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ALLAN FLEMING (Goalkeeper)

Squad number - 1

Allan joined Montrose in June 2016 from Angus neighbours Arbroath and only missed one match due to illness as his 18 clean sheets helped lead Montrose to the League two title in season 2017/18. His heroics in goal including breaking the club’s record for clean sheets in consecutive away matches. The 36 year old, Dunfermline born Fleming joined Kelty Hearts from Cowdenbeath in 2005 and spent nine seasons with the junior outfit. In 2014, he moved to East Fife for one season before signing for Arbroath in July 2015, making over 40 appearances for the Red Lichties. ‘Seagull’ is a big favourite with the Montrose support. Allan is now close to his 120th appearance for the Gable Endies.

 

 

AARON LENNOX (Goalkeeper)

Squad number - 21

Aaron joined Montrose in the summer of 2019 after being released by Partick Thistle, having spent the latter half of season 2018/19 on loan to Cowdenbeath. Lennox has previously played for Queens Park Rangers, Maidenhead United, Concord Rangers, Hayes & Yeading United, Aberdeen and Raith Rovers. He has represented Australia numerous times at youth level. Made 23 appearances in his first season at Links Park before signing a fresh one year contract. Age 26



 

CAMMY BALLANTYNE (Right back)

Squad number - 2

There was much delight at Links Park when Montrose announced the return of League championship winning right back Cammy after the conclusion of the 2018/19 season. The right back having spent the 2018/19 season with fellow League One side Dumbarton. Cammy originally joined United from Westwood in East Kilbride, He played with East Kilbride Youth Club before joining the youth ranks at United in 2007. He then agreed professional terms at Tannadice, signing a three year contract on June 26, 2013 and left school at Duncanrig Secondary to pursue his football career. He featured regularly for the United U20 side and the Development Squad, while also playing for Scotland at U17 level. In 2014, Cammy represented his country in the qualifying and the final stages of the U17 European Championship, reaching as far as the semi final of the tournament. He made his United first team debut as a substitute in May 2016 towards the end of the 2015-16 season and that same month, he agreed a one year contract extension. During the 2016-17 pre-season, Cammy was promoted to the first team under manager Ray McKinnon before going out on loan to Montrose for the next two seasons. Whilst at Montrose Cammy was also on the bench for Scotland U/21’s against Estonia in March 2017. Cammy deservedly picked up a League winners medal at the end of season 2017/18 and has now made over 90 appearances for the club in his four spells at the club. Age 22


 

ANDREW STEEVES (Left Back)

Squad number - 3

Andrew is now entering his sixth season at Links Park and has made over 200 appearances for the club since his arrival on loan from Forfar Athletic in March 2015. He was an ever present as Montrose won the League Two League title in season 2017/18 playing in every minute of every league match. His form that season saw him grab a place in the SPFL team of the year and SPFA team of year. Andrew spent three months out of the side after suffering a serious knee injury in the cup against Lothian Thistle in November 2015 but still went on to claim the Directors Player of the Year and Fans Favourite trophies at the end of his first full season at the club. A popular player at the club he can play both left back and central defence. The twenty five year old Dundee based player moved to Station Park after being released by St. Johnstone. He finally broke his scoring duck with the club with a 30 yard screamer in the home win over Edinburgh City in April 2017 and last season scored three times in four matches in December to pick up the League 1 Player of the Month award. His day job sees him as a coach in the Dundee United Youth Academy.

 

SEÁN DILLON (Centre half)


Squad number - 14

Montrose fought off the competition of a number of clubs in secure the signing of ex Dundee United captain Sean in June 2017 on a two-year deal until the summer of 2019. This has since been extended to May 2021. His experience was a major part in the Gable Endies securing the League title at the end of the season. Sean being another ever present in the side. ‘Dillo’ was named as the Ladbrokes League 2 player of season as well as played a place in the SPFL team of the year which was made up entirely of the Montrose defence! The Dublin born Irishman has not only have a playing role at Links Park but he is also first team coach, joining Stewart Petrie’s backroom staff. Before joining United, Dillon played for Irish teams Longford Town and Shelbourne in the League of Ireland and also represented the Republic of Ireland at U16, U21 and B international level. Moving to Scotland in January 2007, Sean became Craig Levein’s first signing and went on to make 346 appearances for the club, scoring seven goals and memorably lifting the Scottish Cup in 2010 after beating Ross County 3–0. He ended his ten year stint with Dundee United in May 2017 after a successful testimonial year and a match against Hearts. He also played his part in United’s unsuccessful attempt at a return to the Premiership after the side failed to negotiate through the end of season play offs. Age 37


 

AIDAN QUINN (Centre half)

Squad number - 17

Very promising youngster who joined Montrose in October 2019 from East of Scotland League side Heriot Watt University, where he was captain, Aidan was immediately loaned back to Heriot Watt before returning to Links Park in January. He made a memorable debut against league champions Raith Rovers at Starks Park on 25th January when he came on as a half time substitute before assisting and scoring in the 4 – 3 defeat. The 21 year old has slotted into the Montrose defence when called upon making a further five appearances before the season came to an early end. Big and powerful with great close control.

