Arizona Cardinals Jersey Shop Thu, 22 Sep 2022 05:27:09 +0000 en-US hourly 1 Arizona Cardinals Jersey Shop 32 32 Bayern Munich in crisis, 4 Bundesliga games without a win Thu, 22 Sep 2022 05:06:33 +0000 Munich’s Oktoberfest is in full swing, but Germany’s most successful football club isn’t in the mood to party.

Bayern Munich are in crisis after four consecutive Bundesliga games without a win.

Doubt, uncertainty, disbelief – and anger. They have all been evident at the club since Bavarian rivals Augsburg beat Julian Nagelsmann’s star side 1-0 on Saturday.

There was low-key enthusiasm from the team and officials as they donned their traditional Bavarian outfits to visit Oktoberfest on Sunday – smiles for the cameras, but little joy.

The 10-time defending champions had started the season with flying colors, scoring 15 goals and conceding just one in their opening three games for the best start a team has ever had in the Bundesliga.

Then it stopped.

Bayern’s head coach Julian Nageslmann gestures during the German Bundesliga soccer match between FC Augsburg and FC Bayern Munich in Augsburg, Germany, Saturday, September 17, 2022. (Tom Weller/dpa via AP )

Bayern have not won since – being held to three straight draws by Borussia Mönchengladbach, Union Berlin and Stuttgart – before Saturday’s clash also ended Bayern’s goalscoring record of 87 consecutive games. Leipzig were the last team to hold Bayern scoreless in the Bundesliga on February 9, 2020.

“In the first three, four or five weeks we didn’t give our opponents a chance,” said Bayern midfielder Marcel Sabitzer, “but suddenly everything was gone.” It’s not the first time Bayern have been hungover ahead of the annual Oktoberfest celebrations. Niko Kovac’s side lost ahead of festival visits in 2018 and 2019, while Carlo Ancelotti was let go shortly after the team’s visit in 2017. Pep Guardiola was the last Bayern manager to oversee a victory just before Oktoberfest in 2015.

The event did not take place last year or the year before due to the unpredictable development of infections and restrictions related to COVID-19.

Nagelsmann, who was expected to lead Bayern to more than “only” the Bundesliga in his second season in charge, looks bewildered, struggling for answers amid his team’s crisis.

“I have to think about everything, myself, the situation, everything,” a visibly irritated Nagelsmann said in the post-match press conference on Saturday.

Nagelsmann bristled when asked if the team was missing Robert Lewandowski, who moved to Barcelona in the offseason and continued his goalscoring career in Spain.

Munich’s Leroy Sane, left, and Jeffrey Gouweleeuw of Augsburg, right, challenge for the ball during the German Bundesliga soccer match between FC Augsburg and FC Bayern Munich in Augsburg, Germany on Saturday, September 17, 2022 (Tom Weller/dpa via AP)

“That’s what I’m saying anyway,” Nagelsmann said.

“If I say no” then everyone will say they don’t know the problem, “and if I say yes” you all write that he misses Lewandowski. The answer doesn’t matter. But it’s clear that Bayern are struggling to convert chances. The side managed 19 goals against Augsburg – including two from Bayern goalkeeper Manuel Neuer – but it was ultimately Neuer’s counterpart Rafal Gikiewicz who celebrated several outstanding saves.

Bayern veteran Thomas Müller said he was “angry” after the third draw. After the fourth game without a win, he said, “We are stunned and devastated here. It matches the weather, it’s getting darker and darker. Sadio Mané is criticized for the first time since arriving from Liverpool. The Senegalese star scored three goals in his first three Bundesliga appearances, but none since.

There has also been speculation over Nagelsmann’s future, with some linking former Borussia Dortmund manager Thomas Tuchel to the club. Tuchel is available after being dismissed by Chelsea earlier this month.

But Bayern CEO Oliver Kahn and club chairman Herbert Hainer said they supported Nagelsmann and weren’t even thinking of a change.

“We are completely convinced by Julian Nagelsmann and our entire team,” Hainer told local newspapers Münchner Merkur and TZ. “The season has just started and we know we have the potential to achieve our big goals.” While Bayern are struggling in the Bundesliga, the team’s Champions League campaign is off to a good start after wins at Inter Milan and at home to Barcelona.

