be hosted by Brazil. Japan also played in the 1999 Copa America.

"We are sorry to be pulling out because we recognize that we have advanced in football by being close to South American (teams)," Ogura added.

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Re: Japan is out of 2011 Copa America, time for us to jump on that.
« Reply #43 on: April 06, 2011, 08:13:02 AM »
I hear dey extend an invitation to Spain...

dat go be good! seeing as we still waiting on that Spain/Brazil clash..



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Re: Japan is out of 2011 Copa America, time for us to jump on that.
« Reply #44 on: April 06, 2011, 08:25:52 AM »
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Japan pulls out of Copa America
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Japan withdrew from this year's Copa America on Monday, leaving the 12-nation tournament with only 11 teams just three months before it is due to start.

The president of the Japanese Football Association Junji Ogura said the most important thing was for his country to rebuild after the devastating earthquake and tsunami that struck northeast Japan on March 11.

"The priority at this moment is to continue saving lives and rebuilding the country after the earthquake and tsunami," Ogura said after meeting with officials of CONMEBOL, South American soccer's governing body.

CONMEBOL president Nicolas Leoz said he would meet with other continental leaders to discuss inviting a replacement.

CONMEBOL spokesman Nestor Benitez suggested Costa Rica or Canada as possible replacements but said nothing had been decided. "CONMEBOL will make a final decision relying on the consensus of its members," Benitez said.

U.S. Soccer Federation President Sunil Gulati said "it would be next to impossible for us to participate given player availability issues."

The Copa America will be played July 1-24 in Argentina. Both Japan and Mexico had planned to send teams largely made up of youth players to the tournament, with Mexico's top team competing in the Gold Cup - the championship of North America, Central America and the Caribbean, which will be held in June.

Leoz said Japan would be invited to play in the 2015 Copa America, which is to be hosted by Brazil. Japan also played in the 1999 Copa America.

"We are sorry to be pulling out because we recognize that we have advanced in football by being close to South American (teams)," Ogura added.

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« Reply #45 on: June 29, 2011, 08:58:21 AM »
Haven't noticed a thread yet ...

Right off the top ... the Mexican Federation is to be congratulated for its handling of the suspension of the 8 players removed from the squad ... the power of the kryptonite once again ... stills of the scene show women entering the hotel at 03:41:48 and exiting at what looks like 10:10:xx

Aside from that, good on them to be fielding a U-22 squad.

Kryptonite and this tournament seem to be a given ... Chile and Peru had their share of "incidents".

I'm looking forward to seeing what Menezes and Brazil bring to the table. On the ARG side, word has it Tevez will start now. And, after the Gold Cup ... what will Costa Rica do?

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« Reply #46 on: June 29, 2011, 10:03:38 AM »
Mexico players suspended after female companions raid hotel room
By Tim Sturtridge & Alejandro Pérez
Wednesday, 29 June 2011
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A night of passion has cost eight players their place in the Mexican squad for the Copa América.

Things seemed to be going well for the Mexican under-22 team ahead of the trip to Argentina as they put Ecuador to the sword in their final warm-up match.

The situation turned sour however when the team arrived back at their hotel to find five of the players’ rooms had been raided and $15,000 worth of items stolen.

With no signs of forced entry apparent questions were asked of the staff at the Hotel Quito. After a quick examination of the previous night’s CCTV footage the full story started to unravel.

The cameras showed members of the Mexico squad ushering women into their rooms in the early hours of Saturday morning, the day of the Ecuador fixture.

The squad’s female companions appear to have pocketed keys to the rooms and returned while the team was playing. Among the objects taken were computers, phones and stereo equipment as well as cash.

The room keys were eventually recovered from a dustbin containing a pile of used condoms.

When the facts came to light the Mexican dirty two thirds of a dozen were sent home. The offending players were also fined and banned from representing their country for six months.

The most high profile player to be expelled is Barcelona’s Jonathan dos Santos who was due to link up brother Giovanni of Tottenham Hotspur in the green of Mexico.

Another of the scolded Mexicans, Israel Jimenez of Tigres, issued an apology on his Twitter account and hoped the ordeal would “serve as experience.”

