Clarets boss set to increase focus on hunt for new talent

Sean Dyche

Sean Dyche

First published in Sport Lancashire Telegraph: Photograph of the Author by , Burnley FC reporter

SEAN Dyche intends to use Burnley’s Premier League platform as a means to boost the club’s scouting structure.

The Clarets boss reshuffled the club’s recruitment set-up soon after his appointment in October 2012 to have a bigger network of scouts on location to assess future opponents and scour the divisions for hidding gems on a budget.

Dyche will get his biggest transfer kitty in management this summer, after operating with restricted funds at both Watford and Burnley.

And while he has already set to work on targets to boost Burnley’s squad as they prepare for a return to the top flight, the Turf Moor chief is also looking for long-term benefits.

“We’ve been doing it for the last 18 months,” said Dyche when asked if he was looking to develop the club’s scouting network.

“It needs pushing further of course, but a lot of different things now open up.

“We’ve done a lot of work with the analysis side, we’ll add to that; the sports science side, we’ll add to that.

“The finance does give you the support to add to the background stuff.

“That’s a given really. There are things that will be put in process that will improve everything, gear us up to at least be competitive and give us every chance of being.”

Dyche will be monitoring the bottom end of the Premier League picture looking for options to cherry-pick from relegated teams, while also mindful of the need to finalise the futures of his existing players, with eight players out of contract.

Danny Lafferty, Michael Duff, Junior Stanislas, David Edgar, Luke O’Neill, Chris Baird, Brian Stock and Keith Treacy are all reaching the end of their current deals, while the loan spell of Michael Kightly will also come to an end in May.

“Everything will be looked at softly now but firming up as we get the last game complete,” said Dyche in reference to players staying or going.

Of the possibility of offering Kightly a permanent move, after he scored his third goal in as many games to secure the win over Ipswich Town on Saturday, the Burnley boss added: “We need to see. We need to let the dust settle and things calm down and everyone makes sense of it all.”

Meanwhile, Burnley signed off their home campaign by wearing a replica of their FA Cup winning kit to mark the 100th anniversary of their solo triumph in the final.

“It was a good idea. I’ve learnt more about the rich history of this club, and it’s obviously a very fitting season,” said Dyche.

“There have been so many positives this season it’s hard to remember them all.

“There have been so many historical markers, so many breakthroughs with results against teams who we don’t do well against. I think there were seven. I’ve never been to a club where suddenly there are seven teams you never do well against. That’s a strange one to me, but we turned around a lot of them and delivered well enough to get as many points as we can and got enough to get over the line.”

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9:41am Tue 29 Apr 14

Dublin Claret says...

From a struggling championship side to the best Clarets team in over 40 years.
In Sean we trust.
From a struggling championship side to the best Clarets team in over 40 years. In Sean we trust. Dublin Claret
  • Score: 14

9:49am Tue 29 Apr 14

Super_Clarets says...

No one better to decide on our future direction that Dyche. He is laying the foundations to enable Burnley to make the step up to being a Premier League club for years to come. Who would not want to play for such a manager? It is a tough job but I believe Dyche will recruit the quality needed to keep us safe next season.

To read the desperate no-dad comments regarding Burnley dropping straight back down with the lowest Premier League points total in history shows just how worried they are about our progress and bright future.

What goes around comes around.

Ginger Mourinho? Nonsense. Jose Mourinho is the silver Dyche.
No one better to decide on our future direction that Dyche. He is laying the foundations to enable Burnley to make the step up to being a Premier League club for years to come. Who would not want to play for such a manager? It is a tough job but I believe Dyche will recruit the quality needed to keep us safe next season. To read the desperate no-dad comments regarding Burnley dropping straight back down with the lowest Premier League points total in history shows just how worried they are about our progress and bright future. What goes around comes around. Ginger Mourinho? Nonsense. Jose Mourinho is the silver Dyche. Super_Clarets
  • Score: 17

10:38am Tue 29 Apr 14

Fan@clared says...

Super_Clarets wrote:
No one better to decide on our future direction that Dyche. He is laying the foundations to enable Burnley to make the step up to being a Premier League club for years to come. Who would not want to play for such a manager? It is a tough job but I believe Dyche will recruit the quality needed to keep us safe next season.

