Robinson penalty stop crucial says boss Bowyer

This Is Lancashire: Robinson penalty stop crucial says boss Bowyer Robinson penalty stop crucial says boss Bowyer

THRILLED Gary Bowyer identified Paul Robinson’s penalty save as the key moment of Blackburn Rovers’ vital 3-1 victory at Charlton Athletic on Saturday.

The in-form Ewood Park outfit opened the scoring through red-hot Rudy Gestede’s seventh goal in seven starts but they would have been pegged back before the break had Robinson not denied Marvin Sordell from the spot.

Sordell atoned for his error in the second half, with a goal that disappointed Bowyer, but strikes from fit-again duo Michael Keane and Tom Cairney ensured Rovers recorded an impressive success.

The victory means they will have a mathematical chance of snatching sixth spot if they win their final game of the season at home to Wigan on Saturday.

“Robbo pulled off a magnificent save,” said Rovers boss Bowyer, who felt his side were denied a ‘nailed-on’ penalty in the first half when Jordan Rhodes was pole-axed by the Charlton goalkeeper.

“It was a big moment as to go in still leading at half-time was important. Then we came out second half and did ever so well.

“The performance level again was exceptional from the players.

“The football we played on a difficult pitch was very good and we mixed the game up superbly.

“Going into the game we said we wanted to make sure we had no regrets at the end of the 90 minutes and we’ve certainly done that and given ourselves something to play for against Wigan.”

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9:31am Mon 28 Apr 14

forever blue and white says...

Anyone else a Birmingham fan for one night only tomorrow night?
Anyone else a Birmingham fan for one night only tomorrow night? forever blue and white
  • Score: 23

9:36am Mon 28 Apr 14

Frisson says...

forever blue and white wrote:
Anyone else a Birmingham fan for one night only tomorrow night?
Very much so. They are fighting for survival so lets hope they dont let Wigan turn them over
[quote][p][bold]forever blue and white[/bold] wrote: Anyone else a Birmingham fan for one night only tomorrow night?[/p][/quote]Very much so. They are fighting for survival so lets hope they dont let Wigan turn them over Frisson
  • Score: 17

9:36am Mon 28 Apr 14

forever blue and white says...

Not sure about Bowyers comment "the performance level again was exceptional". It certainly wasn't exceptional against Yeovil and the last 10 mins against Sheffield Wed. If it had been exceptional we would be in the play offs and not reliant on other teams. Birmingham tomorrow night and then Forest on Saturday. Fingers crossed we get a chance on Saturday to do the improbable. Let's hope we play with an attacking team and not sit back when we go one up. Ha ha.
Not sure about Bowyers comment "the performance level again was exceptional". It certainly wasn't exceptional against Yeovil and the last 10 mins against Sheffield Wed. If it had been exceptional we would be in the play offs and not reliant on other teams. Birmingham tomorrow night and then Forest on Saturday. Fingers crossed we get a chance on Saturday to do the improbable. Let's hope we play with an attacking team and not sit back when we go one up. Ha ha. forever blue and white
  • Score: -2

10:27am Mon 28 Apr 14

owd nick says...

forever blue and white wrote:
Not sure about Bowyers comment "the performance level again was exceptional". It certainly wasn't exceptional against Yeovil and the last 10 mins against Sheffield Wed. If it had been exceptional we would be in the play offs and not reliant on other teams. Birmingham tomorrow night and then Forest on Saturday. Fingers crossed we get a chance on Saturday to do the improbable. Let's hope we play with an attacking team and not sit back when we go one up. Ha ha.
I basically agree but looking at the shambles that he inherited when he took over he's done a pretty good job all told. For us to be going into the last match of the season with even a remote chance of reaching the playoffs is an exceptional achievement.

And as he says in the LT this morning he feels we are on now the right track but we still have a long way to go.

Yeovil I suspect was a very expensive aberration, probably the worst display I have ever seen from a Rovers team in years, but that happens and I feel that next season we will be all the better for it.

I am working on the principle of Birmingham eventually have to win a game at home this season, so it might just be against Wigan who look like they have blown up completely in recent weeks.

