The Blues are on the lookout for a long-term successor for Seamus Coleman in that part of the pitch and have reportedly highlighted Aarons as a top target and they would have an advantage given their relationship with the Canaries and the success that Ben Godfrey has had settling straight into the first-team under Carlo Ancelotti.
However, Bayern Munich have apparently lodged a firm inquiry in the 21-year-old and there is interest from Manchester United as well.
Aarons is expected to cost around £30M if he is to leave Carrow Road in the next transfer window, which Norwich owner Delia Smith has admitted is very likely.
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1 Posted 24/02/2021 at 17:08:40
2 Posted 24/02/2021 at 17:49:05
However, he is a bit like Godfrey, head screwed on and a great attitude. I think he may want to follow given the opportunities Everton could offer him.
3 Posted 24/02/2021 at 18:23:01
We should have some money by selling Kean, whose value goes up week on week. I would also sell one of our centre-backs and I have long felt that Mina is both our most saleable and disposable asset in that area. With Keane, Holgate, Godfrey and Branthwaite (and possibly Gibson) to come back, I think we are pretty well stocked there.
4 Posted 24/02/2021 at 18:30:49
There's also a good chance of first-team football at Bayern. They have Sarr, Pavard and Sule. The latter two might well be the centre-back pairing if Alaba leaves and Boateng ages. Sarr is no great shakes. Sule really isn't a right-back at all.
So, I guess we're not looking the most likely destination. Suspect Dagba, Celik, Emerson and even the above-mentioned Williams might be more likely.
Lamptey is very good too as people will no doubt say but he'd cost circa £45M and I just can't see us spending that on a right-back. The big bucks should go on more attacking talent.
5 Posted 24/02/2021 at 18:31:26
Our right side is weak so we need a player who can play on the flanks as well (Vasquez?) as he-who-shall-not-be-named is fucking useless!
6 Posted 24/02/2021 at 18:38:07
7 Posted 24/02/2021 at 18:38:58
Aarons and maybe Buendia or other top quality midfielder in, Kean and possibly Mina out to balance the books. This business makes us way stronger. Ben Godfrey enjoying his football here will make the move a possibility. He will be likely keeping in touch with them.
I think Mina has done very well this season but we have Keane, Holgate, Godfrey and Branthwaite all centre-backs. It could be a shrewd time to cash in on Yerry whilst his stock is high to allow significant strengthening elsewhere.
I would like to see Branthwaite back in the summer and give him a cover/ cup route to the first team.
Any news on Gbamin anyone? I thought he was meant to be back in training....
8 Posted 24/02/2021 at 18:47:11
Between Mina and Kean, we could probably raise about £70M if we play hardball. Plus £2M for Iwobi, £10M for Bernard, £18M for the riffraff and – Bob's your Uncle – there's the £100M Moshiri is planning to spend!
9 Posted 24/02/2021 at 18:54:38
I'd rather not let Mina go just yet. He can keep James happy with Colombian gossip for another year while Branthwaite goes on another (but hopefully final) loan.
10 Posted 24/02/2021 at 19:29:28
We want a right back, and we want him. He is best mates with Ben Godfrey, playing for a world class manager, playing for a team that beats Liverpool. Add to that, he will be playing in a state-of-the-art stadium in a few years.
Why would he want to sign for anyone else?
11 Posted 24/02/2021 at 19:29:35
I think we stand a good chance, with Godfrey already being here.
12 Posted 24/02/2021 at 20:10:50
He lunges in and gets caught out of position, and fundamentals like man-marking are pretty much a foreign language to him at this point. He'll need an intensive year of tutelage under Professor Coleman (himself once a defensive blunder machine) before he's even an adequate Prem defender.
Colin, if we're going to sell a centre-back, I say it should be Holgate rather than Mina, but if we can I think we should keep 'em all for another season. Having that kind of depth and flexibility is a luxury we should enjoy.
13 Posted 24/02/2021 at 22:20:12
How wrong I was as what a fabulous full-back Coleman has been. Another example the other way around is Gary Neville, who was originally poor going forward and a limited footballer. However, through hard work and tactical discipline, he turned into at least a decent defender going forward.
If the talent and will is there I'm confident this Aarons will improve his defending.
