Saturday, October 31, 2009

Sunderland 2 West Ham 2

The only change for West Ham was Kovac in for the suspended Parker. Of the two teams Sunderland started the brighter and the more hungry. In the 5th minute Bent had a golden opportunity and had an almost open goal from 8 yards but headed wide of the right hand post. In the 11th minute Da Silva had a 25 yards effort, after the West Ham defence sat back and no-one came out to close him down. His effort just missed wide of the right hand post.

After ten minutes West Ham started to come into the game. Noble and Cole both forced saves from the keeper from the edge of the penalty area. In the 30th minute West Ham broke forward, pulled back the ball from the byline for Franco who slotted home from three yards. Six minutes later and it was 2-0 as Collison played a brilliant ball into Cole's path running into the area for Cole to score from about the penalty spot.

Straight from the restart Cole broke forward and was fouled as he almost went clear. The ref didn't give the obvious foul and Sunderland then broke up field quickly, Kovac won the ball cleanly on the edge of the West Ham area but the ref this time for some reason did give a foul. From the freekick Reid beat Green to make it 2-1.

If that wasn't enough excitement in the 45th minute Jones pushed Ilunga in the face and was sent off. Ilunga was also booked, presumably for putting his face in the way of Jones' hands.

One minute into the second half Noble won a corner. His corner was then headed goalwards by Franco from six yards but Gordon saved. A minute after that Green saved well diving full stretch to his right from Bent. From the resulting corner Green then made a brilliant save from a Turner header from 6 yards. A minute after that Bent blasted over from 8 yards when it looked easier to score.

In the 53rd minute Cole fired across the goal from ten yards, just missing wide of the left hand post. In the 59th minute Cana went in with two feet on Cole and should have been given a straight red, the ref didn't even give him a second yellow. A minute after that Cole was booked for wearing the claret and blue of West Ham (at least there didn't seem to be any other reason for the booking).

In the 65th minute Cana hit the post with a header from a corner. Da Silva then headed the rebound goalwards and Green managed to scramble a save. In the 67th minute Diamanti was brought on for Behrami. In the 72nd minute Franco made way for Hines.

The changes didn't make any difference to West Ham's poor second half performance. In the 76th minute a bent cross was deflected up and over Green and Richardson had an easy tap in at the far post. After that Hines had two good chances but shot wide. Diamanti had a chance that missed by about a yard. For Sunderland Bent had two good chances but missed with both.

In the 86th minute Kovac ran into a Sunderland player and got a second yellow. Neither of his cards was deserved but he found himself sent off. In the 89th minute Noble had an effort cleared off the line. In the 90th minute Bent headed wide yet again.

Despite one of the worst refereeing performances ever West Ham have to be hugely disappointed by another really poor second half performance. This is the second time this season we have gone into the second half of a game in the lead facing ten men and thrown the win away.

Sunderland vs West Ham - Live Streaming

IraqGoals seems to be the only link working (for now).

BBC Radio London are providing live radio commentary.

Dyer Out Again

It seems that Sky were correct when they said this morning that Dyer won't feature in today's game. It appears that Dyer has pulled another hamstring (in the other leg from the one he has just recovered from). He now faces another two to three weeks out injured.

There is still no news on Dean Ashton and in Dean's case I fear no news is bad news. Rumours that Ashton's career is over and that West Ham are in the process of negotiations with the insurers don't seem to be going away.

Friday, October 30, 2009

Sunderland vs West Ham - The Preview

For Sunderland George McCartney, Frazier Campbell and Darren Bent all face late fitness tests. Bolo Zenden and centre-back John Mensah are both definitely out. For West Ham Scott Parker is suspended. Despite rumours that Dyer might make the bench for this game Sky are reporting that he is still out injured.

West Ham have won seven out of the last nine games against Sunderland but Sunderland go into this game having won their last four games at home in the league and have only lost at home to Chelsea this season.

Lawro thinks that Zola can use last week's comeback against Arsenal to encourage West Ham this week. He still doesn't see us getting a result though.

Lawro predicts a 0-0 draw

Sky predict a 2-0 West Ham loss

Thursday, October 29, 2009

West Ham Trial for Togo Keeper

Sky Sports claim that Togo international goalkeeper Cedric Mensah is in talks about undergoing a trial at West Ham. Mensah has been playing for French side Paris FC but according to Sky they have been told by the player he is to have a trial at the Boleyn.