To read the desperate no-dad comments regarding Burnley dropping straight back down with the lowest Premier League points total in history shows just how worried they are about our progress and bright future.

What goes around comes around.

Ginger Mourinho? Nonsense. Jose Mourinho is the silver Dyche.
Actually Mourinho is more negative and Chelsea have spent what – a billion on players? I would like to see what success he would have at Turf Moor. And Dyche is much less contentious.
[quote][p][bold]Super_Clarets[/bold] wrote: No one better to decide on our future direction that Dyche. He is laying the foundations to enable Burnley to make the step up to being a Premier League club for years to come. Who would not want to play for such a manager? It is a tough job but I believe Dyche will recruit the quality needed to keep us safe next season. To read the desperate no-dad comments regarding Burnley dropping straight back down with the lowest Premier League points total in history shows just how worried they are about our progress and bright future. What goes around comes around. Ginger Mourinho? Nonsense. Jose Mourinho is the silver Dyche.[/p][/quote]Actually Mourinho is more negative and Chelsea have spent what – a billion on players? I would like to see what success he would have at Turf Moor. And Dyche is much less contentious. Fan@clared
  • Score: 8

11:11am Tue 29 Apr 14

jim 2012 says...

the football mercenaries will be lining up at the door as we speak
the football mercenaries will be lining up at the door as we speak jim 2012
  • Score: -5

11:58am Tue 29 Apr 14

FCBurnley says...

jim 2012 wrote:
the football mercenaries will be lining up at the door as we speak
Correct. But unlike Rovers we wont fall for it. Danny Murphy et al
[quote][p][bold]jim 2012[/bold] wrote: the football mercenaries will be lining up at the door as we speak[/p][/quote]Correct. But unlike Rovers we wont fall for it. Danny Murphy et al FCBurnley
  • Score: 5

1:32pm Tue 29 Apr 14

garry_stockton says...

Ginger will ensure we get the right mixture of Youth/Experience, no journey men, no prima donnas, no slapped arses, just lads who want to play for Burnley FC. The thought of BFC entertaining the likes of Tom Ince?? Wilfrid Saha, Tom Cleverley, would be disatrous for a collective unit like Dyche has built. Some names we will not have heard of , but come on lets give the new kids on the block a break they have to start somewhere, I see another little gem coming along...............
..Up the Clarets
Ginger will ensure we get the right mixture of Youth/Experience, no journey men, no prima donnas, no slapped arses, just lads who want to play for Burnley FC. The thought of BFC entertaining the likes of Tom Ince?? Wilfrid Saha, Tom Cleverley, would be disatrous for a collective unit like Dyche has built. Some names we will not have heard of , but come on lets give the new kids on the block a break they have to start somewhere, I see another little gem coming along............... ..Up the Clarets garry_stockton
  • Score: 4

1:50pm Tue 29 Apr 14

jim 2012 says...

FCBurnley wrote:
jim 2012 wrote:
the football mercenaries will be lining up at the door as we speak
Correct. But unlike Rovers we wont fall for it. Danny Murphy et al
you will have to pay what football agents and clubs say a player is worth
if want to try and keep burnley in the premier league
you can not bring in free transfers and loans and hope to stay in the best league in the word you have to spend money you can fail if you do
and fail if you don't there are no gimmies in the premier league
BUT GOOD LUCK
[quote][p][bold]FCBurnley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jim 2012[/bold] wrote: the football mercenaries will be lining up at the door as we speak[/p][/quote]Correct. But unlike Rovers we wont fall for it. Danny Murphy et al[/p][/quote]you will have to pay what football agents and clubs say a player is worth if want to try and keep burnley in the premier league you can not bring in free transfers and loans and hope to stay in the best league in the word you have to spend money you can fail if you do and fail if you don't there are no gimmies in the premier league BUT GOOD LUCK jim 2012
  • Score: 2

2:18pm Tue 29 Apr 14

houseclaret says...