And if that does happen Saturday is going to be extremely interesting for the three teams involved, out of the three Rovers are the form team, just like Palace last season who came from nowhere to steal promotion.
[quote][p][bold]forever blue and white[/bold] wrote: Not sure about Bowyers comment "the performance level again was exceptional". It certainly wasn't exceptional against Yeovil and the last 10 mins against Sheffield Wed. If it had been exceptional we would be in the play offs and not reliant on other teams. Birmingham tomorrow night and then Forest on Saturday. Fingers crossed we get a chance on Saturday to do the improbable. Let's hope we play with an attacking team and not sit back when we go one up. Ha ha.[/p][/quote]I basically agree but looking at the shambles that he inherited when he took over he's done a pretty good job all told. For us to be going into the last match of the season with even a remote chance of reaching the playoffs is an exceptional achievement. And as he says in the LT this morning he feels we are on now the right track but we still have a long way to go. Yeovil I suspect was a very expensive aberration, probably the worst display I have ever seen from a Rovers team in years, but that happens and I feel that next season we will be all the better for it. I am working on the principle of Birmingham eventually have to win a game at home this season, so it might just be against Wigan who look like they have blown up completely in recent weeks. And if that does happen Saturday is going to be extremely interesting for the three teams involved, out of the three Rovers are the form team, just like Palace last season who came from nowhere to steal promotion. owd nick
  • Score: 14

10:37am Mon 28 Apr 14

RoversSwiss says...

What's happened at Rovers is a minor miracle, normally when teams hit that slippery slope from the Premiership it is very difficult to stop. Look at Sheff Wednesday, Sheff Utd, Leeds, Porstmouth and Wolves, bigger fan bases than ours, but still found it very difficult to stop the rot.

The big earners leave the sinking ship and it takes years to replace them with players good enough for promotion GB, Derek Shaw and yes Venyks (By keeping out of the way) have done an excellent job this season. They have got rid of many of the useless big earners and replaced them with very good young players who seem to be making a very good team. At this time last year I would have been ecstatic if I had believed that would have any chance of the play offs this season. I thought we were destined for League 1 or even 2!
What's happened at Rovers is a minor miracle, normally when teams hit that slippery slope from the Premiership it is very difficult to stop. Look at Sheff Wednesday, Sheff Utd, Leeds, Porstmouth and Wolves, bigger fan bases than ours, but still found it very difficult to stop the rot. The big earners leave the sinking ship and it takes years to replace them with players good enough for promotion GB, Derek Shaw and yes Venyks (By keeping out of the way) have done an excellent job this season. They have got rid of many of the useless big earners and replaced them with very good young players who seem to be making a very good team. At this time last year I would have been ecstatic if I had believed that would have any chance of the play offs this season. I thought we were destined for League 1 or even 2! RoversSwiss
  • Score: 11

10:52am Mon 28 Apr 14

razwoods78 says...

RoversSwiss wrote:
What's happened at Rovers is a minor miracle, normally when teams hit that slippery slope from the Premiership it is very difficult to stop. Look at Sheff Wednesday, Sheff Utd, Leeds, Porstmouth and Wolves, bigger fan bases than ours, but still found it very difficult to stop the rot. The big earners leave the sinking ship and it takes years to replace them with players good enough for promotion GB, Derek Shaw and yes Venyks (By keeping out of the way) have done an excellent job this season. They have got rid of many of the useless big earners and replaced them with very good young players who seem to be making a very good team. At this time last year I would have been ecstatic if I had believed that would have any chance of the play offs this season. I thought we were destined for League 1 or even 2!
Great assessment mate!....... we have been on a great run and Bowyer deserves massive credit for that. Yeovil and Sheff Wed HAVE NOT COST US! we picked up points from those games. we have nop divine right to beat any teams. Every team in the league can point to last minute goals and games they SHOULD HAVE won. but part and parcel of football is that games always dont go as planned or as they should on paper. That's why we all love the game. Our away from has improved massively, by enlarge we are scoring goals and with Conway, Gestede, Marshall, Cairney, and Spurr we have made some excellent signings. All the Portugese 'stars' have gone and we still have Rochina Best and Goodwillie out on loan. Hence a very strong squad for next season (and that is not me saying keep all the loaned out players) I am merely highlighting that we have much to look forward to.