In an effort to move on from the incident Mexico have already revealed the eight players who will replace those sent home. Héctor Gonzalez Iñarritu of the Mexican FA does however feel there are issues left to address.

“The fact remains that a robbery took place and we will be encourage our lawyers to recover the stolen items.”

Iñarritu’s brother Alejandro is a film director who has worked alongside Brad Pitt and Benicio del Toro in his movies Babel and 21 Grams. After this robbery and the Mexican squad’s doping scandal there will be plenty of new script ideas for the family to discuss over the dinner table
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« Reply #47 on: June 30, 2011, 07:44:19 PM »
I take it we will be able to catch all the matches on the Spanish channels? Is it on any other channels anybody know?

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« Reply #48 on: June 30, 2011, 08:18:26 PM »
I take it we will be able to catch all the matches on the Spanish channels? Is it on any other channels anybody know?

Univision has the rights so I think it's only on the Spanish channels - would be nice if someone could find a TV schedule and post it.  I've been looking... no luck yet. 
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« Reply #49 on: June 30, 2011, 08:19:41 PM »
I take it we will be able to catch all the matches on the Spanish channels? Is it on any other channels anybody know?

Univision has the rights so I think it's only on the Spanish channels - would be nice if someone could find a TV schedule and post it.  I've been looking... no luck yet. 


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« Reply #50 on: June 30, 2011, 08:31:55 PM »
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« Reply #51 on: June 30, 2011, 08:42:04 PM »
I take it we will be able to catch all the matches on the Spanish channels? Is it on any other channels anybody know?

Univision has the rights so I think it's only on the Spanish channels - would be nice if someone could find a TV schedule and post it.  I've been looking... no luck yet. 

http://futbol.univision.com/horarios-por-tv/
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« Reply #54 on: July 01, 2011, 09:32:21 AM »
 
Copa America preview

Copa comes home

July 1, 2011

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In 1910, Argentina invited Uruguay and Chile to compete in a three-team tournament called the Copa Centenario Revolucion de Mayo. The seeds were sown for a larger continental competition and in 1916 Argentina hosted what is considered to be the inaugural South American Championship of Nations.
After a name change to 'Copa America' in 1975 and the inclusion of all ten CONMEBOL nations, football's oldest continental tournament is now in its 43rd year and returns to Argentina this year with Brazil looking to lift the trophy for the third time in succession - a feat only ever achieved by Argentina themselves between 1945 and 1947.


Here, ESPNsoccernet takes a look at each of the teams as they prepare for the start of the competition on July 1.

 GROUP A
Argentina
Coach: Sergio Batista
Captain: Javier Mascherano
Copa America best: Winners (14)
It has been a long time since Argentina last lifted a major title - 18 years to be precise. Now given the chance to break their duck on home soil, La Albiceleste would become the outright leaders in Copa America history if they were to pick up the title again. With Maradona's efforts at the World Cup behind them, Batista intends to get his side to play like Barcelona to get the best out of World Player of the Year Lionel Messi and he has one of the competition's most talented squads at his disposal.
One to Watch: Sergio Aguero. With Messi hogging the limelight, Aguero may not get much of a chance to shine, however as he is currently seeking a move away from Atletico Madrid, he will be keen to impress.
Prediction: Winners.
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Bolivia
Coach: Gustavo Quinteros
Captain: Ronald Raldes
Copa America best: Winners (1)
Their ultimately unsuccessful 2010 World Cup qualifying campaign saw Bolivia dominate at home, but when outside the heights of La Paz, the team struggle. They have only advanced from the group stage twice in the past 30 years although there are hopes that Quinteros' flexible 4-2-3-1 formation will provide them with an edge when they take on Costa Rica in what will surely be the battle to avoid last place in Group A.
One to Watch: Marcelo Martins: A tireless work ethic, coupled with a good eye for goal, has endeared the Shakhtar striker to the fans and he is seen as a replacement for the recently retired Joaquin Botero.
Prediction: Group Stage
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Colombia
Coach: Hernan Dario Gomez
Captain: Mario Yepes
Copa America best: Winners (1)
While FC Porto's pair of Falcao and Freddy Guarin provide hope, Colombia are the not the force of old and did not impress in the 2007 version of the Copa, when they went out in the group stage. A 4-1-4-1 formation hints that defence will be the priority and that will limit their ability to win games, especially as they are still searching for a creative midfielder in the mould of Carlos Valderrama to help unlock an opposition backline.
One to Watch: Cristian Zapata: While Falcao takes the headlines up front, the powerful Zapata keeps things tight at the back and is reportedly close to a move to Liverpool.
Prediction: Quarter-finals
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Costa Rica
Coach: Ricardo La Volpe
Captain: Randall Brenes
Copa America best: Quarter-finals (2)
Replacing Japan at the last minute as special guests for the tournament, Costa Rica are keen to banish the memory of their disappointing Gold Cup campaign last month. The side lost to Uruguay over a two-legged play-off for the final spot at the 2010 World Cup, but have had little to shout about on the international scene and will be under pressure as they have brought what is in essentially an Under-23 team to Argentina. In need of a lift, La Volpe's skills as a man-manager will be tested to the limit.
One to Watch: Cesar Elizondo: Bryan Ruiz's absence means a lot of the focus has shifted on to the young Elizondo, who needs to improve his decision making, but provided a glimpse of his talent with a loan spell at Perez Zeledon last season.
Prediction: Group Stage
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•  GROUP B
Brazil