Gold to Bid £40 million for West Ham

The Star report that David Gold will up his bid for West Ham next week. They say he will offer to buy West Ham for £40 million.

As this is about a third of what the West Ham owners want for the club the bid seems destined to fail. Gold has been leaking to the media that he will then turn his attentions to buying Charlton or Crystal Palace.

Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Carr Testimonial Confirmed

West Ham have announced that Tony Carr's testimonial match will be on Wednesday 5th May 2010. The game will feature a West Ham side vs an Academy All-Star XI, featuring players that owe much of their early development to Tony Carr.

Carr said, "I am pleased we have been able to name a date. I am really looking forward to it and hopefully we will have a big turnout on the night. It should be a great occasion."

Tuesday, October 27, 2009

West Ham After Cassano - Or Not

The Daily Mail today strangely claim that West Ham want to buy Sampdoria striker Antonio Cassano and then go on to list why the club don't really want to sign the player.

The reasons being they have been told they can't buy him, he costs £14.5m, the player is settled at the Genoa club and Cassano's performances have propelled Sampdoria to second in the league.

I hear we can't buy Lionel Messi either.

Sunday, October 25, 2009

West Ham 2 Arsenal 2

West Ham looked to be coping fairly well for the first fifteen minutes. Arsenal hadn't really created much until, for the umpteenth time this season, West Ham handed the opposition the game on a plate. Sagna's cross into the box from the right wing, looked to be an easy ball to clear. However Green flapped at the cross weakly and the ball landed at Van Persie's feet six yards out, for an easy tap into an open goal.

In the 36th minute Arsenal won a corner and Gallas raised to meet the cross between Cole and Tompkins to head over from three yards.

So two defensive mistakes meant the game was effectively over for West Ham before half-time. Except it wasn't!

In the second half Arsenal looked to be fairly comfortable until Diamanti and Hines were brought on for Noble and Franco. There introduction to the game added some much needed urgency to the West Ham side.

Diamanti had a couple of sighters early on, shooting high and wide from 30 yards and then from 25 yards. West Ham then won a free-kick 25 yards out. Diamanti curled the ball around the wall and forced Mannone to dive to his right. The keeper could only block the shot with his fist and the ball rebounded back to Cole, who headed home from five yards.

Within a couple of minutes of the goal Parker dribbled into the area. He seemed to be brought down but the ref didn't give the penalty. However three minutes after, in the 78th minute, Cole was brought down by Song in the box and this time the penalty was given. Diamanti smashed the penalty to the right of the goal and beat the diving Mannone, who guessed right but couldn't reach the ball.

West Ham then looked to be on the front foot and looked like they might go on and win the game. However in the 84th minute Parker was fouled by Fabregas and the ref decided to send Parker off - no-one seemed to have any idea why.

After that both sides had chances to win the game. The best chance fell to Van Persie in the 90th minute but his header from three yards was saved by Green with his feet.

West Ham will probably be asking themselves what might have been, if only they hadn't given the opposition a two goal start. However this was a great fight back by West Ham and hopefully this will kick-start our season.

Come on you Irons!

West Ham Seek Fresh Investment

The Telegraph say that West Ham's owner's Straumar will next week appoint Rothschild and Standard Bank to seek new investment into the club. The paper say that the investor will take a stake and may, eventually, want to acquire overall control of the club in a change of ownership.

The Telegraph say the owners have also renegotiated the terms of a loan facility at the club, thought to be around £30 million and are preparing to make fresh investment in the club themselves.

It isn't clear if West Ham actually have any investors already lined up but it does seem like the owners are trying to ensure that Gianfranco Zola does have some transfer money to spend in January.

The News of the World, who seem to have close ties with the Intermarket Group, say that unless the group are invited to go through due diligence within a fortnight they will withdraw their offer for the club.

In other news The News of the World report that Calum Davenport has been told that his leg injuries should not threaten his career. However they say he will not be returning this season.

Saturday, October 24, 2009

West Ham vs Arsenal - The Predictions

According to The Daily Mirror Arsene Wenger is the manager that Zola most admires and he wants West Ham to emulate Arsenal's style of play. Whilst Arsenal and West Ham do both play a passing style of game I would say the major difference (in style) at the moment is the pace in both teams.