Inter defender Robin Gosens is surprised by Bayern’s domestic problems.

“When we played against Bayern, we all sat in the locker room after the game and thought: Wow, what intensity they have in their game,” Gosens said on Monday after joining the rest of the German squad. for the next internationals.

“It is already the absolute highest level in Europe and in the world. They took us by surprise, passed us and showed twice as much intensity as us. There were warning signs in Bayern’s 2-0 win over Barcelona last week, however, when the visitors created more chances and were only caught by quick goals after the break.

Then came the first defeat of the season at modest Augsburg.

The international break gives Bayern players and officials time to reflect on the situation. The next match, against Bayer Leverkusen in the Bundesliga on September 30, will show whether it was beneficial or not.

UCO Women’s Track, Cross Country Lawsuit for Title IX Violations Wed, 21 Sep 2022 03:06:00 +0000 Athletes on the University of Central Oklahoma women’s track and cross country team have filed a lawsuit for alleged Title IX violations. The lawsuit alleges that team athletes are not treated as well as male student-athletes. Some female athletes said they don’t have the same facilities and benefits as male sports. The lawsuit was filed on behalf of athletes from the women’s cross country and track and field teams. Lawyers representing them said they filed suit against the UCO for “treating its female student-athletes significantly worse than male athletes – and retaliating against them for seeking equal treatment”. competitive facility and they are required to practice at a local college. Other allegations in the court documents state: “Female student-athletes have inferior transportation options than male student-athletes, including not having access to the same charter bus services. Another alleges that the The UCO women’s cross country team was scheduled to host a single home meet last year, but it had to be canceled because the university was unable to find a site for the home meet.” One of the attorneys is based in Oakland, Calif., and told KOCO 5, “For example, there are no men on men’s teams who don’t get the gear they need to compete. UCO does not give women the basics, adequate uniforms, adequate facilities comment and we were told that the university has not received a Title IX lawsuit on this issue.

Athletes on the University of Central Oklahoma women’s track and cross country team have filed a lawsuit for alleged Title IX violations.

The lawsuit alleges that team athletes are not treated as well as male student-athletes. Some female athletes said they don’t have the same facilities and benefits as male sports.

The lawsuit was filed on behalf of athletes from the women’s cross country and track and field teams. Lawyers representing them said they filed suit against UCO for “treating its female student-athletes far worse than male athletes – and retaliating against them for seeking equal treatment”.

The lawsuit says the women’s cross country and track and field teams have no locker rooms, no competition facilities, and are forced to train at a local college.

Other allegations in the court documents state: “Female student-athletes have inferior transportation options than male student-athletes, including not having access to the same charter bus services. Another alleges that the The UCO women’s cross country team was supposed to host a single home meet last year, but it had to be canceled because the university couldn’t find a site for the home meet.”

One of the attorneys is based in Oakland, Calif., and told KOCO 5, “For example, the pole vaulters haven’t been given pole vaults! There are no men on the men’s teams who don’t doesn’t get the equipment he needs to compete. UCO doesn’t give women the basics, proper uniforms, proper facilities.”

KOCO 5 contacted UCO for comment and we were told that the university had not been sued under Title IX on this matter.

Sports News Roundup: NFL-Bills Jackson cornerback evaluated for neck injury; Cricket-New Zealand’s Allen says not fighting to dislodge Guptill and more Tue, 20 Sep 2022 04:59:31 +0000

Here is a summary of current sports news briefs.

NFL-Bills Jackson cornerback assessed for neck injury

Buffalo cornerback Dane Jackson is being assessed for a neck injury but has full movement in his extremities, the Bills said, after leaving the field in an ambulance following a hit during the game Monday against the Tennessee Titans. Jackson was making a tackle on a Titans player just before halftime when teammate Tremaine Edmunds dived, inadvertently causing a helmet-to-helmet collision that knocked Jackson’s head off.