Coach: Mano Menezes
Captain: Lucio
Copa America best: Winners (8)
With the chance to win their fifth Copa America in six editions, Brazil are keen to tighten their stranglehold on the competition, but have never won it on Argentine soil. With defensive football proving unpopular under Dunga, Menezes promised to attack when put in charge after the World Cup but the counter-attacking style has failed to win over the fans thus far. In Neymar, they have potentially the best player in the competition, but Brazil may suffer from the enormous expectation that is (and always has been) upon them.
One to Watch: Ganso: The Santos midfielder has been likened to fellow countryman Kaka and is set to move to Italy this summer, but his price may rise with a commanding performance in the tournament if he can step out from the shadow of club team-mate Neymar.
Prediction: Finalists
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Ecuador
Coach: Reinaldo Rueda
Captain: Walter Ayoví
Copa America best: Semi-finals (1)
Impressive performances in getting to both the 2002 and 2006 World Cups have ensured Ecuador are back in the spotlight, however, their inability to get past the group stage of the Copa America in their previous four attempts proves they have a lot left to do. Rueda's 4-4-2 formation is solid, but the fans in Ecuador have labelled him the 'King of Draws' and he was booed after the friendly match with Mexico. The Venezuela match may be the key to progression for them.
One to Watch: Antonio Valencia: The only Ecuadorian to win the Premier League and play in a Champions League final, Valencia has been on top of his game since returning from a bad leg break against Rangers and will be key down the wings with his pace and trickery.
Prediction: Quarter-finals
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Paraguay
Coach: Gerardo Martino
Captain: Justo Villar
Copa America best: Winners (2)
A nation on the rise after an impressive showing at the 2010 World Cup finals, it has still been 20 years since they featured in the semi-finals of the Copa America. Coach Martino will leave his role after the competition, but will detail his players with bringing a high-tempo, aggressive game to their opponents, while the generation of players nearing the end of their international careers are motivated by the prospect of building on their recent successes in Argentina.
One to Watch: Roque Santa Cruz: The striker, who has not impressed either at Man City or on loan at Blackburn of late, still finds himself in a central role for his country and he is just one short of Paraguay's all-time leading scorer Jose Cardozo.
Prediction: Quarter-finals
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Venezuela
Coach: Cesar Farias
Captain: Juan Arango
Copa America best: Quarter-finals (2)
The side have only ever won two games at the Copa America, but there has been a recent upturn in their fortunes on the continent as they were within touching distance of the World Cup after a decent qualifying campaign. No longer the whipping boys, Venezuela have something to prove and on the back of Farías' combination of open passing and tireless work ethic - with Borussia Mönchengladbach's Arango as the creative hub - there is a lot of optimism in the country that the young squad could impress.
One to Watch: Yohandry Orozco: The Wolfsburg midfielder was one of the best players at the South American Under-20 Championships earlier this year and is a born leader who looks comfortable in the spotlight; more is expected from him.
Prediction: Group Stage
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•  GROUP C
Chile

