Steve Walsh's days as Everton's inaugural director of football could be numbered amid reports his position is under review by the club.
The Times claim that the record of Walsh, who was lured away from Leicester City based on his pivotal role in their Premier League title win two seasons ago to head up Everton's recruitment and player development, is being looked at by the Blues' board after the recruitment drive over the summer left the team short in key areas despite record-breaking levels of expenditure .
The report does not specify whether Walsh's future at the club as a whole is under threat or just his specific role as director of football and head of recruitment.
Doubts have been expressed that Walsh, said to be on £1m-a-year at Finch Farm, has justified his role or salary since coming on board last year and he is not believed to be heavily involved in the current search for a managerial replacement for Ronald Koeman.
The report claims that Walsh's preferred pick was Sam Allardyce although there is fresh speculation linking former Tottenham boss Andre Villas-Boas with the Goodison post. Walsh worked at Chelsea while the Portuguese was in charge at Stamford Bridge prior to his stint at White Hart Lane.
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1 Posted 25/11/2017 at 07:37:46
Every employee should be subject to evaluation, and given his current record he is in the firing line.
Id say only Onyekuru and Vlasic have been ‘Walsh type signings; one is out on loan (forced) and the other isnt fancied by the current guvna!
2 Posted 25/11/2017 at 07:43:18
3 Posted 25/11/2017 at 07:51:25
Like most, I was happy to get the man who “discovered” Kanye, Vardy, Mahrez etc but after investigating his previous record at other clubs it turns out hes been patchy at least.
If I was Moshiri, I would get rid of all the shite at Everton starting with Kenwright, Elstone, Wood and Walsh. Build a bonfire and burn the fucking lot of them and then start afresh.
4 Posted 25/11/2017 at 07:51:55
5 Posted 25/11/2017 at 08:13:15
I also think whoever negotiated our deals got things wrong. Keane for £30m while Maguire cost £17m? £24m for Klaassen while Propper cost £10m. Siggurdsson for £45m?! Even bearing in mind the inflated market we overpaid across the board.
6 Posted 25/11/2017 at 08:13:21
I would say we can't really judge him unless we know which were ‘his' signings and which were ‘Koeman's', eg, I think Klaassen, Martina and Schneiderlin were Koeman's. Lookman, Keane, Gana, and Pickford were Walsh's. No idea about Sigurdsson
also, didn't Koeman turn his nose up at a couple of Walsh suggestions? (Belfodil not saying he'd have been the answer to our problems, but you can't blame Walsh for him not being in our squad).
The other thing to consider is the way they've been managed. I think we've got some decent players in Klaassen and Sandro, but only if they're playing in the right position in the right system. Koeman never figured that out and, so far, nor has Unsworth. Despite trying an average of 3 systems per game.
7 Posted 25/11/2017 at 08:14:24
Klassen and Sandro have absolutely stunk the place out everytime they have played neither have the strength, speed or tenacity to play in the prem having a footballing brain is simply not enough!
Walsh should get the bullet the same as koeman there is only Pickford out of all the signings since he has been here who looks the real deal! We have literally wasted £150 million!!
8 Posted 25/11/2017 at 08:16:47
Dont like to see anyone lose their job, but I think once a club appoint a DOF, then it usually doesnt take long for people to get the sack
9 Posted 25/11/2017 at 08:17:46
If it is Moshiri then his fingers have been well and truly burnt, and hopefully, as if he needed reminding, he should leave serious football decisions well alone, and definitely not involve Boy's Pen Bill.
The thing is we will probably never really know for sure, who sanctioned what and when, and in most boardroom situations, no-one ever, or rarely stands up to be counted, or admits that he or she has indeed made a mistake.
All in all, it doesn't help us much as fans, players, managers, and even Board members come and go, we are in it for the long haul.
10 Posted 25/11/2017 at 08:20:52
11 Posted 25/11/2017 at 08:21:39
I thought that the creation of this position at the club would really have helped us push on and build for success.
I don't like people losing their jobs but like a couple of posts above, I think a big clear-out is needed.
Some sort of "rot" has taken hold in the club and it needs to be chopped out quickly.
12 Posted 25/11/2017 at 08:31:32
We can't know who made the decisions on which players to bring in, although Koeman always gave the impression he ha s nothing to do with contracts and signings. But the very fact we sell one of the best strikers in the premier league the replace him with a relatively unknown striker in Ramires. Who at best is a squad player not a leading light.