Arsenal pass the ball with speed and with movement off the ball. West Ham play a more ponderous passing style, often to the extent of letting defences regroup and get men behind the ball before venturing into the danger areas in front of the opponent's goal.

The return of Valon Behrami should help West Ham in this department. He is one player in the West Ham side who does continually show movement off the ball. Dyer could also feature in this game, having returned to full training this week. Dyer's pace could play a key role in unlocking defences, if only he can stay fit for a number of games.

Lawro says that West Ham are meeting an Arsenal team in a good run of form and in good spirits. Surprisingly he says that West Ham have a growing injury list, when in fact it looks like Zola finally has some competition for places. It's hard however to disagree with his prediction that West Ham will struggle in this game.

Lawro predicts a 0-2 loss for West Ham

Sky argue that Parker may struggle to get back into the first team. They say Zola was pleased with the performance against Stoke, despite the loss and may stick with the same team. However, whatever team West Ham field, Sky don't give them much hope.

Sky predict a 1-3 West Ham loss

Friday, October 23, 2009

Intermarket to Name Investors

The Guardian reports that the Intermarket Group claim it will have proof of funds from investors in place today. The paper says that the company has so far been frustrated by the lack of dialogue with Andrew Bernhardt, the West Ham chairman, who has been impossible to raise since contact was made last Friday.

Sources within West Ham say that the club are frustrated by Intermarket's desire to negotiate through the media rather than directly with the current owners.

Monday, October 19, 2009

US Consortium Want Quick Sell

Paul McCarthy, of the News of the World, has spoken to Sky News about yesterday's story in the newspaper concerning a US backed approach to buy West Ham. He says that the consortium are looking to move quickly in purchasing the club.

"They will have further talks this week. The people involved will come in from New York and speak to West Ham. They want to get it done quickly, they want to get it done within two weeks", said McCarthy.

"They'll ask for a 28-day lockdown which means that they can look at the books and examine the financial situation. Then they will attempt to put together a takeover if the figures match their expectations.

"We know that they're absolutely at the forefront of takeover talks and are in a strong position; they've got money from New York and London. James Bowe is very experienced at these kind of things and he's been brought in specifically as a figurehead for the consortium

"We'll see what happens, but I think that within two weeks there'll be some news."

West Ham Play Down US Bid

According to The Independent West Ham "are treating with caution" the pledge from the Intermarket Group that they want to buy the club.

The Independent says West Ham were surprised by the interview in yesterday's News of the World having only had "the briefest of contact with the Intermarket Group." The Independent say West Ham first spoke to the group's spokesperson, Jim Bowe, on Friday and see them "as only a potential bidder along with five others who have also expressed an interest in the club over the last six months."

Sunday, October 18, 2009

At Last a Realistic Bid for West Ham?

The News of the World has news today of what may finally be a realistic bid for West Ham. The bid is from an American consortium made up of wealthy West Ham fans and led by Intermarket Group chief executive and Wall Street mogul, Jim Bowe.

The NoW say the bid is for £100 million and that they "began negotiations on Friday night and are confident of landing the club in time to hand boss Gianfranco Zola a substantial budget for the January transfer window."

Bowe said,

"We are not interested in just taking on the debt, or securing a percentage. We want to get West Ham back on track for the upper echelons of the Premier League.

"We want what the fans want and there is no restriction on us as to how we achieve that aim. We are in the early stages of our discussions with the club. But we are optimistic that we can develop a proposal that will benefit all parties. The best deal is the deal where everyone feels that they've won.

"The consortium comprises West Ham supporters who have made serious money in the City, the United States and elsewhere and who see the potential in the club, its fanbase, academy and playing staff.

"The people involved have the money required, and, more importantly, the right sentiments. They have no interest in interfering with the playing side of things, but they will make money available in the January transfer window.

"They also possess the expertise to see West Ham restructured and organised in a way that will help the club realise its potential. Fortune has been hiding for too long."

Saturday, October 17, 2009

Stoke 2 West Ham 1

Jimenez and Hines were dropped to the bench. Kovac came in for the suspended Parker and Collison and Behrami were given starts. Franco was named as a sub.