14 Posted 24/02/2021 at 22:24:51
He also looks on the small side for a defender and we could lose aerial battles on that side. Although Wiki says he's 5'-10", he looks shorter than that.
Leicester signed the excellent Timothy Castagne (6' tall and a full Belgium international) for £21M, so players are out there if we scout right.
15 Posted 24/02/2021 at 22:50:48
Interesting times, and as much as anything let's see how our goalkeeper situation developed this last quarter of the season.
If Olsen stays great, but, this needs resolving soon, and could potentially mean we have another goalkeeper quest.
But I think Olsen overall, not Neville, who will be okay and when called upon has done well, and has saved us points (Leeds) and kept us in the FA Cup.
Let's see, what happens.
16 Posted 24/02/2021 at 22:52:34
17 Posted 24/02/2021 at 23:22:32
Personally I'd still swop him for a wagon wheel, but apparently we might get a bit more. It just might start taking shape this summer. What price are we for the Champions League in 2 years? Hmmmm...
18 Posted 25/02/2021 at 02:34:26
I assume you are talking about David Soria, and he is definitely not on a free -- per Transfermarkt, he's under contract to Getafe until June 2022. Fine keeper, but I never heard we were linked with him.
19 Posted 25/02/2021 at 02:54:32
20 Posted 25/02/2021 at 03:28:02
Concern has been expressed about Aaron's height. Lamptey is 5'-5"!! And looks extremely lightweight.
The Aarons saga has gone on for months now. I fail to see why people cannot understand that defence is his weakness. Of course Ben Godfrey may have put in a good word for him which would be in his favour.
21 Posted 25/02/2021 at 04:42:33
22 Posted 25/02/2021 at 04:51:41
Apologies, it's Rui Silva I was thinking of from Granada. To be fair, I know nothing about him but he's being raved about somewhat apparently.
If it's true, then it's an upgrade on Pickford and we get cash, presuming someone wants Pickford.
I digress, certainly exciting times ahead.
23 Posted 25/02/2021 at 05:13:27
My opinion of him is that he tends to overthink some situations, like tapping a ball going over the bar back into play so he could catch it rather than safety first.
Mr Ancelotti will have him work it out if he hasn't already and there seems to be few better shot-stoppers, particularly who don't slide around on their knees or attempt the splits at every occasion.
24 Posted 25/02/2021 at 06:34:17
Alan J, sorry but here's the correction: Nkounkou has never played a single game at right-back in a 48-game pro career, according to Transfermarkt. That's 43 for Marseille's B team and 5 for our first team. Somebody who has seen him for our U23s can confirm whether he's ever played anything but left-back for them, but I don't think so.
Terry #20, agree on Lamptey, especially since he's had three injuries in the last four months. You know, folks, it really is okay if we shop beyond overpriced England for our next right-back... there's plenty of less expensive talent on the Continent. Gotta be another Nkounkou over there somewhere.
25 Posted 25/02/2021 at 07:31:37
I just doubt we'll spend £35M on a right-back when we have such urgent requirements for pace and goals in the attacking third.
Dagba of PSG could well join as part of the Kean deal – and would be half the cost of Aarons (and may even prove to be the better player).
Finally, no one will buy Pickford for £30M. The clubs with that sort of money to spend already have a better keeper. Clubs with a worse keeper don't have that sort of money.
26 Posted 25/02/2021 at 08:18:45
Would they even sell to us, or would it be for the quoted fee above?
27 Posted 25/02/2021 at 09:46:48
Spurs' Lloris is getting on, is more mistake prone and getting much stick from fans.
Schmeichel at Leicester is 34, so sooner or later will need replacing.
De Gea is a shadow of his former self and probably won't last long, while Henderson is totally unproven.
The jury is still very much out on Mendy at Chelsea.
Then you've got Wolves who aren't short a penny, and their fan's No1 gripe is the aging Rui Patricio.
A decent performance from Pickford in the summer and a solid end to this season could make Pickford a very in demand keeper once again.
But I'd also state, that like with many of our players, Pickford has suffered greatly from being poorly managed and poorly coached. Something that has changed with Ancelotti. And while, maybe in the first 1/3 of the season, Pickford was below par - ever since being 'rotated' with Olsen, he's been consistently improving - with only really the Leicester game mistake being one that stands out. His performance at at the Derby could well signal a new direction in his career with us.