I just doubt the wisdom of our knew owner in his strategies and dealings and in his overall management of Everton. This doesn't bode well for me.
13 Posted 25/11/2017 at 08:45:39
The DoF then identifies and recruits players (subject to agreement with the manager) to fit that system.
As we have no recognised system and as most of the new recruits don't seem to fit into any system we can establish short term, you can only surmise that Walsh is a complete failure in the same vein as Koeman.
Cut the disease from our club, including Walsh and most of the first team coaches too.
14 Posted 25/11/2017 at 08:48:20
But never the less, it's good that his position is under review. It bloody well should be. Along with Koeman, he is one of the big reasons we are in this mess right now.
15 Posted 25/11/2017 at 08:48:27
16 Posted 25/11/2017 at 09:00:36
The bad stink that has hung over Goodison Park for so long now, must be lifted and hopefully clear the decks tine, and start with fresh evaluation and hopefully build from strength. This period in the club will be remembered for the wrong reasons and I feel sorry for the younger fans whom have never seen EFC win a trophy at top level.
I'm not convinced it will be happening soon, but a new manager and DoF should bring a little cheer.
This Chrimbo Hopefully we will have some cheer. 2017 has been a write off for EFC.
Let's hope we can get a win tomorrow at Soton.
17 Posted 25/11/2017 at 09:01:57
As a man in charge of transfers, he was a master of disaster. Currently we have defenders who cannot defend, midfielders who cannot pass, and attackers, with the exception of Niasse, who cannot attack.
Oh, and a good goalie in Pickford, but still prone to schoolboy errors, despite natural ability.
Goodbye Mr Walsh, do not darken our doorway again.
18 Posted 25/11/2017 at 09:13:47
There's been many things not quite right at Everton in this new era. But the current failure on the pitch is the real test of their mettle. For goodness sake let's hope they appoint a good manager soon as he is the key to holding it all together.
19 Posted 25/11/2017 at 09:17:16
There is something seriously wrong at our club deep within.
20 Posted 25/11/2017 at 09:17:54
Take Baines for example... one of my favourite players. If you looked at the lad on this season alone, he wouldn't rank much higher than Martina. There is a crisis of confidence at the club.
21 Posted 25/11/2017 at 09:18:45
22 Posted 25/11/2017 at 09:22:51
23 Posted 25/11/2017 at 09:26:46
From my experience, these middle manager roles are created to avoid accountability rather than assigning it and we are better off without this role. Alternatively what do people think of bringing in my namesake Nigel Pearson as manager. He's also been credited with building the Leicester squad that Ranieri took over. He also already knows and has worked with Walsh.
24 Posted 25/11/2017 at 09:28:35
25 Posted 25/11/2017 at 09:31:13
26 Posted 25/11/2017 at 09:31:20
Koeman started moaning about him last summer, remember, these are 3 quality young scouted talents that are welcome additions, that was always meant to be his job, getting in players like that. Klaassen, Rooney and Sigurdsson didn't need any scouting or running the eye over, can we really see Steve Walsh having the last say over Ronald Koeman on these mega money signings?
I think the signings on the fringes of the squad have been very good just watching that Onyekuru video, and the goals on display there while actually being an Everton player, is enough for me to say he would be a sad loss.
27 Posted 25/11/2017 at 09:32:44
Could be that the club have been hoodwinked on this one too.
Re the transfer over spending; Koeman alluded more than once that he didn't get involved in negotiations and they were headed up by Kenwright.
28 Posted 25/11/2017 at 09:33:23
The guy's well past the age of retirement and merely paying up his contract will see him set up for life so no need for sentiment there.
The other wanker who Moshiri should dispose of his is spokesman and football advisor, Jim White, who has done neither him nor the club any favours at all.
I never thought I'd live to say it but, all-in-all, I believe Kenwright to be a safer pair of hands than the man who made him rich. That's how low we've sunk !
29 Posted 25/11/2017 at 09:46:36
It's amazing how much I have agreed with you on over the last two years. Here too as much as I hate Kenwright I'm beginning to agree that the ways of Mr Moshiri are not necessarily better.
