Watford secured their highest league finish 31 years ago today after beating Liverpool in Bob Paisley's final game

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Saturday, May 14, 1983

Watford hosted re-crowned Champions Liverpool in the final game of their first season in the top flight in front of a crowd of more than 27,000.

Midfielder Martin Patching, who was in the process of retiring from the game due to chronic knee ligament damage, skinned Alan Hansen to score a memorable opener. Luther Blissett added an untidy second at the start of the second half before Liverpool, managed by Bob Paisley for the last time, clawed back a consolation through Craig Johnston's mishit cross.

Celebration greeted both news of Manchester United's defeat at Notts County, confirming Watford's runners-up spot and, more surprisingly, news of Luton Town's victory at Maine Road, this securing their survival.

Despite the gravity of their predicament, the Hatters had sent a full-strength side to Vicarage Road for Ross Jenkins' testimonial the previous week.

Reproduced by kind permission of Matt Rowson from his book, Watford FC On This Day

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8:06am Wed 14 May 14

gloryhornet4 says...

Admission price for this game just £2.
FA Cup Final 1984 £5.

That is why I hate the greedy baskets that have taken our sport and held us to ransom to watch it.

When we get to play Man City in the F A Cup we were played a side that had an over spend on the fair play rules of more than in cost to run Watford FC for a whole decade.

Less we forget we have finished higher up in the league than Spurs in the last 30 years and our chairman did not sack his manager thinking his team has a God given right to be in the Champions League.

Watford did not qualify for the Champions League for 1983/4 as the dictionary definition then did not say a Champion are someone who finishes 4th!

Maybe one day soon we will be toe to toe with those greedy baskets.

To that match, brill goal from Martin Patching and I thought Grobbbelaaaar pushed Luther's goal into his own net. Guess the more you save the less you win.

When Watford returned to the top flight and won 1-0 at Anfield GT was asked what it felt like to beat Liverpool as when Watford were last in the top flight we lost to Liverpool in every game. GT said something along the lines - we beat them on the final day of our first season for starters - and it was not the only time so I guess my memory is better than yours.
Admission price for this game just £2. FA Cup Final 1984 £5. That is why I hate the greedy baskets that have taken our sport and held us to ransom to watch it. When we get to play Man City in the F A Cup we were played a side that had an over spend on the fair play rules of more than in cost to run Watford FC for a whole decade. Less we forget we have finished higher up in the league than Spurs in the last 30 years and our chairman did not sack his manager thinking his team has a God given right to be in the Champions League. Watford did not qualify for the Champions League for 1983/4 as the dictionary definition then did not say a Champion are someone who finishes 4th! Maybe one day soon we will be toe to toe with those greedy baskets. To that match, brill goal from Martin Patching and I thought Grobbbelaaaar pushed Luther's goal into his own net. Guess the more you save the less you win. When Watford returned to the top flight and won 1-0 at Anfield GT was asked what it felt like to beat Liverpool as when Watford were last in the top flight we lost to Liverpool in every game. GT said something along the lines - we beat them on the final day of our first season for starters - and it was not the only time so I guess my memory is better than yours. gloryhornet4
  • Score: 15

8:50am Wed 14 May 14

tommy gunn says...

I guess the feat of finishing runners up in the first season following promotion to the top league will probably never be repeated.
I guess the feat of finishing runners up in the first season following promotion to the top league will probably never be repeated. tommy gunn
  • Score: 3

8:54am Wed 14 May 14

Wembley84 says...

I also recall the testimonial for Ross Jenkins (the real Ross Jenkins). It was supposed to be against an England XI, but they pulled out, and our rivals offered their team. The Vic Road end started singing (to the tune of Grocer Jack, for those old enough) "Luton Town, is it true you're going down", to which GT responded by getting onto the public address system and bollicking the whole terrace - for which he received a round of applause. Those were the days......
I also recall the testimonial for Ross Jenkins (the real Ross Jenkins). It was supposed to be against an England XI, but they pulled out, and our rivals offered their team. The Vic Road end started singing (to the tune of Grocer Jack, for those old enough) "Luton Town, is it true you're going down", to which GT responded by getting onto the public address system and bollicking the whole terrace - for which he received a round of applause. Those were the days...... Wembley84
  • Score: 7