I agree with the above comment apart from the "best league in the world" hype. The Prem has half a dozen very good teams at the top (who still have difficulty mixing it with the best of Europe) with the rest scrapping away just to avoid relegation. We can't hold a candle to the Bundesliga at the moment and I don't think we are any better than Spain or Italy. For anyone who doesn't take an interest in it I suggest taking a look at Brazil and Argentina also. Before anyone comes up with the "why does everyone want to play here" argument it's simply the ridiculous amounts of money available to them.
I'm glad we have made the Prem and I know it will be a struggle but let's not give in to the media hype about our top division. Just because it's English doesn't make it the best by default. The fact is for competition our Championship is more entertaining.
I just hope that we don't break the bank trying to stay in it (I'm sure our directors and Mr Dyche won't let that happen though).
I agree with the above comment apart from the "best league in the world" hype. The Prem has half a dozen very good teams at the top (who still have difficulty mixing it with the best of Europe) with the rest scrapping away just to avoid relegation. We can't hold a candle to the Bundesliga at the moment and I don't think we are any better than Spain or Italy. For anyone who doesn't take an interest in it I suggest taking a look at Brazil and Argentina also. Before anyone comes up with the "why does everyone want to play here" argument it's simply the ridiculous amounts of money available to them. I'm glad we have made the Prem and I know it will be a struggle but let's not give in to the media hype about our top division. Just because it's English doesn't make it the best by default. The fact is for competition our Championship is more entertaining. I just hope that we don't break the bank trying to stay in it (I'm sure our directors and Mr Dyche won't let that happen though). houseclaret
  • Score: 2

3:35pm Tue 29 Apr 14

jim 2012 says...

garry_stockton wrote:
Ginger will ensure we get the right mixture of Youth/Experience, no journey men, no prima donnas, no slapped arses, just lads who want to play for Burnley FC. The thought of BFC entertaining the likes of Tom Ince?? Wilfrid Saha, Tom Cleverley, would be disatrous for a collective unit like Dyche has built. Some names we will not have heard of , but come on lets give the new kids on the block a break they have to start somewhere, I see another little gem coming along...............

..Up the Clarets
do you not think other teams in the premier league will not come looking
at burnley's better players and put bids in for them
you had better hope you can keep the players you have got
[quote][p][bold]garry_stockton[/bold] wrote: Ginger will ensure we get the right mixture of Youth/Experience, no journey men, no prima donnas, no slapped arses, just lads who want to play for Burnley FC. The thought of BFC entertaining the likes of Tom Ince?? Wilfrid Saha, Tom Cleverley, would be disatrous for a collective unit like Dyche has built. Some names we will not have heard of , but come on lets give the new kids on the block a break they have to start somewhere, I see another little gem coming along............... ..Up the Clarets[/p][/quote]do you not think other teams in the premier league will not come looking at burnley's better players and put bids in for them you had better hope you can keep the players you have got jim 2012
  • Score: -9

4:12pm Tue 29 Apr 14

Benpupdog says...

Search for new talent? But for which club?
Judas the 2nd. Just watch !!!!
Search for new talent? But for which club? Judas the 2nd. Just watch !!!! Benpupdog
  • Score: -8

4:17pm Tue 29 Apr 14

houseclaret says...

jim 2012 wrote:
garry_stockton wrote:
Ginger will ensure we get the right mixture of Youth/Experience, no journey men, no prima donnas, no slapped arses, just lads who want to play for Burnley FC. The thought of BFC entertaining the likes of Tom Ince?? Wilfrid Saha, Tom Cleverley, would be disatrous for a collective unit like Dyche has built. Some names we will not have heard of , but come on lets give the new kids on the block a break they have to start somewhere, I see another little gem coming along...............