Stoke started the brighter of the two sides and set out their stall early on with a number of Delap long throws into the box in the first seven minutes. In the eleventh minute Fuller back-heeled the ball to Etherington in the West Ham penalty area. Etherington got a touch to the ball just before Faubert dived in and brought the ex-Hammer down. The ref gave the penalty and Beattie scored from the spot.

Within a minute of the restart Etherington fired a shot that was deflected wide by Tomkins. After that however West Ham responded well and dragged themselves back into the game.

West Ham's first effort on goal came in the 16th minute from a cross which Cole headed goalwards forcing Sorenson to tip over for the corner.

In the 20th minute Diamanti had a long range effort which flew over from 30 yards. In the 29th minute Diamanti won and took a free-kick. The kick beat the wall but was straight at Sorenson in goal. In the 33rd minute West Ham won a corner and Upson headed Noble's cross home from six yards after Sorenson came, flapped and missed. Within a couple of minutes of the game restarting Cole forced Sorenson to make a save.

West Ham started the second half brightly. In the opening minutes of the half Cole had a shot blocked and Diamanti forced a save from Sorenson. Stoke came back strongly however and in the 53rd minute Beattie shot just high and wide and then in the 55th minute Shawcross headed a corner at goal. Faubert and Upson combined to block it on the line, Shawcross followed up but put the rebound just wide.

In the 69th minute Diamanti lost the ball and Fuller piled forward and shot at goal. Green palmed Fuller's shot away and Beattie was the first to the rebound to give the home team the lead again.

Within a couple of minutes of the game restarting Huth landed a punch on Upson, forcing Upson off the pitch. Unfortunately the officials completely missed the punch and Huth was saved a certain sending off and West Ham denied a certain penalty. In the 74th minute Etherington headed wide from six yards.

In the 76th minute Hines was brought on for Diamanti. A couple of minutes later and Stanislas was brought on for Kovac. In the 88th minute Franco was brought on for Collison. Despite the substitutions West Ham never really looked like scoring and Stoke looked more likely on the break.

A slightly better performance for West Ham still sees them losing. In their defence there were two clear penalties in this match, Stoke's was given and West Ham's wasn't. Huth would also have been sent off for his punch had it been seen. Do you get the feeling it's going to be that kind of season for West Ham?

Stoke vs West Ham - Radio Commentary

There doesn't seem to be any live video streams of today's game. The best I could find is this radio commentary.


Friday, October 16, 2009

Stoke vs West Ham - The Previews

Scott Parker is suspended for West Ham but Collison and Behrami could be in contention for starts. West Ham have never lost at the Britannia Stadium and Stoke have not beaten West Ham since 2003. However that doesn't stop the pundits from predicting a loss for West Ham.

Lawro says that The Britannia Stadium is a fortress and you can't see, apart from Cole, where West Ham's goals are going to come from. You've got to agree with Lawro about the goals comment but Stoke have actually lost half of their games (two) at home this season.

Lawro predicts a 2-1 West ham loss

Sky predict a 3-1 loss for West Ham

Thursday, October 15, 2009

David Sullivan Spin Master

I'm getting pretty tired of Sullivan's campaign to purchase West Ham on the cheap by constantly trying to undermine the present owners in the press. Obviously his reports on the financial crisis at West Ham are not far wide of the mark, but his now daily spinning to the press is getting boring.

The most interesting thing about today's latest puff piece in The Evening Standard are the comments from Birmingham fans, all attacking him as an owner.

Sullivan Values West Ham at Nothing

The Daily Telegraph claim that West Ham have turned down an offer from David Sullivan to buy the club for nothing, or in The Telegraph's words,

"Sullivan is believed to have made clear that he wanted to take over West Ham without paying anything."

I can't believe the present owners turned down such a generous offer.

I'm sure Sullivan's constant attacks on West Ham have some serious purpose, I just wonder if he is going to get serious with his offers any time soon.

Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Sullivan - Will he or Won't he?

David Sullivan has been busy trying to talk down the price of West Ham over the last few days. Sullivan has been openly expressing his fears about the debts at West Ham, which suggests that he is keen to buy into the club but is also keen to lower the asking price.

The Evening Standard today says that Sullivan has held preliminary talks about investing in the club. The Standard says the talks have involved a possible injection of cash, which suggests Sullivan may not be looking at a complete takeover.