28 Posted 25/02/2021 at 09:51:54
I personally rate him quite high and would feel it is an excellent Coleman replacement. But then again, what do I know?
29 Posted 25/02/2021 at 09:53:30
I'm still disappointed that we've not developed Jonjoe Kenny at all this season. We'll need two for each position in the long run if we're in Europe, and someone like Kenny is a perfect ‘second' right back, given his affinity for the club.
30 Posted 25/02/2021 at 10:02:05
Kenny Tete is an interesting one, he really impressed me when they came to Goodison. Fulham picked him up for 3m from Lyon and he is on a 4 year deal, so unless there is a low buyout clause he has slipped through the net. Hes definitely a player to monitor.
Sam H or Robert had him on the watch list last summer.
31 Posted 25/02/2021 at 11:42:34
Over to Carlo and the boys.
32 Posted 25/02/2021 at 13:23:25
33 Posted 25/02/2021 at 13:53:43
34 Posted 25/02/2021 at 14:57:43
He is electric going forward, which seems to be the current vogue, which is showing up Wan Bissaka's limitations – great defender though he is.
Other than that, we should consider looking further afield. Had we ever heard of Lucas Digne before we signed him?
I also think converted wingers can make good wingbacks or full-backs. Look at Seamu. He started as a winger and gradually learned how to play full-back while retaining his forward running.
35 Posted 25/02/2021 at 15:23:47
36 Posted 25/02/2021 at 15:25:54
37 Posted 25/02/2021 at 16:00:26
The one player I'd love us to be in for is Kalvin Philips at Leeds. He looks the sort of player you could build a side around. His performance against us at Goodison is one of the best by an opposing central midfield player I can remember for a long time.
38 Posted 25/02/2021 at 16:33:33
As good as Olsen has been at shot-stopping his distribution is woeful and it has an definite impact on the way the team plays football. Pickford, as shown against Liverpool is an equally good shotstopper but also a vastly superior distributer of the ball.
This is 100% the reason why we will struggle to trade up on Pickford in the short term. Even the great white hope, Pope, is a woeful kicker of the ball and would have a negative impact on how the team plays in possession.
Absolutely open to suggestions from the Continent but there are very few available keepers who are as competent as Pickford in all areas AND as excellent with the ball at their feet. Its why Carlo picks him and its why Southgate picks him.
39 Posted 25/02/2021 at 16:47:14
If you can sell a player for good money and replace him with an equally as talented or better player for free/cheaper then it makes sense, and is something that plenty of clubs do that arent blessed with oil money owners.
Therefore for me if you can replace pickford with rui silva and reinvest in Aaron's or any other then it's just good business.
We can argue about pickford all day, if he has a good euros hes suddenly worth at least 30 mil.
Having said that I do agree with you Kris
40 Posted 25/02/2021 at 16:48:53
It's fine for Burnley to play that way and stay in the division as a consequence, but it's also self limiting.
This is why big clubs will overlook him (and Dyche too for that matter).
41 Posted 25/02/2021 at 17:14:55
42 Posted 25/02/2021 at 17:16:32
Personally, Id prefer another good ‘all rounder like Seamus. Sure Seamus wont win any style awards but hes generally done a very good job for someone trying to be in the right place at the right time at opposite ends of the pitch!
Witness our class-lacking neighbours and their succession of flash in the pan right-backs over the last decade. To my mind Arnold has now been ‘found out and their left flank is the one you really need to bottle up to bemuse them.
Ive said before that I think Reece James is the one to lust after (no chance there though) and I sincerely believe he will outshine / outlast any of his contemporaries. Like a few others, Im hoping we can pick up as good as if not better than Aarons for less than 30 million. I have to admit though that I had serious doubts about whether Grealish could consistently deliver and hes certainly changed my mind about him.
43 Posted 25/02/2021 at 17:18:00
Agree with the multiple comments on Tete, although I'd like to see more of him.
Graham #37, agreed, he's top quality, but I see zero chance Leeds would sell him. He's immensely popular there. And we do have defensive mid pretty well sorted with Allan coming back, Doucoure having a fine season and Davies improving so much.
44 Posted 25/02/2021 at 17:23:44
45 Posted 25/02/2021 at 17:26:34
Coleman would be a difficulty for him in the short term, but he's 11 years younger than Seamus. Seamus only 32, but he's an "old" 32. There's a lot of miles on the clock and a question mark over his ability to go well into his 30's due to the effects of that injury.