30 Posted 25/11/2017 at 09:53:38
His record at Leicester was all about lack of expectation. His job was to recruit a side that could have a reasonable chance of not being relegated.
The aspiration of EFC is much higher than that!
31 Posted 25/11/2017 at 10:09:16
32 Posted 25/11/2017 at 10:14:26
33 Posted 25/11/2017 at 10:17:30
I've never heard the local media ask the question so I suppose we are depending on Jim White to ask Farhad.
34 Posted 25/11/2017 at 10:20:16
35 Posted 25/11/2017 at 10:26:50
If he signed them sack him.
If he didn't sign them, why do we pay him? sack him.
I've wondered for months why this snake has been slithering away from criticism. He has wasted our big shot at the league.
36 Posted 25/11/2017 at 10:26:56
37 Posted 25/11/2017 at 10:27:01
Let's not stop here now that the blood letting has commenced, let's keep going. Elstone next followed by the Worlds Greatest Evertonian.
38 Posted 25/11/2017 at 10:27:35
39 Posted 25/11/2017 at 10:32:01
40 Posted 25/11/2017 at 10:33:40
41 Posted 25/11/2017 at 10:44:13
42 Posted 25/11/2017 at 10:44:31
I agree Walsh has a lot to answer for I would like to know who were his targets and who were Koemans!
Im struggling to believe the squad is worse off after spending a load of dosh!!
Shocking recruitment!! Martinezs management of the squad was better than this regime!!
We win the lottery then blow it could only happen to us that! I only hope that Moshiri is prepared to keep on ploughing money into the squad until we get it right!!
43 Posted 25/11/2017 at 10:52:57
Time to get back to basics, appoint a manager who appoints his assistants and scouting team. Normally someone with experience of playing at a high level and contacts works!
Further, I have concerns about Moshiri along with his unhealthy relationship with Jim White, he seems to do or say what the latest football trend is or what sounds good to the media. It's clear he does not understand football. Owners like him have taken teams down through their shortsighted decisions.
Kenwright takes plenty of stick but Moshiri seems to be held less responsible for some reason. The timing of our decline and the involvement of Moshiri and Walsh suggest different.
44 Posted 25/11/2017 at 10:53:27
45 Posted 25/11/2017 at 11:00:40
Can't disagree with you at all. But you do make me smile!
If you don't like em, don't beat about the bush, just say so!
46 Posted 25/11/2017 at 11:07:06
Half decent players don't turn into crap players overnight. It's the manager(s), and a total lack of self belief and confidence.
Look at Chelsea over 2 seasons with 2 different managers. Virtually the same players but vastly different results. Added to this the club were always running a risk with so many new faces.
47 Posted 25/11/2017 at 11:15:35
Either way, he's failed. I suggested a month ago that the only thing that could have saved him was that he doesn't appear to have any clear accountabilies.
So, he may well not deserve to keep his job. And if these reports are true then I'm heartened to hear that we're shaking things up because our problems go far beyond individual players, managers or scouts.
The question is, how far do the problems go? On the face of things we look like we're rotting from the head. Stadium and debts are looking good, but every football decision since the dawn of the Moshiri era has been a disaster. Yes, worse than before. Compounded by odd releases to the media.
The big test for me is the next managerial appointment. If it's a pleasant surprise then I'll tip my hat and accept that they know what they're doing. If it's the type of appointment that could have happened a month ago then no manner of mid-management or structure changes are going to help us.
48 Posted 25/11/2017 at 11:37:27
Also, Walsh was having to work with Koeman and try and get the players he wanted and not necessarily what Walsh thought the club needed as if/when he did his ideas tended to get knocked back!
Keep Walsh in the job and we look to kick on with a new manager now and let's see some progression. We can't just stop things or change stuff at the drop of an hat Just Cos it's failed at the first hurdle.
As for AVB, if, and it's a big IF, he'd come back to England, then I'd have him all day long. Very underrated coach and Chelsea was probably too early for him and he did a decent job at Spurs before losing Bale and it went tits up but a lot of them players that are performing so well at Spurs now are who he brought in (Lloris, Vertonghen, Dembele, Eriksen...)!