If we do by some miracle make the play offs - great, but if not lets rid the club of all negativity and for once look forward to a season and support the manager and players.............
..After the whistle at Anfield yesterday, practically the entire ground stayed and applauded a loss because they acknowledge how far the club has come.........Ewood is empty if we are losing two nil to anyone let alone Chelsea. Yes we have fallen from grace, but we have made MASSIVE PROGRESS in an attempt to climb back.
[quote][p][bold]RoversSwiss[/bold] wrote: What's happened at Rovers is a minor miracle, normally when teams hit that slippery slope from the Premiership it is very difficult to stop. Look at Sheff Wednesday, Sheff Utd, Leeds, Porstmouth and Wolves, bigger fan bases than ours, but still found it very difficult to stop the rot. The big earners leave the sinking ship and it takes years to replace them with players good enough for promotion GB, Derek Shaw and yes Venyks (By keeping out of the way) have done an excellent job this season. They have got rid of many of the useless big earners and replaced them with very good young players who seem to be making a very good team. At this time last year I would have been ecstatic if I had believed that would have any chance of the play offs this season. I thought we were destined for League 1 or even 2![/p][/quote]Great assessment mate!....... we have been on a great run and Bowyer deserves massive credit for that. Yeovil and Sheff Wed HAVE NOT COST US! we picked up points from those games. we have nop divine right to beat any teams. Every team in the league can point to last minute goals and games they SHOULD HAVE won. but part and parcel of football is that games always dont go as planned or as they should on paper. That's why we all love the game. Our away from has improved massively, by enlarge we are scoring goals and with Conway, Gestede, Marshall, Cairney, and Spurr we have made some excellent signings. All the Portugese 'stars' have gone and we still have Rochina Best and Goodwillie out on loan. Hence a very strong squad for next season (and that is not me saying keep all the loaned out players) I am merely highlighting that we have much to look forward to. If we do by some miracle make the play offs - great, but if not lets rid the club of all negativity and for once look forward to a season and support the manager and players............. ..After the whistle at Anfield yesterday, practically the entire ground stayed and applauded a loss because they acknowledge how far the club has come.........Ewood is empty if we are losing two nil to anyone let alone Chelsea. Yes we have fallen from grace, but we have made MASSIVE PROGRESS in an attempt to climb back. razwoods78
  • Score: 15

10:57am Mon 28 Apr 14

Super_Clarets says...

If only..

If only Burnley hadn't beaten you at home that 6th place would be yours for the taking....

How very tragic.

But not as tragic as those Blackburn fans who still believe they are going to make the play-off's. Laughable and desperate.
If only.. If only Burnley hadn't beaten you at home that 6th place would be yours for the taking.... How very tragic. But not as tragic as those Blackburn fans who still believe they are going to make the play-off's. Laughable and desperate. Super_Clarets
  • Score: -14

10:59am Mon 28 Apr 14

Tatts says...

owd nick wrote:
forever blue and white wrote:
Not sure about Bowyers comment "the performance level again was exceptional". It certainly wasn't exceptional against Yeovil and the last 10 mins against Sheffield Wed. If it had been exceptional we would be in the play offs and not reliant on other teams. Birmingham tomorrow night and then Forest on Saturday. Fingers crossed we get a chance on Saturday to do the improbable. Let's hope we play with an attacking team and not sit back when we go one up. Ha ha.
I basically agree but looking at the shambles that he inherited when he took over he's done a pretty good job all told. For us to be going into the last match of the season with even a remote chance of reaching the playoffs is an exceptional achievement.

And as he says in the LT this morning he feels we are on now the right track but we still have a long way to go.

Yeovil I suspect was a very expensive aberration, probably the worst display I have ever seen from a Rovers team in years, but that happens and I feel that next season we will be all the better for it.

I am working on the principle of Birmingham eventually have to win a game at home this season, so it might just be against Wigan who look like they have blown up completely in recent weeks.

And if that does happen Saturday is going to be extremely interesting for the three teams involved, out of the three Rovers are the form team, just like Palace last season who came from nowhere to steal promotion.
We shouldn't get too bogged down about one bad result (Yeovil)! Looking at the bigger picture, we've got more or less a new team this season, several of whom have only been introduced into the team halfway through the season, and we're now unbeaten in 11 games, with a chance (albeit a very remote chance) of the play-offs going into the final game. Plus, we've had some shocking injuries this season.