10:02am Wed 14 May 14

neilhorn says...

tommy gunn wrote:
I guess the feat of finishing runners up in the first season following promotion to the top league will probably never be repeated.
To be fair, Forest won the league the season after going up in 3rd place 4 years earlier. Now THAT never will be beat.
Yeah I remember GT getting on the tannoy and telling everyone off, such as strong character, hard to imagine Arsene Wenger getting on the PA to have a go during a match
[quote][p][bold]tommy gunn[/bold] wrote: I guess the feat of finishing runners up in the first season following promotion to the top league will probably never be repeated.[/p][/quote]To be fair, Forest won the league the season after going up in 3rd place 4 years earlier. Now THAT never will be beat. Yeah I remember GT getting on the tannoy and telling everyone off, such as strong character, hard to imagine Arsene Wenger getting on the PA to have a go during a match neilhorn
  • Score: 1

10:44am Wed 14 May 14

gloryhornet4 says...

Wembley84 wrote:
I also recall the testimonial for Ross Jenkins (the real Ross Jenkins). It was supposed to be against an England XI, but they pulled out, and our rivals offered their team. The Vic Road end started singing (to the tune of Grocer Jack, for those old enough) "Luton Town, is it true you're going down", to which GT responded by getting onto the public address system and bollicking the whole terrace - for which he received a round of applause. Those were the days......
Yes, GT thinking it was bad manners to a side that were helping us out. They had their own problems having to win at Man C on the Saturday to stay up so credit for not also ducking out.

Did like another chant -

You're going to Newport
You're going to Newport
We're not
[quote][p][bold]Wembley84[/bold] wrote: I also recall the testimonial for Ross Jenkins (the real Ross Jenkins). It was supposed to be against an England XI, but they pulled out, and our rivals offered their team. The Vic Road end started singing (to the tune of Grocer Jack, for those old enough) "Luton Town, is it true you're going down", to which GT responded by getting onto the public address system and bollicking the whole terrace - for which he received a round of applause. Those were the days......[/p][/quote]Yes, GT thinking it was bad manners to a side that were helping us out. They had their own problems having to win at Man C on the Saturday to stay up so credit for not also ducking out. Did like another chant - You're going to Newport You're going to Newport We're not gloryhornet4
  • Score: 6

12:35pm Wed 14 May 14

gloryhornet4 says...

neilhorn wrote:
tommy gunn wrote:
I guess the feat of finishing runners up in the first season following promotion to the top league will probably never be repeated.
To be fair, Forest won the league the season after going up in 3rd place 4 years earlier. Now THAT never will be beat.
Yeah I remember GT getting on the tannoy and telling everyone off, such as strong character, hard to imagine Arsene Wenger getting on the PA to have a go during a match
Wenger - he can't string two sentences together without saying I think we should have had a penalty, so whatever he would say over the PA would not make sense.
[quote][p][bold]neilhorn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]tommy gunn[/bold] wrote: I guess the feat of finishing runners up in the first season following promotion to the top league will probably never be repeated.[/p][/quote]To be fair, Forest won the league the season after going up in 3rd place 4 years earlier. Now THAT never will be beat. Yeah I remember GT getting on the tannoy and telling everyone off, such as strong character, hard to imagine Arsene Wenger getting on the PA to have a go during a match[/p][/quote]Wenger - he can't string two sentences together without saying I think we should have had a penalty, so whatever he would say over the PA would not make sense. gloryhornet4
  • Score: 4

6:00pm Wed 14 May 14

croxley46 says...