Cricket-New Zealand’s Allen says not fighting to dislodge Guptill

Power hitter Finn Allen could be Martin Guptill’s natural successor in New Zealand cricket, but the top young batsman says he’s in no rush to unseat his veteran team-mate ahead of the T20 World Cup. Both were named in the New Zealand squad on Tuesday for October 16-November. 13 tournament in Australia where the Black Caps hope to do better after making last year’s final in the United Arab Emirates.

MLB roundup: Mets seal playoff offer behind Max Scherzer

Max Scherzer earned his 200th career victory by pitching six perfect innings on Monday as the visiting New York Mets clinched a playoff berth by beating the Milwaukee Brewers 7-2. Pete Alonso hit a monstrous three-run homer in the fourth inning to spark the fifth straight victory for the Mets, who remained one game ahead of the second-placed Atlanta Braves in the National League East. The Brewers have lost 2½ games behind the inactive Philadelphia Phillies in the race for the third and final wildcard spot in the NL.

NFL-49ers QB Lance has had ankle surgery, full recovery expected

San Francisco 49ers quarterback Trey Lance says he has undergone successful surgery to treat the right ankle injury he suffered in Sunday’s game and is expected to make a full recovery . “I really appreciate all the messages and prayers,” Lance posted on Twitter Monday alongside a photo of himself smiling in a hospital bed and his right leg in a cast.

Cricket-Black Caps modify 2021 squad for T20 World Cup

New Zealand have named a largely settled 15-man squad for the Twenty20 World Cup in Australia with Finn Allen and Michael Bracewell the only players not in the squad that made the final in 2021. Martin Guptill will play in his seventh T20 World Cup and Devon Conway will retain wickets in addition to his batting duties at the tournament, which begins for the Black Caps with a replay of last year’s final against Australia in Sydney on October 22.

Golf-No LIV Players But Rebel Tour Should Dominate Presidents Cup

Saudi Arabia has never been part of the Presidents Cup, which pits the best golfers in the United States against the best in the rest of the world every two years, excluding Europe.

But this week at Quail Hollow Club in Charlotte, the Saudi-backed LIV Golf Tour will be in the thick of the action, as the feud between it and the PGA Tour continues to escalate, affecting both teams.

Soccer-Tielemans doesn’t regret staying at struggling Leicester

Youri Tielemans has said he has no regrets staying at Leicester City amid interest from other Premier League clubs during the closed season and is confident the international break will allow his side to recharge after a poor start to the campaign. Leicester are bottom of the league having won just one point in seven matches so far. They have lost six games in a row since drawing with Brentford in their first league game.

Doping – WADA still monitoring Russia before ban expires – Banka

The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) is still monitoring testing operations in Russia ahead of the decision to re-enter the country, despite complications caused by the war in Ukraine, President Witold Banka said on Tuesday. The current two-year ban from international sport imposed by WADA on Russia for widespread, state-sponsored violations of anti-doping regulations expires at the end of the year.

Cricket-Australia’s Finch wants to pursue ‘exciting’ T20 journey

Australian Aaron Finch finds Twenty20 cricket “exciting” and has no plans to quit the format anytime soon, the 35-year-old said ahead of their three-game series against India on Monday. Australia’s white ball captain Finch dropped out of one-day cricket after the home series against New Zealand earlier this month following a prolonged drought in that format.

Football-Barcelona expects 274 million euros in profit this season

Barcelona said they recorded a profit of 98 million euros ($98.27 million) for the 2021-22 financial year and expect a profit of 274 million euros for this season. Barcelona ranks second on Forbes’ list of football team valuations with a current value of $5 billion, behind rivals Real Madrid, who are valued at $5.1 billion.

(With agency contributions.)

FIFA rules out Nigeria striker for failing doping test Sat, 17 Sep 2022 19:15:00 +0000

FIFA bans Nigerian striker for failing doping test

FIFA has imposed a four-year global ban on Nigerian youth international Orji Okonkwo.

The player was found guilty of breaching anti-doping rules and is now banned from all football-related activity.

Okonkwo was heavily criticized after a doping violation discovered by Italy’s National Anti-Doping Tribunal.

FIFA Disciplinary Committee Chairman Jorge Ivan Palacio has already communicated the decision to ban the player to the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF).