..Up the Clarets
do you not think other teams in the premier league will not come looking
at burnley's better players and put bids in for them
you had better hope you can keep the players you have got
I can't see that being a problem. I can't imagine Ings wanting to go to play for Big Fat Sam (if he's still got a job by then, the hammers fans hate his style of football). Dyche should be making serious moves to keep Kightly though. I don't want to lose anyone but Stanislas, Treacy and a couple of others would not be a disastrous loss. Not that they are bad players, they aren't, but we need better for survival. We need to build the team around Heaton, Trippier, Shackell, Marney, Arfield, Ings and Vokes. I think also Kightly, Mee and Barnes need to be kept (yes, I think Barnes is well worth keeping). If Rovers get desperate with FFP slapping their backsides we could get Rhodes as cover for a couple of million (wouldn't want anyone else from there though).
[quote][p][bold]jim 2012[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]garry_stockton[/bold] wrote: Ginger will ensure we get the right mixture of Youth/Experience, no journey men, no prima donnas, no slapped arses, just lads who want to play for Burnley FC. The thought of BFC entertaining the likes of Tom Ince?? Wilfrid Saha, Tom Cleverley, would be disatrous for a collective unit like Dyche has built. Some names we will not have heard of , but come on lets give the new kids on the block a break they have to start somewhere, I see another little gem coming along............... ..Up the Clarets[/p][/quote]do you not think other teams in the premier league will not come looking at burnley's better players and put bids in for them you had better hope you can keep the players you have got[/p][/quote]I can't see that being a problem. I can't imagine Ings wanting to go to play for Big Fat Sam (if he's still got a job by then, the hammers fans hate his style of football). Dyche should be making serious moves to keep Kightly though. I don't want to lose anyone but Stanislas, Treacy and a couple of others would not be a disastrous loss. Not that they are bad players, they aren't, but we need better for survival. We need to build the team around Heaton, Trippier, Shackell, Marney, Arfield, Ings and Vokes. I think also Kightly, Mee and Barnes need to be kept (yes, I think Barnes is well worth keeping). If Rovers get desperate with FFP slapping their backsides we could get Rhodes as cover for a couple of million (wouldn't want anyone else from there though). houseclaret
  • Score: 3

5:11pm Tue 29 Apr 14

Fan@clared says...

Benpupdog wrote:
Search for new talent? But for which club?
Judas the 2nd. Just watch !!!!
It’s not your worry anyway but don’t because the Directors and Manager will hold it all together at Burnley. See we don’t have owners like you lot who turn up on Thursday in Blackburn to say hello to the Queen and then do a runner to miss the match on Friday. What an absolute disgrace and slap in the face to those fans who pay to watch every home game. Maybe the 0-0 with Yeovil put them off but let’s face it they do not like Blackburn and they do not like football. Unusual for Indian business people but they dropped a right clanger buying you lot. Then again last time they attended they were attacked. All in all you can say they don’t give a flying F*#k about Rovers and will sell soon leaving behind a right mess.
[quote][p][bold]Benpupdog[/bold] wrote: Search for new talent? But for which club? Judas the 2nd. Just watch !!!![/p][/quote]It’s not your worry anyway but don’t because the Directors and Manager will hold it all together at Burnley. See we don’t have owners like you lot who turn up on Thursday in Blackburn to say hello to the Queen and then do a runner to miss the match on Friday. What an absolute disgrace and slap in the face to those fans who pay to watch every home game. Maybe the 0-0 with Yeovil put them off but let’s face it they do not like Blackburn and they do not like football. Unusual for Indian business people but they dropped a right clanger buying you lot. Then again last time they attended they were attacked. All in all you can say they don’t give a flying F*#k about Rovers and will sell soon leaving behind a right mess. Fan@clared
  • Score: 4

5:19pm Tue 29 Apr 14

Super_Clarets says...

Agree with the above.

Got to keep the basis of the first team and add that bit of extra quality to central defence, central midfield and out wide. Again with Vokes likely to be recuperating well beyond the start of the new season and possibly towards year end we could take a look at Rhodes. Of course he's untested at the top level but he's shown he's got some raw talent by single handedly keeping Blackburn Rovers in the Championship for two seasons running. A bit of magic from Mr Dyche could help him step up to our level until Vokes is fully fit. Also agree that no other player from Rovers is worth a second look.

I believe Dyche may pick out one or two players from the bottom end of the championship and perhaps a surprise or two from elsewhere. One thing is for certain he will have players from far and wide wanting to play for him, as its clear to see this is a manager who is going places.