neilhorn wrote:
tommy gunn wrote:
I guess the feat of finishing runners up in the first season following promotion to the top league will probably never be repeated.
To be fair, Forest won the league the season after going up in 3rd place 4 years earlier. Now THAT never will be beat.
Yeah I remember GT getting on the tannoy and telling everyone off, such as strong character, hard to imagine Arsene Wenger getting on the PA to have a go during a match
Talking about Wenger, why did he recall Hector Bellerin early from his extended loan spell with us this season, then never play him for Arsenal ?
I was quite impressed with him, certainly better than Park (who?!) and the Chelsea loanee McEachran (and of course Neill and Diakite!)
[quote][p][bold]neilhorn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]tommy gunn[/bold] wrote: I guess the feat of finishing runners up in the first season following promotion to the top league will probably never be repeated.[/p][/quote]To be fair, Forest won the league the season after going up in 3rd place 4 years earlier. Now THAT never will be beat. Yeah I remember GT getting on the tannoy and telling everyone off, such as strong character, hard to imagine Arsene Wenger getting on the PA to have a go during a match[/p][/quote]Talking about Wenger, why did he recall Hector Bellerin early from his extended loan spell with us this season, then never play him for Arsenal ? I was quite impressed with him, certainly better than Park (who?!) and the Chelsea loanee McEachran (and of course Neill and Diakite!) croxley46
  • Score: 2

8:06pm Wed 14 May 14

allgood says...

At the end of the game all the Liverpool fans stayed in the ground and gave our team a huge ovation as they did a lap of honour with Z cars blasting out of the speakers.
At the end of the game all the Liverpool fans stayed in the ground and gave our team a huge ovation as they did a lap of honour with Z cars blasting out of the speakers. allgood
  • Score: 2

8:30pm Wed 14 May 14

gloryhornet4 says...

croxley46 wrote:
neilhorn wrote:
tommy gunn wrote:
I guess the feat of finishing runners up in the first season following promotion to the top league will probably never be repeated.
To be fair, Forest won the league the season after going up in 3rd place 4 years earlier. Now THAT never will be beat.
Yeah I remember GT getting on the tannoy and telling everyone off, such as strong character, hard to imagine Arsene Wenger getting on the PA to have a go during a match
Talking about Wenger, why did he recall Hector Bellerin early from his extended loan spell with us this season, then never play him for Arsenal ?
I was quite impressed with him, certainly better than Park (who?!) and the Chelsea loanee McEachran (and of course Neill and Diakite!)
I think sometimes a player says something in private to his parent club and then follows an excuse to call the player back.

I think we got McE as a sop for NC not coming. It was a bit like we have run out of champagne , would you like a mug of bovril?
[quote][p][bold]croxley46[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]neilhorn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]tommy gunn[/bold] wrote: I guess the feat of finishing runners up in the first season following promotion to the top league will probably never be repeated.[/p][/quote]To be fair, Forest won the league the season after going up in 3rd place 4 years earlier. Now THAT never will be beat. Yeah I remember GT getting on the tannoy and telling everyone off, such as strong character, hard to imagine Arsene Wenger getting on the PA to have a go during a match[/p][/quote]Talking about Wenger, why did he recall Hector Bellerin early from his extended loan spell with us this season, then never play him for Arsenal ? I was quite impressed with him, certainly better than Park (who?!) and the Chelsea loanee McEachran (and of course Neill and Diakite!)[/p][/quote]I think sometimes a player says something in private to his parent club and then follows an excuse to call the player back. I think we got McE as a sop for NC not coming. It was a bit like we have run out of champagne , would you like a mug of bovril? gloryhornet4
  • Score: 1

10:45pm Wed 14 May 14

matey_from_brighton says...

allgood wrote:
At the end of the game all the Liverpool fans stayed in the ground and gave our team a huge ovation as they did a lap of honour with Z cars blasting out of the speakers.
Good comment allgood and although Liverpool have a lot of hangers on as expected I do think the genuine scousers are some of the best fans around. They also applauded us off the pitch at Anfield when we lost 3-1 (in same season we finished 2nd) and when we won 1-0 with GT in 2000. No way in the world Man U or any other London club (pun intended) would do that.
[quote][p][bold]allgood[/bold] wrote: At the end of the game all the Liverpool fans stayed in the ground and gave our team a huge ovation as they did a lap of honour with Z cars blasting out of the speakers.[/p][/quote]Good comment allgood and although Liverpool have a lot of hangers on as expected I do think the genuine scousers are some of the best fans around. They also applauded us off the pitch at Anfield when we lost 3-1 (in same season we finished 2nd) and when we won 1-0 with GT in 2000. No way in the world Man U or any other London club (pun intended) would do that. matey_from_brighton
  • Score: 2

11:19pm Wed 14 May 14

Roger Joslyn says...