A FIFA statement on Okonkwo’s FIFA ban said: “As a result, the Committee has decided to extend the sanction imposed on the player by the Italian NADO on June 20, 2022.

“Specifically, the player is sanctioned with a four (4) year suspension from all football-related activities as per the ruling.”

The four-year ban is in effect from February 25, 2022 to February 24, 2026.

Okonkwo was a member of the winning FIFA U17 squad with the Golden Eaglets in 2015.

The 24-year-old striker played for Italian clubs Reggina, Bologna and Brescia.

He also had a brief stint in MLS with the Montreal Impact.

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BRATTLEBORO – The Brattleboro boys’ track team racked up 51 points to win the 1959 state championship on Stolte Field.

With racing star Art Freeman graduating the previous year and Lyndon having been Vermont’s dominant team, this one was unexpected.

“It was a surprise for everyone, even for us,” said Frank Barrett, co-captain of the team with Joe Jacques. “We all worked hard that season.”

It was the school‘s first track title since 1942.

Brattleboro won two individual events at the competition, with Bry Jones winning the pole vault and Marshall Wheelock winning gold in the discus. Finalist Bob Johnson ran a 4:36 mile to break the school record.

“The ball has always been the day before the state championship game,” Barrett said Sunday at his home in North Carolina. “I went there that year and then I didn’t do well in the quarter-mile run.”

He led the Colonels with 11 points overall, including silver in the 220, bronze in the 100 and fourth in the 440. Jacques contributed with second places in the 100 and 440.

“Coach Frank Kenison had a great way of explaining things to us,” Barrett recalled. “I’ll never forget him sitting on a stool and saying, ‘I don’t know if smoking will hurt you, but I know it’s not helping you.'”

Truck veteran Majeski wins at Bristol; Kligerman finishes 3rd | Sports News Fri, 16 Sep 2022 04:05:00 +0000


BRISTOL, Tenn. – A short track veteran mastered one of the toughest short tracks in the country late Thursday night.

With a late-race charge, Wisconsin’s Ty Majeski earned his first career NASCAR Truck Series win in the UNOH 200 at Bristol Motor Speedway.

Rounding out the top five are Zane Smith, Parker Kligerman, Grant Finallyger and Matt Crafton.

After a caution with 20 laps to go, 28-year-old Majeski took the win.

Kligerman started from 28th place in the No. 75 Henderson Motorsports Food Country USA Toyota. The historic Henderson team store in Abingdon is located less than 45 minutes from BMS.

Kligerman was in 16th position on lap 72. He qualified 11th after 100 laps and finished second with 75 laps to go.

Derek Kraus took his fourth career pole with a lap of 15.276 seconds at 125.609 mph. Chandler Smith, 20, joined Kraus in the top spot after running 15.279.

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Last September at BMS, Chandler Smith created one of the biggest upsets of the 2021 Truck season by edging out NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Champion Sheldon Creed.

On Thursday, Kraus held the lead until lap 28 with Chandler Smith jumping out front. At the end of the first stage, Chandler Smith is ahead of Stewart Friesen and Kraus. Smith and Friesen retained the top two spots after stage two.

The initial warning came on lap 38 when Josh Reaume’s truck spun around the corner and Rajah Caruth couldn’t pass. Reaume was taken to a local hospital for evaluation.

Thursday’s practice session presented additional drama and anxiety for two series title contenders. Zane Smith was forced to take his truck into the pits due to mechanical issues, while John Hunter Nemechek skipped qualifying after his truck hit the wall.

Thursday was the last Truck Series event for popular third-generation competitor Jesse Little of Sherrills Ford, North Carolina. The 25-year-old son of former Cup driver Chad Little said his goodbyes via social media earlier this week.

Jesse Little, who has competed for various Truck and Xfinity teams since 2014, is expected to follow his father’s path and work for NASCAR.

Alum Steps Into Dream Job Coaching Cross Country, Track & Field – Jagwire Thu, 15 Sep 2022 13:00:00 +0000

Jacob Burgamy’s return to Augusta University marks a dream come true for him.