I said at the start of the season that 10th place would be satisfactory and we're likely now to finish above that, so I'm not grumbling. If we can keep hold of Rhodes and sign Michael Keane permanently plus maybe another tough central midfielder in the Jermaine Jones mould then I think we are looking very good for next year.

Looking at the Premier League table, I won't be too scared of Fulham, Norwich or Cardiff posing a threat next year, as they are all looking likely to drop. All 3 clubs have managers who don't have any experience of the championship and owners who are likely to fire their managers if they don't get results instantly (like Venkys did last season). Hopefully QPR will go up in the play-offs (presuming that we don't make it), and I don't see Wigan, Derby, Reading, Brighton, Forest or Ipswich making a vast improvement on this season, but who knows.
[quote][p][bold]owd nick[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]forever blue and white[/bold] wrote: Not sure about Bowyers comment "the performance level again was exceptional". It certainly wasn't exceptional against Yeovil and the last 10 mins against Sheffield Wed. If it had been exceptional we would be in the play offs and not reliant on other teams. Birmingham tomorrow night and then Forest on Saturday. Fingers crossed we get a chance on Saturday to do the improbable. Let's hope we play with an attacking team and not sit back when we go one up. Ha ha.[/p][/quote]I basically agree but looking at the shambles that he inherited when he took over he's done a pretty good job all told. For us to be going into the last match of the season with even a remote chance of reaching the playoffs is an exceptional achievement. And as he says in the LT this morning he feels we are on now the right track but we still have a long way to go. Yeovil I suspect was a very expensive aberration, probably the worst display I have ever seen from a Rovers team in years, but that happens and I feel that next season we will be all the better for it. I am working on the principle of Birmingham eventually have to win a game at home this season, so it might just be against Wigan who look like they have blown up completely in recent weeks. And if that does happen Saturday is going to be extremely interesting for the three teams involved, out of the three Rovers are the form team, just like Palace last season who came from nowhere to steal promotion.[/p][/quote]We shouldn't get too bogged down about one bad result (Yeovil)! Looking at the bigger picture, we've got more or less a new team this season, several of whom have only been introduced into the team halfway through the season, and we're now unbeaten in 11 games, with a chance (albeit a very remote chance) of the play-offs going into the final game. Plus, we've had some shocking injuries this season. I said at the start of the season that 10th place would be satisfactory and we're likely now to finish above that, so I'm not grumbling. If we can keep hold of Rhodes and sign Michael Keane permanently plus maybe another tough central midfielder in the Jermaine Jones mould then I think we are looking very good for next year. Looking at the Premier League table, I won't be too scared of Fulham, Norwich or Cardiff posing a threat next year, as they are all looking likely to drop. All 3 clubs have managers who don't have any experience of the championship and owners who are likely to fire their managers if they don't get results instantly (like Venkys did last season). Hopefully QPR will go up in the play-offs (presuming that we don't make it), and I don't see Wigan, Derby, Reading, Brighton, Forest or Ipswich making a vast improvement on this season, but who knows. Tatts
  • Score: 7

2:00pm Mon 28 Apr 14

Ronaldpetercooper says...

Well done GB that is a job well done. I said at the start of the season that I would be delighted if our season saw us miss the play offs by a couple of points that would be great as we are not ready for he big leap. It does mean now that if we can offload several of the players not quite good enough and sign one or two in the right positions ie. full back, goal keeper and defensive midfield, we can give next season a good go.
I hope I am wrong but it looks to me that Rhodes and Gestede can not play together as when Rude plays well Rhodes appears out of the game.
Well done GB that is a job well done. I said at the start of the season that I would be delighted if our season saw us miss the play offs by a couple of points that would be great as we are not ready for he big leap. It does mean now that if we can offload several of the players not quite good enough and sign one or two in the right positions ie. full back, goal keeper and defensive midfield, we can give next season a good go. I hope I am wrong but it looks to me that Rhodes and Gestede can not play together as when Rude plays well Rhodes appears out of the game. Ronaldpetercooper
  • Score: 4

4:05pm Mon 28 Apr 14

RoversSwiss says...