 

MATTY ALLAN (Defender)

Squad number - 4

Matty made his return to the heart of the Montrose defence last season after an injury hit 2018/19 season making over 30 appearances scoring twice. He then signed a new contract to keep him at Links Park until the summer of 2021. A versatile defender who can play at right back, sweeper or in central defence, he was part of the SPFL team of the year in season 2017/18. He joined Montrose in June 2017 after completing a two loan spells at Links Park. The 23 year old spent the first half of season 2015/16 at Links Park, featuring 15 times for Paul Hegarty’s side, and only returned to Dens Park due to injury. He returned again for season 16/17 featuring a further 13 times before being released by Dundee. Allan is a product of the Dundee youth academy who has regularly impressed in the Development League.


 

KERR WADDELL (Centre half)

Squad number - 5

Kerr signed a two year contract with Montrose in the summer of 2019 ending manager Stewart Petrie search for a replacement for Michael Bolochoweckyj. Waddell is a product of Dundee's youth academy. Having featured regularly for Dundee's U20 side, including playing in a Challenge Cup tie against Cove Rangers, Waddell was named among the substitutes for a handful of senior league games during the 2016/17 season, without making an appearance. In March 2017, Waddell, along with Dundee teammate Kyle Gourlay, signed on loan for Scottish League Two club Clyde until the end of the season. Waddell made his competitive debut for Dundee on 18 July 2017, against Raith Rovers in the Scottish League Cup. He went on to start Dundee's next three League Cup group stage matches, as the club progressed to the knockout rounds as runners-up to rivals Dundee United. Waddell scored his first goals in his senior career in a 2–1 win against Hearts. Waddell moved on loan to Scottish Championship club Greenock Morton in July 2018 and spent the season at Cappielow. On 30 June 2019, Waddell left Dundee following the expiry of his contract. An injury hit first season at Montrose saw him unable to feature after November due to injury. Age 22

 

IAIN CAMPBELL (Left back)

Squad number - 18

Was appointed coach at Links Park last season after the departure of Martyn Fotheringham the 36 year old returned to Montrose in July 2017 having originally left at the end of season 2016/17. Iain first joined Montrose in August 2016 after leaving Forfar Athletic in the summer. Iain made his debut in the Irn Bru Cup win over East Stirlingshire. The Kirkcaldy born defender started his career in 2002 with Dunfermline Athletic where he made 36 appearances for the Fife side. In 2006, he moved to fellow SPL club Kilmarnock for an undisclosed fee and during his time there spent loan spells with both Ross County and Clyde. In 2008 Campbell had one season with Alloa Athletic before joining Forfar Athletic where he enjoyed five seasons making 148 appearances and 13 goals. Briefly moving to Cowdenbeath in 2014 before returning to Station Park, initially on loan, he resigned for The Loons in 2015. Son of Dick Campbell, Iain has played under his father twice, at Ross County and Forfar and now joins forces with his brother, Ross the Montrose assistant manager. Great with set plays especially corner and free kicks.

 

PAUL WATSON (Midfield)

Squad number - 8

Paul who captained Montrose to their first league title in 33 years in season 2017/18 signed a new two year contract in the summer that will take him up to ten years’ service at Links Park. Paul re-joined Montrose in July 2012 from St Andrews United for his third spell at Links Park. His first two spells came on loan from firstly Arbroath in season 2009/10 and then from Forfar Athletic the following season. After his first spell at Links Park, Paul was sold by Arbroath to Forfar Athletic but after being released at the end of the 10/11 he joined Peterhead. Had a spell with St Andrews United before his move to Links Park in the 2012. Scored in the opening four matches of the season 2012/13 before ending the season with six goals. In season 2013/14 Paul finished second behind Bryan Deasley in the Montrose goalscoring stakes with eight goals from midfield with a number coming from his trademark free kicks and long range efforts has over thirty goals for the club the best one surely his goal against Edinburgh City in April 2017 from inside his own half which was nominated for the SPFL and the SPFA goal of the season. The 33 year old is due to make his 250th appearance for the club during season 2020/21.