Tuesday, October 13, 2009

West Ham to bid for King

The Daily Star claim that West Ham are targeting Wigan Athletic striker Marlon King.

At 29 years of age and unable to force himself into the Wigan first team it would be difficult to see how King would fit into West Ham's stated 'project'. However The Star claim that West Ham are preparing a £1 million bid which, if true, would fit what seems to be the new 'project' of signing old, goal-shy forwards.

Saturday, October 10, 2009

Hines on Song for England

Zavron Hines came off the bench and scored two goals in England Under 21's thrilling 6-3 win over Macedonia yesterday. James Tomkins played the full 90 minutes.

Friday, October 09, 2009

Collison Returns and Scores

West Ham played a behind closed doors friendly against French side Valenciennes today. West Ham lost the games 2-1 but there was good news as Collison and Gabbidon both featured in the match.

Collison scored West Ham's goal in a game that also featured Behrami, Jimenez, Faubert, Noble, Diamanti, Illunga (captain) and Terry Dixon. Hopefully with Collison and Behrami fit agan we might see a bit more industry and width in West Ham's next Premier League game.

Thursday, October 08, 2009

Come Back Eggy All is Forgiven

According to The Sun, despite being made the scapegoat for West Ham's current financial problems, Eggert Magnusson is keen to step in and rescue the club but "at nowhere near the current £100million price tag being touted."

The Sun don't explain how Eggy suddenly has millions of pounds to buy West Ham.

The paper also claim that the club is also talking to two other rival groups - one from Asia, the other American.

Wednesday, October 07, 2009

Zola, Nani & Duxbury Off to Napoli?

According to The Daily Telegraph Napoli owner Aurelio De Laurentiis is keen to replace sacked manager Roberto Donadoni with Gianfranco Zola.

Walter Mazzarri has been appointed new Napoli coach but The Telegraph say that the club want Zola to have the job next summer, or earlier if he is prepared to leave West Ham sooner. The paper claim that Napoli are also keen to poach the whole West Ham management team and want Nani and Duxbury as well.

This rumour raises the prospect of a perfect storm for West Ham; relegation, bankrupt owners and the departure of the whole management team. Not that I want to depress you any more than you already are.

One tiny glimmer of light in the darkness hovering over the Boleyn is that Terry Dixon played 45 minutes for the reserves yesterday. It is the first time he has played for more than two years.

Monday, October 05, 2009

West Ham Players for England

Luckily for Upson and Green, Fabio Capello was watching the many English players in the Arsenal team yesterday, so he missed their shocking performances against Fulham.

Carlton Cole, Matthew Upson and Robert Green have been named in Fabio Capello's 24-man squad to face Ukraine and Belarus in the final two 2010 FIFA World Cup qualifiers. England play in Ukraine next Saturday before England welcome Belarus to Wembley four days later.

Sunday, October 04, 2009

West Ham 2 Fulham 2

Fulham started the game well and were on target with three shots inside the opening ten minutes. After the opening ten minutes West Ham started to drag themselves into the game. They started to pass the ball well but, as usual despite the pretty football didn't look particularly threatening.

However, in the 16th minute, Diamanti crossed a free-kick into the box from the left with pace. Cole got to the ball first and headed home from 6 yards. Three minutes later and Tomkins had a good chance to extend the lead from a corner, but the defender headed wide from ten yards.

Johnson had a really good opportunity to get an equaliser in the 22nd minute. A quick free-kick caught the West Ham defence napping and Johnson only had to beat Green from 8 yards but shot just wide.

West Ham then began to control the game. This task was made easier in the 41st minute when Dikgaco was sent off. Dikgaco pushed Parker in the face and the ref booked both players for the incident. Parker was absolutely livid and argued with the ref. He obviously said something that upset Dowd as he took the red card out of his pocket and looked about to send Parker off. However the fourth official called Dowd over and after some discussion Dowd returned to the pitch and sent off Dikago.

For the remaining five minutes of the half West Ham attacked the Fulham goal, with Noble forcing a save and Hines and Diamanti both shooting just wide.

Within 35 seconds of the second half starting Upson pulled down Kamara inside the penalty area and Murphy scored from the spot. It was bad defending from Upson, as Kamara was out wide in the area, West Ham had cover and there was no need for the tackle.