49 Posted 25/11/2017 at 11:38:12
I can just imagine Kenwright thinking "Bingo, I can play with my train set while my mate Moshiri just signs the cheques and gives me loads of ackers for doing so.." I hope that this is something like what's happened; because if it isn't and Mr Moshiri is is the man who has orchestrated this balls up of an organisation, then I think we are not far from total chaos.
Whatever, the situation is, we'll soon see what action is taken to rectify this mess and I think that means sending Mr Walsh his cards as well as all the rest of the cronies.
50 Posted 25/11/2017 at 11:45:10
Koeman was rightly sacked and unless Walsh can explain his involvement in stacking up Number 10s, not replacing Lukaku and producing the most unbalanced squad I have ever seen then he must also be sacked.
No matter which way it's dissected we are in deep shit and it's down to Koeman and Walsh. I have no trust in Walsh and a growing lack of trust in Moshiri.
We need to buy 2 strikers at least 3 more to go straight into the 1st team. Can Walsh deliver that? I very much doubt it.
51 Posted 25/11/2017 at 11:49:09
What other team wanted him? Who else thought he was worth that fee?
He had his chance at Tottenham and became nothing more than a squad player.
He stood out in a very poor Swansea team, not too dissimilar to Robert Snodgrass at Hull City last year.
52 Posted 25/11/2017 at 11:56:56
The blame sits with Koeman and his politicking. He held Kenwright to ransom on getting Sigurdsson – not Walsh. He also had his way with all eggs in the Giroud basket. Walsh prepared the list of options and Koeman stated that at the end of the day he wanted Giroud and didn't want to offer too much for options 2 to 6 in the striker position.
I get the impression there was a lot of politics and power struggles and opinions flying on the key transfers. The lack of pace has to go down to Koeman – he hung out for Rooney, Sigurdsson, Klaassen, Schneiderlin and Williams.
All the younger speculative ones including Lookman, Vlasic, Sandro etc have time to come good and a new manager has to create a style and formation for key players to flourish – this is not Walsh's job.
We were all very happy with the signings we made in early Summer – then Koeman started to mess around with formations and styles and personnel. Think the culture they created did not work and that was not Walsh's fault.
I say keep Walsh and the team in place and fix the managers role.
For what it is worth, despite the 5-1, I can see signs of better work rate and fitness levels and can see spells of promise.
We have a young squad overall and with Coleman, Bolasie and McCarthy a la Arsenal version we can bring some steel back into the team.
I say keep and learn lessons.
53 Posted 25/11/2017 at 11:57:42
54 Posted 25/11/2017 at 12:04:16
55 Posted 25/11/2017 at 12:08:39
56 Posted 25/11/2017 at 12:18:39
It's him who chooses how he wants the team to play, the formations etc etc.
If things were operating how it looked like they were, with Walsh saying that he identifies players then has to convince Koeman to give the go ahead then that, to me, is a recipe for disaster.
The manager should tell whoever is responsible for player acquisition (DOF?) the players he wants and whoever is responsible should make every attempt to get those players.
Nothing wrong with the so called DOF scouting and suggesting the odd player to the manager but that, in my eyes, is as far as his role should go.
57 Posted 25/11/2017 at 12:24:56
58 Posted 25/11/2017 at 12:50:07
If Walsh did recommend Allardyce and Shakespeare, he should leave EFC right now. He does not get EFC if this is true.
59 Posted 25/11/2017 at 13:00:40
But how much money has Moshiri ploughed into the squad? The summer didn't have a large net spend when you consider the fees for the departing Lukaku, Cleverley and Deulofeu. Wages have increased a fair amount but you'd expect that to be offset with the increase in revenue taking from merchandising, tickets and, although short, Europa League.
There is a common misplaced perceptive in the media that we spent large in the summer, £140m often quoted, but they fail to show the full picture.
60 Posted 25/11/2017 at 13:07:07
61 Posted 25/11/2017 at 13:42:50
62 Posted 25/11/2017 at 14:50:44
Leicester dodged a bullet. This board also wanted to buy Sissoko for £30m
When city got their money they went out and bought the best players that they could get. They couldn't go to the really big clubs and tempt their players away so they instead sought out the best players at clubs who weren't quite sitting at the top table. Hence why Aguero, Silva etc joined
Instead of £70m on Sigurdsson and Klaassen we should've signed Icardi for £70m
We should have been looking to buy Draxler, Calanhoglu went to AC Milan, we could've had him. Even Timo Werner would have been achievable.