Wasn't it Nigel Callaghan's debut as well? I remember Tom Walley arranging an additional "bench" over the other side from the Main Stand (old East stand) near the dog track on the Shrodell's side so he could give instructions to young Nigel. Wouldn't be allowed to do that nowadays!
Wasn't it Nigel Callaghan's debut as well? I remember Tom Walley arranging an additional "bench" over the other side from the Main Stand (old East stand) near the dog track on the Shrodell's side so he could give instructions to young Nigel. Wouldn't be allowed to do that nowadays! Roger Joslyn
  • Score: 1

12:02am Thu 15 May 14

matey_from_brighton says...

gloryhornet4 wrote:
Admission price for this game just £2.
FA Cup Final 1984 £5.

That is why I hate the greedy baskets that have taken our sport and held us to ransom to watch it.

When we get to play Man City in the F A Cup we were played a side that had an over spend on the fair play rules of more than in cost to run Watford FC for a whole decade.

Less we forget we have finished higher up in the league than Spurs in the last 30 years and our chairman did not sack his manager thinking his team has a God given right to be in the Champions League.

Watford did not qualify for the Champions League for 1983/4 as the dictionary definition then did not say a Champion are someone who finishes 4th!

Maybe one day soon we will be toe to toe with those greedy baskets.

To that match, brill goal from Martin Patching and I thought Grobbbelaaaar pushed Luther's goal into his own net. Guess the more you save the less you win.

When Watford returned to the top flight and won 1-0 at Anfield GT was asked what it felt like to beat Liverpool as when Watford were last in the top flight we lost to Liverpool in every game. GT said something along the lines - we beat them on the final day of our first season for starters - and it was not the only time so I guess my memory is better than yours.
good point about finishing higher than Spurs in last 30 years and don't forget to mention when you get a chance HIGHER than West Ham have ever finished. Probably higher than either of them ever will in our life times. I remember the majority of the crowd were still on the terrace just waiting for the result that Notts Co beat Man U to enable us to finish as runners up. Happy days.
[quote][p][bold]gloryhornet4[/bold] wrote: Admission price for this game just £2. FA Cup Final 1984 £5. That is why I hate the greedy baskets that have taken our sport and held us to ransom to watch it. When we get to play Man City in the F A Cup we were played a side that had an over spend on the fair play rules of more than in cost to run Watford FC for a whole decade. Less we forget we have finished higher up in the league than Spurs in the last 30 years and our chairman did not sack his manager thinking his team has a God given right to be in the Champions League. Watford did not qualify for the Champions League for 1983/4 as the dictionary definition then did not say a Champion are someone who finishes 4th! Maybe one day soon we will be toe to toe with those greedy baskets. To that match, brill goal from Martin Patching and I thought Grobbbelaaaar pushed Luther's goal into his own net. Guess the more you save the less you win. When Watford returned to the top flight and won 1-0 at Anfield GT was asked what it felt like to beat Liverpool as when Watford were last in the top flight we lost to Liverpool in every game. GT said something along the lines - we beat them on the final day of our first season for starters - and it was not the only time so I guess my memory is better than yours.[/p][/quote]good point about finishing higher than Spurs in last 30 years and don't forget to mention when you get a chance HIGHER than West Ham have ever finished. Probably higher than either of them ever will in our life times. I remember the majority of the crowd were still on the terrace just waiting for the result that Notts Co beat Man U to enable us to finish as runners up. Happy days. matey_from_brighton
  • Score: 2

10:49am Thu 15 May 14

gloryhornet4 says...

matey_from_brighton wrote:
gloryhornet4 wrote:
Admission price for this game just £2.
FA Cup Final 1984 £5.

That is why I hate the greedy baskets that have taken our sport and held us to ransom to watch it.

When we get to play Man City in the F A Cup we were played a side that had an over spend on the fair play rules of more than in cost to run Watford FC for a whole decade.

Less we forget we have finished higher up in the league than Spurs in the last 30 years and our chairman did not sack his manager thinking his team has a God given right to be in the Champions League.

Watford did not qualify for the Champions League for 1983/4 as the dictionary definition then did not say a Champion are someone who finishes 4th!

Maybe one day soon we will be toe to toe with those greedy baskets.

To that match, brill goal from Martin Patching and I thought Grobbbelaaaar pushed Luther's goal into his own net. Guess the more you save the less you win.