GettyImagesChile's Alexis Sanchez is attracting attention.
Coach: Claudio Borghi
Captain: Claudio Bravo
Copa America best: Finalists (4)
Despite Marcelo Bielsa's resignation, Chile's fortunes are on the up after a World Cup campaign that saw them win over a lot of neutral supporters. Playing attractive, attacking football with the pace and skills of Alexis Sanchez and Matias Fernandez on show in a high-tempo approach, Borghi could bring something different with a 3-4-1-2 or 3-5-2. He will also have to do something about the defensive issues surrounding the side if they are to repeat their successes in South Africa.
One to Watch: Alexis Sanchez: The man at the centre of a bidding war between Europe's elite clubs must justify the enormous price tag placed upon him, but with pace, dribbling skills and a good finishing touch, he may well do so.
Prediction: Semi-finals.
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Mexico
Coach: Jose Manuel de la Torre
Captain: Giovani dos Santos
Copa America best: Finalists (2)
Much like their Gold Cup campaign was disrupted after five players were sent home for failing drugs tests, Mexico's Copa could not have started worse as eight players were withdrawn from the squad after an alleged sex scandal three days before the competition started. The Mexican fans can take heart that their side overcame the odds to beat the USA in the Gold Cup final, but without some of their big named stars such as Javier Hernandez and Rafael Marquez, De la Torre's side could struggle.
One to Watch: Giovani dos Santos. With the rest of his senior team-mates suspended, the Tottenham winger will take centre-stage in the Copa after a starring role in the Gold Cup; perhaps to earn himself a move elsewhere.
Prediction: Quarter-finals.
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Peru
Coach: Sergio Markarian
Captain: Walter Vilchez
Copa America best: Winners (2)
The worst team on the continent in 2010 World Cup qualifying, Peru's fall has not been graceful as a host of internal problems have provided the side with an unwelcome distraction from their on-pitch focus. To make matters worse ahead of their Copa campaign, injuries have robbed the squad of key strike duo captain Claudio Pizarro and Jefferson Farfan. New coach Markarian has made them hard to beat - as they have conceded just three goals in the nine games of his reign - but there are still some demons to lay to rest.
One to Watch: Paolo Guerrero: With some of the star players watching from the stands, Guerrero must step into the breach and, after a six-match ban in 2008, he has a lot to prove.
Prediction: Group Stage.
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Uruguay
Coach: Oscar Tabarez
Captain: Diego Lugano
Copa America best: Winners (14)
Four years ago in the opening game of the last Copa America, Uruguay lost 3-0 to Peru, although they regrouped to make it to the semi-finals. After sealing their progress to the 2010 World Cup via a play-off, Tabárez's underdogs went on to become one of the most memorable teams in South Africa as they went all the way to the last four - albeit with the help of Luis Suarez's hand against Ghana. They have not won the Copa since 1995 but, with players like Diego Forlan, Luis Suarez and Diego Godin, are now in a position to challenge at the very top again and bring back memories of a time when they were champions in six of the first nine editions.
One to Watch: Edison Cavani: Valued by his club, Napoli, at €100 million, the striker is one of the Europe's most in-form players. Tall and strong, he has a commanding presence and defenders will need to pay him a lot of respect.
Prediction: Semi-finals.
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« Reply #55 on: July 01, 2011, 02:49:34 PM »
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« Reply #56 on: July 01, 2011, 04:05:49 PM »
How come they eh mention Vargas from Peru, he plays for Fiorentina, that man have a sick left foot and is one of the best left sided midfielders out of South America.
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« Reply #57 on: July 01, 2011, 04:58:08 PM »
Wonder how it will play out if Brazil cut Argentina's arse in the finals? Ah would luv it!

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« Reply #58 on: July 01, 2011, 05:04:04 PM »
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« Reply #59 on: July 01, 2011, 05:28:04 PM »
Brazil all the way.  Looking forward to see how Ganso and Neymar handle competitive games for Brazil.  I think Argentina is the team to beat and Colombia is a dark hose. Uruguay is a serious contender as well.

 

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