Kightly will hopefully make his move permanent having already said he see's no future with Stoke.
Agree with the above. Got to keep the basis of the first team and add that bit of extra quality to central defence, central midfield and out wide. Again with Vokes likely to be recuperating well beyond the start of the new season and possibly towards year end we could take a look at Rhodes. Of course he's untested at the top level but he's shown he's got some raw talent by single handedly keeping Blackburn Rovers in the Championship for two seasons running. A bit of magic from Mr Dyche could help him step up to our level until Vokes is fully fit. Also agree that no other player from Rovers is worth a second look. I believe Dyche may pick out one or two players from the bottom end of the championship and perhaps a surprise or two from elsewhere. One thing is for certain he will have players from far and wide wanting to play for him, as its clear to see this is a manager who is going places. Kightly will hopefully make his move permanent having already said he see's no future with Stoke. Super_Clarets
  • Score: 4

9:18pm Tue 29 Apr 14

noddy57 says...

Have you not heard the latest rumour about Newcastle,s search for a new manager ? do l need to mention names ?.
Have you not heard the latest rumour about Newcastle,s search for a new manager ? do l need to mention names ?. noddy57
  • Score: -3

9:34pm Tue 29 Apr 14

RobH2O says...

noddy57 wrote:
Have you not heard the latest rumour about Newcastle,s search for a new manager ? do l need to mention names ?.
Work for Mike Ashley? Dyche won't be.
[quote][p][bold]noddy57[/bold] wrote: Have you not heard the latest rumour about Newcastle,s search for a new manager ? do l need to mention names ?.[/p][/quote]Work for Mike Ashley? Dyche won't be. RobH2O
  • Score: 4

10:37pm Tue 29 Apr 14

look.up.blackburn. says...

noddy57 wrote:
Have you not heard the latest rumour about Newcastle,s search for a new manager ? do l need to mention names ?.
Getting rather desperate now aren't we noddy.

Look its too late, its already happened, we've beat you, we've gone up, you're staying down, accept it, move on.
[quote][p][bold]noddy57[/bold] wrote: Have you not heard the latest rumour about Newcastle,s search for a new manager ? do l need to mention names ?.[/p][/quote]Getting rather desperate now aren't we noddy. Look its too late, its already happened, we've beat you, we've gone up, you're staying down, accept it, move on. look.up.blackburn.
  • Score: 5

12:35pm Wed 30 Apr 14

TurfMoorTom says...

houseclaret wrote:
I agree with the above comment apart from the "best league in the world" hype. The Prem has half a dozen very good teams at the top (who still have difficulty mixing it with the best of Europe) with the rest scrapping away just to avoid relegation. We can't hold a candle to the Bundesliga at the moment and I don't think we are any better than Spain or Italy. For anyone who doesn't take an interest in it I suggest taking a look at Brazil and Argentina also. Before anyone comes up with the "why does everyone want to play here" argument it's simply the ridiculous amounts of money available to them.
I'm glad we have made the Prem and I know it will be a struggle but let's not give in to the media hype about our top division. Just because it's English doesn't make it the best by default. The fact is for competition our Championship is more entertaining.
I just hope that we don't break the bank trying to stay in it (I'm sure our directors and Mr Dyche won't let that happen though).
For once I completely agree with every word of this. Only takes Mr Dyche to leave and turmoil beckons. Whats the average length of service for managers these days?
[quote][p][bold]houseclaret[/bold] wrote: I agree with the above comment apart from the "best league in the world" hype. The Prem has half a dozen very good teams at the top (who still have difficulty mixing it with the best of Europe) with the rest scrapping away just to avoid relegation. We can't hold a candle to the Bundesliga at the moment and I don't think we are any better than Spain or Italy. For anyone who doesn't take an interest in it I suggest taking a look at Brazil and Argentina also. Before anyone comes up with the "why does everyone want to play here" argument it's simply the ridiculous amounts of money available to them. I'm glad we have made the Prem and I know it will be a struggle but let's not give in to the media hype about our top division. Just because it's English doesn't make it the best by default. The fact is for competition our Championship is more entertaining. I just hope that we don't break the bank trying to stay in it (I'm sure our directors and Mr Dyche won't let that happen though).[/p][/quote]For once I completely agree with every word of this. Only takes Mr Dyche to leave and turmoil beckons. Whats the average length of service for managers these days? TurfMoorTom
  • Score: 0

12:37pm Wed 30 Apr 14

TurfMoorTom says...

look.up.blackburn. wrote:
noddy57 wrote:
Have you not heard the latest rumour about Newcastle,s search for a new manager ? do l need to mention names ?.
Getting rather desperate now aren't we noddy.