razwoods78 wrote:
RoversSwiss wrote:
What's happened at Rovers is a minor miracle, normally when teams hit that slippery slope from the Premiership it is very difficult to stop. Look at Sheff Wednesday, Sheff Utd, Leeds, Porstmouth and Wolves, bigger fan bases than ours, but still found it very difficult to stop the rot. The big earners leave the sinking ship and it takes years to replace them with players good enough for promotion GB, Derek Shaw and yes Venyks (By keeping out of the way) have done an excellent job this season. They have got rid of many of the useless big earners and replaced them with very good young players who seem to be making a very good team. At this time last year I would have been ecstatic if I had believed that would have any chance of the play offs this season. I thought we were destined for League 1 or even 2!
Great assessment mate!....... we have been on a great run and Bowyer deserves massive credit for that. Yeovil and Sheff Wed HAVE NOT COST US! we picked up points from those games. we have nop divine right to beat any teams. Every team in the league can point to last minute goals and games they SHOULD HAVE won. but part and parcel of football is that games always dont go as planned or as they should on paper. That's why we all love the game. Our away from has improved massively, by enlarge we are scoring goals and with Conway, Gestede, Marshall, Cairney, and Spurr we have made some excellent signings. All the Portugese 'stars' have gone and we still have Rochina Best and Goodwillie out on loan. Hence a very strong squad for next season (and that is not me saying keep all the loaned out players) I am merely highlighting that we have much to look forward to.

If we do by some miracle make the play offs - great, but if not lets rid the club of all negativity and for once look forward to a season and support the manager and players.............

..After the whistle at Anfield yesterday, practically the entire ground stayed and applauded a loss because they acknowledge how far the club has come.........Ewood is empty if we are losing two nil to anyone let alone Chelsea. Yes we have fallen from grace, but we have made MASSIVE PROGRESS in an attempt to climb back.
I agree, I criticise GB for many things like tactics and substitutions, but still believe that he is on his way to creating a very good team. The man that never made a mistake never made anything.

Unfortunately I only get chance to watch about 6 home games a season or I would definitely buy a season ticket.
[quote][p][bold]razwoods78[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RoversSwiss[/bold] wrote: What's happened at Rovers is a minor miracle, normally when teams hit that slippery slope from the Premiership it is very difficult to stop. Look at Sheff Wednesday, Sheff Utd, Leeds, Porstmouth and Wolves, bigger fan bases than ours, but still found it very difficult to stop the rot. The big earners leave the sinking ship and it takes years to replace them with players good enough for promotion GB, Derek Shaw and yes Venyks (By keeping out of the way) have done an excellent job this season. They have got rid of many of the useless big earners and replaced them with very good young players who seem to be making a very good team. At this time last year I would have been ecstatic if I had believed that would have any chance of the play offs this season. I thought we were destined for League 1 or even 2![/p][/quote]Great assessment mate!....... we have been on a great run and Bowyer deserves massive credit for that. Yeovil and Sheff Wed HAVE NOT COST US! we picked up points from those games. we have nop divine right to beat any teams. Every team in the league can point to last minute goals and games they SHOULD HAVE won. but part and parcel of football is that games always dont go as planned or as they should on paper. That's why we all love the game. Our away from has improved massively, by enlarge we are scoring goals and with Conway, Gestede, Marshall, Cairney, and Spurr we have made some excellent signings. All the Portugese 'stars' have gone and we still have Rochina Best and Goodwillie out on loan. Hence a very strong squad for next season (and that is not me saying keep all the loaned out players) I am merely highlighting that we have much to look forward to. If we do by some miracle make the play offs - great, but if not lets rid the club of all negativity and for once look forward to a season and support the manager and players............. ..After the whistle at Anfield yesterday, practically the entire ground stayed and applauded a loss because they acknowledge how far the club has come.........Ewood is empty if we are losing two nil to anyone let alone Chelsea. Yes we have fallen from grace, but we have made MASSIVE PROGRESS in an attempt to climb back.[/p][/quote]I agree, I criticise GB for many things like tactics and substitutions, but still believe that he is on his way to creating a very good team. The man that never made a mistake never made anything. Unfortunately I only get chance to watch about 6 home games a season or I would definitely buy a season ticket. RoversSwiss
  • Score: 4

5:23pm Mon 28 Apr 14

Reg Rover says...