The issues with Aarons himself mirror those of Coleman. He's a great attacker, as alluded to above, but suspect at defending. Not quite as bad as some make out, because a lot of that is down to Norwich's tactics. Coleman learnt to defend. Aarons can learn to defend.
Holgate can defend very well, but he cannot learn how to attack like Aarons, those are skills you are born with. And for me, these are the two who I would have a long term plan for. Holgate and Aarons. We play Newcastle and Fulham, we start Aarons and attack them. We play Liverpool and City, and you go with Holgate (or Godfrey) and have defensive nous instead, cutting the cloth to fit.
But as I said, I want to see quality young players with big futures. Just a couple of signings a season, made with one eye on the academy and making sure we don't block the path of someone like Small (LB) or Onyango (CM).
As for Buendia, he's be a good replacement for Bernard. If we keep Bernard, then no we want a more out and out winger, and someone with a lot more pace. Also someone who stays in games as we have too many who drift in and out. Good player for sure, but too like Bernard and likely to cost a bit too much and we need someone with pace down the right of our front 3.
46 Posted 25/02/2021 at 17:30:13
47 Posted 25/02/2021 at 17:43:25
Answer me this, if Pickford has left his 'demons' behind him and is playing as well as we know he CAN play, i.e., 'A decent performance from in the summer and a solid end to this season' then why would we be selling him? And who would arrive for sensible money who could turn defence into attack with the accuracy that Pickford has when playing the ball out from the back?
A contender for MOTM last Saturday and let's get rid today.
48 Posted 25/02/2021 at 17:43:26
"“I would like to be there when the new stadium is opened. It will be a good achievement for me. To finish the contract here in 2024 means that you did a good job and when you do a good job the contract will not be stopped in '24. It will continue. The time I spent here is one year and I have felt really good so I would like to stay as long as possible.”
"For us it will be really important to play in Europe next season, and it means a step forward for the players, a step forward for the club. We have to work hard, because it will not be easy, a lot of teams are involved there, but I think we can compete until the end."
Ignore my first line. Carlo is always on-topic.
49 Posted 25/02/2021 at 17:44:25
50 Posted 25/02/2021 at 18:07:49
51 Posted 25/02/2021 at 20:31:27
I love Coleman, one of the club's great servants of modern times. But he had limitations.
He was excellent running with the ball, excellent in link-up play and driving into the box. He was never a crosser of the ball like Digne. He would drive (he still is one of our best dribblers of the ball) forward, he managed to run as quickly with the ball as without, and he was strong. His crossing was more about percentages – get it into the danger areas, low, driving balls. Rarely did he ping it onto an attacker's head.
Defensively, he was often weak at stopping crosses, and backed off too much. But he worked hard and would chase, harry, and hassle. This was all taught, cause, when he started, he was nothing like this.
The key to a quality full-back is what they offer in an attacking sense. Defensively, it is mainly about positional discipline, reading the game, and workrate, more than being an excellent tackler or whatever.
52 Posted 25/02/2021 at 20:35:51
I finished my post, however, stating that I think Pickford could have a great career with Everton. I do feel that it is unlikely we'd get a better keeper, and Pickford has lacked good management. He's now getting it and he is greatly improved.
53 Posted 25/02/2021 at 20:45:18
Delia was quoted as saying just last week that it is part of their plan to sell Aarons and he will go with their blessing. There is potential scope for Kenny to be part of that deal.
Buendia all day long for me, he will go all the way to the top, that lad, and would be an excellent addition with a ready-made relationship with Aarons.
Welcome back, Steve Ferns! :)
54 Posted 25/02/2021 at 20:47:44
55 Posted 25/02/2021 at 20:55:42
56 Posted 26/02/2021 at 04:05:57
It is not always good policy just to move on employees (players) just to make a profit as better teams can be produced if there is an esprit de corps, a team spirit, which is unlikely if everyone knows you'll be moved on if a quid can be made – not to mention it may promote a reluctance in possible replacements.
57 Posted 26/02/2021 at 07:31:21
Agree with those who have said "If we could see the Pickford we saw on Saturday, more consistently" then why look for another keeper? Of course there are no guarantees in football and players do have off-days too, but if he can do it more regularly... (?)