Look its too late, its already happened, we've beat you, we've gone up, you're staying down, accept it, move on.
To be fair, we beat them ONCE. Will we stay up??
[quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]noddy57[/bold] wrote: Have you not heard the latest rumour about Newcastle,s search for a new manager ? do l need to mention names ?.[/p][/quote]Getting rather desperate now aren't we noddy. Look its too late, its already happened, we've beat you, we've gone up, you're staying down, accept it, move on.[/p][/quote]To be fair, we beat them ONCE. Will we stay up?? TurfMoorTom
  • Score: -1

12:44pm Wed 30 Apr 14

RobH2O says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
look.up.blackburn. wrote:
noddy57 wrote:
Have you not heard the latest rumour about Newcastle,s search for a new manager ? do l need to mention names ?.
Getting rather desperate now aren't we noddy.

Look its too late, its already happened, we've beat you, we've gone up, you're staying down, accept it, move on.
To be fair, we beat them ONCE. Will we stay up??
BRFC The Peoples Champions is back, taking time away from the psychiatrists couch. Tell us all master-blaster what exactly is the link in your troubled little mind between Burnley beating Rovers only once, and in a new season playing different sides, equating that with staying up or not? Brace yourselves for utter drivel everyone!
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]look.up.blackburn.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]noddy57[/bold] wrote: Have you not heard the latest rumour about Newcastle,s search for a new manager ? do l need to mention names ?.[/p][/quote]Getting rather desperate now aren't we noddy. Look its too late, its already happened, we've beat you, we've gone up, you're staying down, accept it, move on.[/p][/quote]To be fair, we beat them ONCE. Will we stay up??[/p][/quote]BRFC The Peoples Champions is back, taking time away from the psychiatrists couch. Tell us all master-blaster what exactly is the link in your troubled little mind between Burnley beating Rovers only once, and in a new season playing different sides, equating that with staying up or not? Brace yourselves for utter drivel everyone! RobH2O
  • Score: 2

12:47pm Wed 30 Apr 14

RobH2O says...

TurfMoorTom wrote:
houseclaret wrote:
I agree with the above comment apart from the "best league in the world" hype. The Prem has half a dozen very good teams at the top (who still have difficulty mixing it with the best of Europe) with the rest scrapping away just to avoid relegation. We can't hold a candle to the Bundesliga at the moment and I don't think we are any better than Spain or Italy. For anyone who doesn't take an interest in it I suggest taking a look at Brazil and Argentina also. Before anyone comes up with the "why does everyone want to play here" argument it's simply the ridiculous amounts of money available to them.
I'm glad we have made the Prem and I know it will be a struggle but let's not give in to the media hype about our top division. Just because it's English doesn't make it the best by default. The fact is for competition our Championship is more entertaining.
I just hope that we don't break the bank trying to stay in it (I'm sure our directors and Mr Dyche won't let that happen though).
For once I completely agree with every word of this. Only takes Mr Dyche to leave and turmoil beckons. Whats the average length of service for managers these days?
And what number on your wish-list is Mr Dyche's departure from Burnley, oh troubled one?
[quote][p][bold]TurfMoorTom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]houseclaret[/bold] wrote: I agree with the above comment apart from the "best league in the world" hype. The Prem has half a dozen very good teams at the top (who still have difficulty mixing it with the best of Europe) with the rest scrapping away just to avoid relegation. We can't hold a candle to the Bundesliga at the moment and I don't think we are any better than Spain or Italy. For anyone who doesn't take an interest in it I suggest taking a look at Brazil and Argentina also. Before anyone comes up with the "why does everyone want to play here" argument it's simply the ridiculous amounts of money available to them. I'm glad we have made the Prem and I know it will be a struggle but let's not give in to the media hype about our top division. Just because it's English doesn't make it the best by default. The fact is for competition our Championship is more entertaining. I just hope that we don't break the bank trying to stay in it (I'm sure our directors and Mr Dyche won't let that happen though).[/p][/quote]For once I completely agree with every word of this. Only takes Mr Dyche to leave and turmoil beckons. Whats the average length of service for managers these days?[/p][/quote]And what number on your wish-list is Mr Dyche's departure from Burnley, oh troubled one? RobH2O
  • Score: 0

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