When Watford returned to the top flight and won 1-0 at Anfield GT was asked what it felt like to beat Liverpool as when Watford were last in the top flight we lost to Liverpool in every game. GT said something along the lines - we beat them on the final day of our first season for starters - and it was not the only time so I guess my memory is better than yours.
good point about finishing higher than Spurs in last 30 years and don't forget to mention when you get a chance HIGHER than West Ham have ever finished. Probably higher than either of them ever will in our life times. I remember the majority of the crowd were still on the terrace just waiting for the result that Notts Co beat Man U to enable us to finish as runners up. Happy days.
matey -

Thanks about West ham (which I had forgotten) - my mind was on the sacking of Tim Sherwood who I think was sacked because he told the truth about Spurs - they had found their level - 6th and 5th in a good year.

Yes, re Man U result. I remember a newspaper article where the then Man U manager had a spread in I think in the Feb that said they conceded the title to Liverpool. That really p155ed me off as Watford were second and so they had no right as not second, was to me so ill mannered as it was not their race to concede.
[quote][p][bold]matey_from_brighton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]gloryhornet4[/bold] wrote: Admission price for this game just £2. FA Cup Final 1984 £5. That is why I hate the greedy baskets that have taken our sport and held us to ransom to watch it. When we get to play Man City in the F A Cup we were played a side that had an over spend on the fair play rules of more than in cost to run Watford FC for a whole decade. Less we forget we have finished higher up in the league than Spurs in the last 30 years and our chairman did not sack his manager thinking his team has a God given right to be in the Champions League. Watford did not qualify for the Champions League for 1983/4 as the dictionary definition then did not say a Champion are someone who finishes 4th! Maybe one day soon we will be toe to toe with those greedy baskets. To that match, brill goal from Martin Patching and I thought Grobbbelaaaar pushed Luther's goal into his own net. Guess the more you save the less you win. When Watford returned to the top flight and won 1-0 at Anfield GT was asked what it felt like to beat Liverpool as when Watford were last in the top flight we lost to Liverpool in every game. GT said something along the lines - we beat them on the final day of our first season for starters - and it was not the only time so I guess my memory is better than yours.[/p][/quote]good point about finishing higher than Spurs in last 30 years and don't forget to mention when you get a chance HIGHER than West Ham have ever finished. Probably higher than either of them ever will in our life times. I remember the majority of the crowd were still on the terrace just waiting for the result that Notts Co beat Man U to enable us to finish as runners up. Happy days.[/p][/quote]matey - Thanks about West ham (which I had forgotten) - my mind was on the sacking of Tim Sherwood who I think was sacked because he told the truth about Spurs - they had found their level - 6th and 5th in a good year. Yes, re Man U result. I remember a newspaper article where the then Man U manager had a spread in I think in the Feb that said they conceded the title to Liverpool. That really p155ed me off as Watford were second and so they had no right as not second, was to me so ill mannered as it was not their race to concede. gloryhornet4
  • Score: 1

11:17am Thu 15 May 14

micksolly says...

Roger Joslyn wrote:
Wasn't it Nigel Callaghan's debut as well? I remember Tom Walley arranging an additional "bench" over the other side from the Main Stand (old East stand) near the dog track on the Shrodell's side so he could give instructions to young Nigel. Wouldn't be allowed to do that nowadays!
I think Cally made his debut in the Southampton 7-1 cup tie, came on as a sub and scored a goal with his first touch. Fantastic times I remember GT giving us a rollicking at the match and I must confess that in the circumstances I enjoyed Pleat running on the pitch at Maine Road.
[quote][p][bold]Roger Joslyn[/bold] wrote: Wasn't it Nigel Callaghan's debut as well? I remember Tom Walley arranging an additional "bench" over the other side from the Main Stand (old East stand) near the dog track on the Shrodell's side so he could give instructions to young Nigel. Wouldn't be allowed to do that nowadays![/p][/quote]I think Cally made his debut in the Southampton 7-1 cup tie, came on as a sub and scored a goal with his first touch. Fantastic times I remember GT giving us a rollicking at the match and I must confess that in the circumstances I enjoyed Pleat running on the pitch at Maine Road. micksolly
  • Score: 1

8:35am Fri 16 May 14

matey_from_brighton says...

gloryhornet4 wrote:
matey_from_brighton wrote:
gloryhornet4 wrote:
Admission price for this game just £2.
FA Cup Final 1984 £5.