A minute after the restart and Dimanti made a good run into the Fulham area but shot weakly straight at Schwarzer. In the 55th minute a Konchesky free-kick deflected off the wall and Green had to change direction to make a good save, at the expense of the corner. From the corner Gera scored from a couple of yards after Green flapped at the ball.

West Ham then were absolutely awful, giving away possession, and Fulham looked the better team. In the 70th minute Behrami and Stanislas came on for Parker and Hines. The changes failed to change much as West Ham with an extra man played slow methodical football with no passion and no ideas.

In the 2nd minute of extra-time Stanislas shot from just outside the area high into the middle of the goal to give West Ham a point they really didn't deserve. Then with seconds to go Fulham had a chance to win the game but Eddie Johnson shot wide having beaten Green.

You have to say this is really worrying. Against ten men of a really average team West Ham played like they didn't care. Some of the senior players in this squad need to have a really serious look at themselves. It definitely looked in the second half as if some of the players don't want to play for the club any longer.

West Ham line-up: Green, Faubert, Tomkins, Upson, Ilunga, Noble, Parker (70 Behrami), Jimenez, Diamanti, Cole, Hines (70 Stanislas)

West Ham vs Fulham - Live Streaming

All the links today seem to be Flash links.

LiveFooty are currently showing one Flash stream here.

Fsi have a number of Flash streams here.

Flash links are often quickly stopped by the Premier League pirate chasers. So the best bet today might actually be the radio.

Radio commentary of the match is available on 5 Live sports extra

West Ham Sale Back On?

The News of the World claim that a £100million takeover of West Ham by David Gold and David Sullivan is on the cards. The paper claims that Straumur originally asked for £120 million but Gold and Sullivan wouldn't buy at that price, so now the Icelandic owners have dropped the price.

As this is the one thing the owners have said they won't do and that they are happy to wait for an economic recovery before selling I think this could be just pure speculation by the NoW.

The NoW also claim that Steve Clarke has had angry words with Nani over some of his signings, particularly Manuel da Costa, who neither he nor Zola rate.

The Mail claim that Upson is back for today's clash and that West Ham are ready to throw as much money as it takes to get him to sign a new contract. Hmm ... money, West Ham, I don't think so.

Saturday, October 03, 2009

Clarke Says to Give Hines Time

Steve Clarke says that West Ham need to protect Zavron Hines. After Hines' performance against Liverpool, when his pace completely outwitted Carragher, it was a surprise to see Hines dropped to the bench for the City game.

Steve Clarke however has hinted that West Ham will give Hines time to develop as a player. Clarke said,

"You have to look at the bigger picture with younger players - we have a duty to protect them. Zavon came off the bench against Manchester City and looked lively again. He will be involved at the weekend.

He has come from nowhere in a short space of time and we have to protect him rather than throw him in the first team and hope every game he is going to be fantastic."

Perhaps Zola and Clarke have plans to use Hines more as a late substitute in games, when his pace might be more effective against tiring defenders.

Friday, October 02, 2009

West Ham vs Fulham - The Preview

It seems a little early in the season to be calling this a must win game but West Ham's poor recent run has seen Zola piling on the pressure and calling for a better performance from his players.

For Fulham, Damien Duff and Simon Davies are out of contention but Brede Hangeland and Dickson Etuhu could return. For West Ham Franco is still not available. The BBC say that Collison is out but Sky say he could be available following a late fitness test. The BBC say that Upson is available but Sky say that he also faces a late fitness test.

Lawro says that West Ham are desperate for points and that despite Fulham's good play against Arsenal last week West Ham's home advantage should give them the win.

Lawro predicts a 2-1 West Ham win

Sky are predicting a 1-1 draw

Wales Provide West Ham Injury Update

If you follow the West Ham official website you will probably be continually surprised about the missing players in the first team come match day.

This season the West Ham website has continually reported about how happy Gianfranco Zola is that he finally has a full squad to pick from. Come kick-off it has therefore come as a complete shock to find that three or four key players are missing from the squad.

Thanks to the Wales FA, we now know that Jack Collison has a calf problem that will keep him out until after 10th October (Wales' next game) and that Gabbidon is also doubtful (also with a calf problem). Wales say that Gabbidon hopes to return to full training in the "next few days", but say he is doubtful for Wales' next match on the 10th October.

Unfortunately Wales have neglected to report on the fitness of Upson and Behrami.

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