In late August, Burgamy was hired to lead the men’s and women’s cross country and track and field programs, succeeding longtime coach Adam Ward, who will lead the programs at the University of Maine. Burgamy raced for AU in the program’s best ever year of 2019, and his return is a homecoming that was meant to be.

“Going back to AU was a perfect situation for me because I knew all the ins and outs of the program,” said Burgamy, who was part of Augusta’s ninth-place finish at the NCAA Nationals – a ranking tied for the best finish of any Peach Belt conference team in history.

“I know everything that a foreigner wouldn’t know, like the specific training and training schedules of the riders here. It made the transition easier, so if I could choose a school in the United States that I wanted to coach at, I would choose here.

Taking over at AU is bittersweet for Burgamy given how much he looked up to and admired Ward. But he said his racing experience for Ward helped prepare him for his role in the future.

“He was a huge mentor to me. I talked to him for hours about training. I had great mentors, but he had the biggest impact on me,” Burgamy said. “I know how he’s done things in the past and how he would have done things now, so it’s ideal for me to step in for him and carry the tradition forward.”

At Augusta University, Burgamy earned a master’s degree in kinesiology from the College of Education and Human Development with a minor in athletic coaching, but since he was in college, he’s always had his sights set on becoming a coach. .

“College-level coaching has always been the goal, especially since I was in eighth grade,” he said. “I started coaching as a rookie in high school, and that gave me experience as a coach and a teacher. That experience when I was young actually helped me to individualize myself at the working as part of a team and multi-tasking, which helped me along the way.

His high school coaching experience proved fruitful as he led Brentwood School, an independent school in Sandersville, Georgia, to multiple state-record performances last season. He hopes to continue the success Ward has had with the program.

“In the 2019 season, we had the best result in the history of the program, and the men’s team was vocal about leaving this year as the best team in the history of the program. I think Looking at the roster, they definitely have a chance to be better than us, and I hope they do.

Long term, Burgamy said getting this year’s men’s team to a podium finish is something he is working towards.

“Apart from a few guys, our team is very young, so beyond this year we want to consider getting on the podium,” he said. “If we can move forward and do better than the 2019 team this year with our young roster, it would be a big step towards becoming a team that can claim the podium (top 4) in the national championship.”

He is also working to write the history of the school with the women’s team.

“They have an outside chance to win the conference, which hasn’t happened in school history,” he said. “Our biggest goal this year is for the women’s team to win a conference title for the first time ever, which could be huge for us.”

In addition to coaching, Burgamy also runs 478 Athletics, a commercial gym and training company, where he is a running coach. He notes that the intensity of a student-athlete often depends on how far along they are in their career.

“There’s a difference between middle and high school kids who are just there to be there and college athletes who take it seriously,” he said. “All of our team members this year want to contribute to something big at the team level. There may be kids who decide the amount of training is too much for them, but those who are ready to work run pretty well.

Through his company, Burgamy has gained experience in training top runners.

“It definitely helped me become a better coach,” he said. “I coached a runner who is now a pro which gave me some experience to hone my craft. Coaching in high school teaches you how to develop young kids, but coaching through 478 really helps me on the side development and the professional side of coaching.


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Bangladesh squad for the ICC T20 World Cup Wed, 14 Sep 2022 12:56:29 +0000 Bangladesh have revealed their squad for the 2022 ICC Men’s T20 World Cup in Australia. Former skipper Mahmud Ullah has been ousted from Bangladesh’s squad for the 2022 T20 World Cup.

Shakib Al Hasan will lead the team and Bangladesh have made some changes in the squad as they had a terrible exit in the Asian Cup.

Players like Parvez Hossain Emon, Anamul Haque, Mahedi Hasan and Mohammad Naim who played in the Asian Cup squad will not go to Australia. The Tigers will miss their mid-tier hitter Mushfiqur Rahim, who retired from the format right after the Asian Cup.

Bangladesh included Litton Das, Yasir Ali, Nurul Hasan, Hasan Mahmud and Najmul Hossain Shanto, in the final 15. Soumya Sarkar and Shoriful Islam are on the waiting list along with Rishad Hossain and Shak Mahedi Hasan.