Getting back to Max Aarons, yes, he looks a great prospect but, as Mike Gaynes said, who watches a lot of games (like myself), I have also witnessed his great wing play coupled with last-ditch poor defending. For the alleged £30M, I think it's a bit crazy, to be honest. What do I know though?
I also think it would be knee-jerk to get rid of Mina, as has been suggested; okay, he is a bit 'sicknoteish' but, on his day, a good asset in both boxes. Then there is the Latin American spirit factor: if he were to move, James would likely either not be happy, his form would dip, or he would want to follow.
58 Posted 26/02/2021 at 09:18:40
59 Posted 26/02/2021 at 10:23:39
Once he addresses this, he can be a good defender. Take a lesson from Davies as well, he goes into any challenge and simply carries on. If you get clattered by a player and shrug it off, they wont do it again.
60 Posted 26/02/2021 at 10:44:26
61 Posted 26/02/2021 at 12:13:09
If I'm wrong, it could indicate that money has dictated his choice, rather than genuine ambition, to play at a Club where he would be almost guaranteed a start, if fit. Still think the figures being bandied about are excessive, for a 'prospect' whose defending is also questionable, in comparison say to Seamus, who can do both, but unfortunately can't go on forever!
Be nice if we could persuade Buendia too, but like-wise silly figures are being mentioned.
62 Posted 26/02/2021 at 20:34:26
After a few years, Jack got released and Max moved to Norwich as he wasn't getting too much game time. Luton tended to want tall athletic footballers whereas Max was diminutive.
Anyway, we've followed his career with great interest. Max was clearly the standout player in that Luton Town team! I would dearly love it if he signed for the Blues!!
63 Posted 26/02/2021 at 20:56:41
64 Posted 27/02/2021 at 08:31:16
65 Posted 27/02/2021 at 08:54:19
The £35M quoted troubled me too, but someone will probably pay £30M for him. At his young age, though, it is an investment signing who could well be more valuable in 3 or 4years at 25 or 26, or better still, develop into the country's best right-back and help Everton into the Champions League for a decade.
I'm hoping we are going to be targeting just one or two premium quality young players like Aarons who have desire, energy and burning ambition each summer window. They will be an educated gamble on obvious potential being fulfilled, it's the best way forward for Everton.
Aarons will be hungry for success and will embrace coming to Everton, especially as he will be buzzing playing alongside Godfrey. Sometimes, the chips fall into place on the ability to sign the right player at the right time, eg, Ancelotti bringing in Allan and James on very good deals that don't harm the club financially.
In a different way, the same now goes for Aarons. We need a great right back, his good friend is already here to help and encourage the move and we have the manager and the project both of which are irresistible. It's a big opportunity for us and for him.
The fly in the ointment may not be the £30M fee, it will be Aarons's perceived weaknesses. Can he improve on his current level? There have been a few question marks over his defensive side... I think it's the answers to those questions that will decide it.
You would expect that Brands has got two or three quality right-backs on the list as good alternatives. Also, Mr Ancelotti may fancy a completely different player but, because of the success of Godfrey, I'm sure he will be giving Aarons serious consideration.
66 Posted 27/02/2021 at 09:00:12
I didn't see you there as I tend to stay out of transfer chat until it becomes a reality.
Good to see you back. Good post too.
67 Posted 27/02/2021 at 09:22:43
As we are gunning for Europe, along with how injuries can hit us unexpectedly, I think we might not be that in-excess of centre-backs.
I haven't seen Aarons play, but we certainly need find a ready enough replacement to Seamus. Judging from those who have seen him, if he can fit in like Godfrey, then it's really looking up for the team.
Keane and Mina are senior centre-backs, coming into their prime (27-28 years old), while Holgate and Godfrey are young and experienced.
If only Seamus was at his peak during the 2012-15 period, that would have been quite something to behold for this team.
68 Posted 27/02/2021 at 09:33:16
I used the quote from your post as representative of the views posted by various contributors on different threads. There has been several comments all saying the same basic thing: If Pickford shows some form, ditch him for X, Y or Z.
Then, 12 months down the line, the same people would be complaining about Pope, Henderson, whoever was brought in to replace Pickford. Paper talk, I know, but Burnley have ‘put a £50M price tag on Pope'.