Congratulations to Gary Bowyer his team and his staff.
With one game to go a top ten finish looks certain, possibly as high as eighth.
A brave effort, possibly just a couple of points short of a play-off place.
Bowyer has given us back pride in our football team. He has established us as a Championship team instead of relegation candidates.
The progress this man has made since last season is remarkable. This time last year we had escaped a consecutive relegation by the ‘skin of our teeth’. Oblivion beckoned. Bowyer pulled us back from the brink.
His reappointment was delayed this season whilst Mrs Anuradha Desai dithered. Vital time was lost in pre-season planning and preparation. That must not happen this year.
Gary Bowyer must be given the green light to plan for the future and given whatever budget Rovers can afford him to rebuild. Unlike the awful Kean he can be trusted.
He will not squander money on ‘over the hill’ players. Or on large wages. Just look at some of the gems he has brought to Ewood this season, for very little money.
None more so than Rudy, Gesteded, and Tom Cairney. Not to mention Craig Conway and Ben Marshal. The loan signing of Michael Keane was inspirational – a young man with a bright future.
Bowyer should be publically endorsed by Anuradha (I like to be entertained) Desai, with a new longer contract with a view to stability and building for the future.
Dark clouds on the horizon are the players Bowyer has to off load, who are on massive contracts and salaries all put there by Kean in his attempt to destroy the club.
Bradley Orr, Leon Best, Ruben Rochina, and David Goodwillie to mention but a few.
All have to be moved on to ‘Free-Up’ monies for new players.
Then there is the tricky problem David Dunn – new contract or not. Or is it time Rovers said goodbye to their faithful and popular servant. He has been good for Rovers but at the same time Rovers have been good to him, especially in view of all his injury problems.
Football is a brutal business, as David Moyes would testify, but hard decisions have to be taken.
Reg.
www.regoftherovers.c
o.uk
Congratulations to Gary Bowyer his team and his staff. With one game to go a top ten finish looks certain, possibly as high as eighth. A brave effort, possibly just a couple of points short of a play-off place. Bowyer has given us back pride in our football team. He has established us as a Championship team instead of relegation candidates. The progress this man has made since last season is remarkable. This time last year we had escaped a consecutive relegation by the ‘skin of our teeth’. Oblivion beckoned. Bowyer pulled us back from the brink. His reappointment was delayed this season whilst Mrs Anuradha Desai dithered. Vital time was lost in pre-season planning and preparation. That must not happen this year. Gary Bowyer must be given the green light to plan for the future and given whatever budget Rovers can afford him to rebuild. Unlike the awful Kean he can be trusted. He will not squander money on ‘over the hill’ players. Or on large wages. Just look at some of the gems he has brought to Ewood this season, for very little money. None more so than Rudy, Gesteded, and Tom Cairney. Not to mention Craig Conway and Ben Marshal. The loan signing of Michael Keane was inspirational – a young man with a bright future. Bowyer should be publically endorsed by Anuradha (I like to be entertained) Desai, with a new longer contract with a view to stability and building for the future. Dark clouds on the horizon are the players Bowyer has to off load, who are on massive contracts and salaries all put there by Kean in his attempt to destroy the club. Bradley Orr, Leon Best, Ruben Rochina, and David Goodwillie to mention but a few. All have to be moved on to ‘Free-Up’ monies for new players. Then there is the tricky problem David Dunn – new contract or not. Or is it time Rovers said goodbye to their faithful and popular servant. He has been good for Rovers but at the same time Rovers have been good to him, especially in view of all his injury problems. Football is a brutal business, as David Moyes would testify, but hard decisions have to be taken. Reg. www.regoftherovers.c o.uk Reg Rover
  • Score: 2

10:38pm Mon 28 Apr 14

digitusjonfred says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
If only..

If only Burnley hadn't beaten you at home that 6th place would be yours for the taking....

How very tragic.

But not as tragic as those Blackburn fans who still believe they are going to make the play-off's. Laughable and desperate.
gerron your own page ya muppet
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: If only.. If only Burnley hadn't beaten you at home that 6th place would be yours for the taking.... How very tragic. But not as tragic as those Blackburn fans who still believe they are going to make the play-off's. Laughable and desperate.[/p][/quote]gerron your own page ya muppet digitusjonfred
  • Score: 0

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