63 Posted 25/11/2017 at 15:17:41
64 Posted 25/11/2017 at 15:18:53
He's had a very long career of acclaimed scouting of players, which is why Chelsea took him on. Leicester made him head of recruitment and he signed Vardy, Mahrez and Kante for them. As soon as he took the Everton job his first act was to bring in Gueye. Leicester just missed out on Gueye to Villa, and signed Kanté instead. Walsh knew of Gueye's release clause and acted swiftly.
Walsh cannot be held accountable for the summer in the way some of you are. Did we hear Koeman moan once? Koeman loved a good moan. He moaned when we didn't get Schneiderlin in, and so we got him and paid over the odds. He moaned all summer long about Sigurdsson and so we paid over the odds. Did he moan about the lack of a striker? Well he did say we needed one. But he didn't say the club where not signing x, y, or z. He even claimed that we did not sign a striker when the window shut because he (koeman) thought we had better at the club than were willing to come.
In other words, he had gone down Walsh's list of targets and rejected them all. Some of you do not seem to understand the Director of Football at all. The lack of recruitment of a striker is KOEMAN'S FAULT.
Both Walsh and Koeman made it very clear that Koeman had the final word. Koeman had to authorise the transfers. Walsh gave an interview to the echo where he made his role clear and said that it was his job to convince Koeman of the players he wanted to bring in. He also said that his job was to listen to Koeman's ideas on how he wanted to play and to find players to fit into that system.
Obviously we cannot be sure about Walsh. But if it was all Walsh's fault, do you not think Moshiri would have got rid of Walsh and let Koeman sign who he wanted in January to save our season?
Walsh was only hired because Koeman insisted on a Director of Football. Moyes and Martinez used to watch every Everton team play (u16s, u18s and U21/3s) as well as personally scouting opponents and key players we wanted to sign. Koeman wanted to go home at 4.00pm, and get himself on the golf course. Where was he on Transfer Deadline Day? Was he burning the midnight oil, manning the phones? Calling everyone he knows trying to get us a striker? No, he was on holiday in Portugal playing golf.
In the international breaks, the manager works with the players left behind and carries on coaching them. Moyes and Martinez didn't know how to switch off. Not Koeman, he was the first one to the airport, golf clubs in hand.
Koeman is counting his cash and laughing at us all now, pointing the finger at Walsh.
If Walsh really is not up to the job, and his record says otherwise, then January will prove it. There's no Koeman right now. Expect Walsh to deliver on a striker and a couple more players. If we get to February and nothing, and Unsworth is still in charge, then we can call for Walsh's head.
65 Posted 25/11/2017 at 16:38:48
Koeman would have the final say but surely Walsh can't be totally exonerated from this mess.
66 Posted 25/11/2017 at 16:46:20
It is difficult to see what his position is supposed to be. He is certainly not a winger, and doesn't seem to have the correct attributes to be a striker. I personally will be surprised if he makes the grade.
67 Posted 25/11/2017 at 16:55:51
68 Posted 25/11/2017 at 18:12:58
69 Posted 25/11/2017 at 18:54:33
70 Posted 25/11/2017 at 19:59:09
Forgot to say we should appoint Monaco's head scout, Ali Bouafia!
71 Posted 25/11/2017 at 21:38:20
Walsh is on bizarre money for a man who has pissed away good money over average players. Retire him early and let him extend his holiday.
72 Posted 25/11/2017 at 21:54:09
I honestly believe that Walsh may have been a bigger mistake than Koeman alone. Both Moyes and Brown Shoes at least had opportunity to make their own beds and lie in it at least give the next guy same chance.
73 Posted 25/11/2017 at 21:54:57
We chose a novice with a good scouting potential. We need a flamboyant, experienced technical director. A position that provides continuity and is responsible for finding and if need be firing a coach.
English clubs have long resisted but with ‘managers tenure ever shortening its imperative to have model that encompasses that turnover.
If we did, a) we would succession plan, b) look professional.
The position should be at the very least be present at board meetings if not a permanent board member.
As for Walsh himself, the club have screwed him over regardless of the perceived mistakes. His role was not clear, he has no voice, rarely media facing despite the major part he plays in the set up.