If Pickford continues in the form he showed versus Liverpool, he'll be wanted by Spurs, Man Utd etc. He's a very good keeper, just needs confidence.
Fran, it was your quote that perfectly summed up the views of several posters; it was not a direct criticism of you personally.
69 Posted 27/02/2021 at 09:39:41
On the matter of Max Aarons, having seen the marked improvement in a number of players at Everton since Carlo and his coaching team arrived, I have little doubt that within 6 months, any deficiencies in Aarons's natural game will have been addressed and worked on, to the extent that – as well as being a major attacking force on the right – he will also be defending well.
That, after all, is what coaches are supposed to do and I do believe that, in Carlo (and his support team), we have been blessed with one of the best in the game.
70 Posted 27/02/2021 at 09:47:16
Looks like it's a clear field for us if we want him.
71 Posted 27/02/2021 at 09:58:36
And at £35M... we could get much better.
Pickford, I'd be happy to sell but I can't see another club spending £30M on him. I disagree he's improved. He just didn't make a mistake... but we all know he will!
Pickford's better distribution is a myth. How often does he kick it straight into touch or play a poor ball to a defender who's marked?
I'm more concerned about improving our midfield and forward options with top a class winger and an attacking midfielder. We need better than Sigurdsson, Bernard, Iwobi, Gordon, Gomes to improve our first team.
72 Posted 27/02/2021 at 10:48:08
There are going to be a lot of links with right backs between now and when we actually sign one though because it's going to be a top summer priority position so get ready for the good, the bad and the ugly.
73 Posted 27/02/2021 at 11:22:23
The art of top class defending will only come with patience and time. Ally this to his given pace and skill and you can understand why he is really causing an interest from the top clubs.
74 Posted 27/02/2021 at 16:24:15
75 Posted 27/02/2021 at 16:37:42
Id imagine if you tend to phase out the good passes as background and get rabid when he does shank one then his passing probably wouldnt appear to be any good at all.
76 Posted 28/02/2021 at 04:30:36
77 Posted 28/02/2021 at 19:36:37
78 Posted 28/02/2021 at 20:50:30
79 Posted 28/02/2021 at 23:51:19
80 Posted 01/03/2021 at 16:03:11
81 Posted 02/03/2021 at 14:39:12
82 Posted 02/03/2021 at 17:13:41
83 Posted 02/03/2021 at 17:19:18
84 Posted 02/03/2021 at 17:35:52
Of course, fees are bananas anyway.
85 Posted 02/03/2021 at 17:58:38
So says the financial expert sat on his behind supping Aldi's Special Reserve Scotch style liquor!
86 Posted 02/03/2021 at 18:02:18
87 Posted 02/03/2021 at 18:12:49
Another season or two as he is playing, the value would undoubtedly rise but for now, there's still an element of taking a "Punt". PSG of course know what they would pay as a maximum; we don't! They also know we are not desperate to have him back. Other teams will have seen how he did at Everton. Again, not easy to judge.
The RS as you allude, have a history of leveraging high fees for relatively ordinary players, however they do it.
88 Posted 02/03/2021 at 18:14:20
My comments about Ald's finest were mere whimsy. At present I'm working with a fine Swedish dram, called Mackmyra. Rather lovely. Slainte!
89 Posted 02/03/2021 at 18:17:45
30m is a lot to pay for potential especially when you look at what we paid for Nkounkou and Small.
90 Posted 02/03/2021 at 18:39:23
91 Posted 02/03/2021 at 18:54:58
92 Posted 02/03/2021 at 18:59:44
Tony, I have certainly enjoyed Red Breast although, for the life of me, I can't recall the age.
A few years ago, I had the pleasure to attend a whisky / whiskey tasting day at Willington Hall in Kelsall... The host, a fanatic Millwall fan called Jim Murray, introduced us to a beautiful whiskey. Not a day over 5 years old due to climactic considerations I suppose. Amrut, distilled in Bangalore. Do try!
I find whisky helps in supporting Everton. As does meths.
93 Posted 03/03/2021 at 11:46:27
Seamus can't go on forever, Holgate isn't a natural right-back and Iwobi is shite!
94 Posted 13/03/2021 at 15:29:10
95 Posted 02/04/2021 at 12:50:02
He scored too.
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