Crew: Shakib Al Hasan (captain), Sabbir Rahman, Mehidy Hasan Miraz, Afif Hossain, Mossadek Hossain, Litton Das, Yasir Ali, Nurul Hasan, Mustafizur Rahman, Saifuddin, Taskin Ahmed, Ebadot Hossain, Hasan Mahmud, Najmul Hossain, Nasum Ahmed.

Be ready: Soumya Sarkar, Shoriful Islam, Rishad Hossain, Shak Mahedi Hasan.

Shakira’s New Song With Rapper Ozune Reportedly Gerard Pique Track Diss Could Seriously Damage Ace Footballer’s $55 Million Fortune Tue, 13 Sep 2022 19:59:49 +0000

After announcing a few weeks ago that they were breaking up after 12 years together, Gerard Pique and Shakira Isabel made headlines and talked a lot about it. The FC Barcelona defender accused of cheating on Shakira Isabel with another woman was caught listening to Shakira Isabel’s song in his car as he left a training session in Barcelona.

The video of Gerard Pique listening to his ex-girlfriend’s ‘Inevitable’ has gone viral on the internet just minutes after a fan posted it on Gerard Pique’s social media account. The song was written by the woman who was dating Gerard Pique when the fan took the video, Gerard Pique left a training session and listened to Shakira’s song in his car.

Gerard Pique and Shakira Isabel have decided to split after 12 years

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Amid her long spat with her ex-boyfriend Gerard Pique over custody of their children, Shakira is now working on a new song.

Hitmaker Waka Waka is collaborating with fellow artist Ozuna on creating a music video for a song they just recorded in Manresa, Spain.

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Gerard Pique and Shakira Isabel have confirmed the news of their split.

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However, her devoted followers have been eagerly awaiting the song’s release in the vain expectation that the Colombian singer will reference her recent heartbreaking split with the Barcelona footballer.

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A Spanish journalist named Jordi Martin made a similar implication on his social media account, suggesting the artist would throw shade at his ex in his next song. On Instagram, the reporter asked, “Do you want to hear the name of the new song that Shakira and Ozuna collaborated on? I already own it and I’m aware of it. What a good omen for Gerard Pique.

It will happen. Next week we will give it its first broadcast in our show “El Gordo y La Flaca”. The highly anticipated clip was shot in a grocery store on Saturday and lasted until the early morning hours of the following day.

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Shakira Isabel’s boyfriend was caught cheating on her.

A publication claims that the only thing known about the upcoming collaboration between Shakira Isabel and Ozuna is that it would have an urban style. Shakira Isabel was the subject of a tweet from the Puerto Rican rapper and singer, who referred to her saying: “You are so beautiful, Shakira.”

“Ozuna! In a touching tribute to the rapper himself, Shakira congratulated him on Twitter, saying: “You are a champion for the way you kept filming for so many hours straight.” Glad to collaborate with you.

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It comes after Shakira ended her relationship with Gerard Pique, with whom she had been together for a decade and with whom she shares two sons, Sasha and Milan.

Gerard Pique and Shakira Isabel’ have been fighting over custody of their children since they ended their relationship. Shakira wants to go to Miami with their kids, however, Gerard Pique is adamant that they should stay at Barcelona.

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Bassey in Ajax squad for Liverpool clash Mon, 12 Sep 2022 20:34:37 +0000

Bassey in Ajax squad for Liverpool clash

Calvin Bassey is in contention for a place in Ajax Amsterdam’s squad for their Champions League game against Liverpool at Anfield on Tuesday.

Bassey suffered a calf injury in the weekend’s Eredivisie clash with Heerenveen and was substituted with six minutes to play.

There were concerns over his fitness ahead of the trip to Anfield but the defender has rid himself of the injury and has now been included in the squad to face Liverpool.

He was named in the club’s 24-man squad for the game and is now in contention to start the game.

Bassey appeared in Europe’s elite football competition for the first time last week against Glasgow Rangers.

He completed 90 minutes and assisted one of the goals as the Dutch champions beat his former club 4-0 at the Johan Cruyff Arena.

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