As a first swing at the model, an unmitigated disaster. Time to go out and find a respected DoF, pitch the stadium and the vision, erm if we have one and let them do their work.
It will allow the chief exe. to focus on the stadium and business, the footballing side and any imput from the defacto owner, whoever that might be, to be leveraged through him.
It will stop them looking like kids with a new trainset.
Massively important we get this part corrected, neglect in this area will just get us nowhere.
74 Posted 25/11/2017 at 23:33:22
75 Posted 26/11/2017 at 06:40:18
I continue to believe that Sigurdsson will prove to be an excellent signing. Pickford already is. Vlasic may well be as well, and from what little I've seen of Onyekuru, he is hugely talented.
Schneiderlin looked like a great pickup last season, and his sudden decline is his fault alone. The jury is still out on Sandro, but that goal was pure talent. Keane I can't fairly judge because his disgrace against Atalanta was so complete that I can't even look at the bastard right now. Martina and Klaassen were almost certainly Koeman's choices. Rooney was probably Kenwright's.
Steve #64, you've been singing the same song for months, but the fact is you have no idea who's responsible for failing to sign a striker. Neither do the rest of us. We know we pursued good ones who turned us down (Giroud, Costa). We know that we passed on several who were considered too expensive, and none has done squat this season (Benteke, Dedonker, Kalinic et al). But who didn't get the job done and why is pure speculation.
I do agree with you that Walsh deserves one more transfer window to show what he can do.
76 Posted 26/11/2017 at 07:07:02
Nor is there the slightest indication that Draxler would have been interested, and Leipzig made it clear there was no way they would sell Werner to anybody specifically mentioning Everton and derail their own title challenge. Which turned out to be the correct decision, given they're second in the Bundesliga thanks to Werner's seven goals.
As for Calanhoglu, yep, he's just what we need, another #10 who can't get it done. He's been a flop at Milan, proving undeserving of their #10 previously worn by the likes of Gullit, Boban and Seedorf. If you still like him, drop Walsh a note, because his January price might be even lower than the €20 million they spent for him.
77 Posted 26/11/2017 at 09:00:29
Another #10 who can't get it done. My suggestion is that Calanhoglu would have been an achievable purchase and a better option than signing all of the #10 type players we actually did sign. (Vlasic, Sandro, Rooney, Klaassen, Sigurdsson). He may have made a struggling start to life at Milan but he will go on to have a fine career and will be one of the best #10s of his generation.
Icardi may have been achievable. The job of a scout is to identify the talent and it is to also figure out a way of getting them to the club. £70-£80m would have got Icardi and then it would be about convincing the player to join a club who finished 6th and are in European competition that you are ready to make the next step with him as the main man. Man City managed this in 2010 with David Silva. I'm sure a decent salary would have helped to convince him too.
Maybe your pessimism is shared by the senior structure within the club.
Everyone has their price and an ambitious club would recognise this and make the deals happen.
78 Posted 26/11/2017 at 09:31:31
As has been pointed out to you in the past when you've posted the same view, Drogba was no unknown quantity when Chelsea paid a club record fee of £24million for him he'd already more than made his mark not only in French football but also in both Champions League and UEFA cup and (along with Rooney) was one of the most coveted forwards around at that time.
Chelsea signed him not because Walsh had "discovered a gem" as you infer, but because they had a massive amount of money to spend.
79 Posted 26/11/2017 at 09:58:51
Feel that we need the same kind of personality and experience in the Chief Exec role, instead of the lightweight we currently have in there.
80 Posted 26/11/2017 at 10:05:59
No idea whether or not this set up would work with Dyche or Silva.
81 Posted 26/11/2017 at 12:24:19
Moyes –and to a certain extent; Martinez – were successful with player purchases, because they made the decision related to price and value.
The DoF position is redundant for Everton at this point of time. Yes, if we get to be regularly challenging for Europe and Cups, then it might make sense to appoint a DoF, not where we are now.
82 Posted 26/11/2017 at 18:15:32
He's been a fucking disaster from the start. Get rid.
83 Posted 26/11/2017 at 18:42:45
84 Posted 27/11/2017 at 13:18:18
85 Posted 27/11/2017 at 20:30:11
86 Posted 29/11/2017 at 01:34:24
If only he was that cunning in the transfer market.
87 Posted 29/11/2017 at 09:51:26
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