That is why I hate the greedy baskets that have taken our sport and held us to ransom to watch it.

When we get to play Man City in the F A Cup we were played a side that had an over spend on the fair play rules of more than in cost to run Watford FC for a whole decade.

Less we forget we have finished higher up in the league than Spurs in the last 30 years and our chairman did not sack his manager thinking his team has a God given right to be in the Champions League.

Watford did not qualify for the Champions League for 1983/4 as the dictionary definition then did not say a Champion are someone who finishes 4th!

Maybe one day soon we will be toe to toe with those greedy baskets.

To that match, brill goal from Martin Patching and I thought Grobbbelaaaar pushed Luther's goal into his own net. Guess the more you save the less you win.

When Watford returned to the top flight and won 1-0 at Anfield GT was asked what it felt like to beat Liverpool as when Watford were last in the top flight we lost to Liverpool in every game. GT said something along the lines - we beat them on the final day of our first season for starters - and it was not the only time so I guess my memory is better than yours.
good point about finishing higher than Spurs in last 30 years and don't forget to mention when you get a chance HIGHER than West Ham have ever finished. Probably higher than either of them ever will in our life times. I remember the majority of the crowd were still on the terrace just waiting for the result that Notts Co beat Man U to enable us to finish as runners up. Happy days.
matey -

Thanks about West ham (which I had forgotten) - my mind was on the sacking of Tim Sherwood who I think was sacked because he told the truth about Spurs - they had found their level - 6th and 5th in a good year.

Yes, re Man U result. I remember a newspaper article where the then Man U manager had a spread in I think in the Feb that said they conceded the title to Liverpool. That really p155ed me off as Watford were second and so they had no right as not second, was to me so ill mannered as it was not their race to concede.
Funny what things stick in your mind, but yeah at the time we had just as much chance of winning the title as Man U did - albeit very little with such a dominant Liverpool.
[quote][p][bold]gloryhornet4[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]matey_from_brighton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]gloryhornet4[/bold] wrote: Admission price for this game just £2. FA Cup Final 1984 £5. That is why I hate the greedy baskets that have taken our sport and held us to ransom to watch it. When we get to play Man City in the F A Cup we were played a side that had an over spend on the fair play rules of more than in cost to run Watford FC for a whole decade. Less we forget we have finished higher up in the league than Spurs in the last 30 years and our chairman did not sack his manager thinking his team has a God given right to be in the Champions League. Watford did not qualify for the Champions League for 1983/4 as the dictionary definition then did not say a Champion are someone who finishes 4th! Maybe one day soon we will be toe to toe with those greedy baskets. To that match, brill goal from Martin Patching and I thought Grobbbelaaaar pushed Luther's goal into his own net. Guess the more you save the less you win. When Watford returned to the top flight and won 1-0 at Anfield GT was asked what it felt like to beat Liverpool as when Watford were last in the top flight we lost to Liverpool in every game. GT said something along the lines - we beat them on the final day of our first season for starters - and it was not the only time so I guess my memory is better than yours.[/p][/quote]good point about finishing higher than Spurs in last 30 years and don't forget to mention when you get a chance HIGHER than West Ham have ever finished. Probably higher than either of them ever will in our life times. I remember the majority of the crowd were still on the terrace just waiting for the result that Notts Co beat Man U to enable us to finish as runners up. Happy days.[/p][/quote]matey - Thanks about West ham (which I had forgotten) - my mind was on the sacking of Tim Sherwood who I think was sacked because he told the truth about Spurs - they had found their level - 6th and 5th in a good year. Yes, re Man U result. I remember a newspaper article where the then Man U manager had a spread in I think in the Feb that said they conceded the title to Liverpool. That really p155ed me off as Watford were second and so they had no right as not second, was to me so ill mannered as it was not their race to concede.[/p][/quote]Funny what things stick in your mind, but yeah at the time we had just as much chance of winning the title as Man U did - albeit very little with such a dominant Liverpool. matey_from_brighton
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