 

TERRY MASSON (Midfield)

Squad number - 6

Now in his eleventh season at Links Park Terry is the longest serving player at the club after joining in June 2010 from junior side Carnoustie Panmure and is due to celebrate deal with a testimonial year his signing of a two year contract. Tez had played for both Dundee and Dundee United before the 31 year old moved to his home town side Arbroath. He spent two seasons at Gayfield making 4 starts and 16 substitute appearances before moving to Carnoustie Panmure. Brechin City brought Masson on board for the final stages of season 2009/10 and Masson was regular off the bench as the Glebe Park side reached the Play-Off Final. Terry picked up a knee injury on his Montrose debut at Dens Park against Dundee in August 2010 and didn’t play again until January 2011. Has featured over 300 times for the Gable Endies scoring over 30 goals. Can play in a variety of positions including right back and central midfield and never lets the side down. His loyalty was rewarded with a League Two championship medal in season 2017/18

 

GRAHAM WEBSTER (Midfield)

Squad number - 7

Graham was rewarded for an excellent 2019/20 season, which contained nine goals and nine assists as well as a SPFL League One Player of the month award with a new two year contract. Not content with that he also collected the Players’ Player, Directors’ Player and Fans Favourite awards. Webby joined Montrose in July 2013 from Dundee after a successful pre-season trial and made over 35 appearances in his first season at Links Park. Graham made over forty appearances for Montrose during season 2016/17 before signing a fresh two year contract and deservedly got his hands on a league championship medal in April 2018. The previous season he hit ten goals for Montrose when making over thirty appearances in his wide right position. He was a member of Dundee's Under 19 squad and with Dundee in administration and relying on youth Webster made his first team debut on 10 April 2011 against Stirling Albion from the start. He made two further appearances that season one as a substitute and played the full 90 minutes on the closing day of the season. Graham didn’t make any appearances in the Premier League that season. Can play in a wide role or in central midfield. Had a brief spell on loan to Carnoustie Panmure in season 14/15 but was quickly recalled by manager Paul Hegarty. Has made over 225 appearances for the club and scored over 35 goals. Age 27

 

LIAM CALLAGHAN (Midfield)

Squad number - 19

Liam signed for Montrose in January 2017 and was managers Stewart Petrie’s first signing for the club. Signed a fresh contract in the summer to tie him to the club until May 2022.The 24 year old from Kelty came through the youth ranks at Cowdenbeath during which time he trialed at Birmingham City. Eventually breaking into the Blue Brazil first team, Liam made 26 appearances before moving to Arbroath. Despite featuring 13 times last season for our Angus neighbours, most of these were from the bench and when Mo boss Stewart Petrie came calling, Dick Campbell was persuaded to give the youngster a chance at Links Park. He is naturally left sided and can play both in defence and across midfield. Liam comes from a family with a strong footballing pedigree with his father Willie having played for Montrose in the 90's, his grandfather Willie Snr having played for Scotland in the 60's and his grandfather’s brother, Tommy having played for Celtic in the 70's.Close to 100 appearances for Montrose and a big part of the Links Park dressing room.


 

LEWIS MILNE (Midfield)

Squad number - 11

Lewis returned to Montrose in January 2019 after spending six months with Raith Rovers. It was Lewis’s twelve goals (in a four month period) from midfield that played a major part in securing the league title for Montrose in season 2017/18. His tally included scoring a hat trick against Stirling Albion in a 5 – 0 away win in April at Forthbank. Born in Edinburgh, Milne began his footballing career at Dunfermline Athletic, playing for the club's youth setup in 2007–08 season. He then signed with Cowdenbeath in October 2008, playing in their youth setup and signing a professional deal in July 2010. On 7 May 2011 he made his first team debut, playing the last 24 minutes in a 0–3 away loss against Ross County. In March 2012 Milne signed a new two-year deal with Cowdenbeath. He scored his first professional goal on 6 October, in a 1–1 away draw against Livingston. After 8 years at Central Park, Milne signed for Forfar Athletic in June 2016. Lewis spent one season with Forfar Athletic, before deciding to move to Australia. Milne returned from Australia in November 2017, signing a short-term deal with Forfar. After this expired, he moved to Angus rivals Montrose at the beginning of January 2018. Milne left Montrose to go full-time with Raith Rovers, but he did not hold down a regular first-team place with the Kirkcaldy club and returned to Montrose. Age 25

 

CAMMY F BALLANTYNE (Midfield)

Squad number - 22

Talented young St Johnstone midfielder Cammy Ballantyne has returned to Links Park on a season long loan.The 20 year old arrived at Links Park from the Premiership outfit almost a year ago to the day on a half season loan that was extended in January, allowing the former Hibs youth to make 20 appearances before the campaign was cut short.Providing drive, energy and craft to the midfield, and becoming an instant hit with the Mo faithful, Ballantyne also carried a threat up front, netting his first senior goal in a 4-3 home win against Peterhead in February.Cammy becomes Petrie's first new signing, adding to the existing 18 strong squad from last term.

 

CHRIS MOCHRIE (Midfield)

Squad number -

Montrose FC have signed young Dundee United starlet Chris Mochrie on loan until the end of the season.
The Dundee born attacking midfielder became United's youngest ever first team player when making his debut as a substitute against Greenock Morton in May last year, aged 16 years and 27 days. Chris played for Logie Harp Boys Club before joining the Tannadice Academy and has attended the Scottish Football Association Performance School programme, playing for Scotland under-16’s and under-17’s, scoring on his debut for in a 2–0 win against Armenia in October 2019. The 17 year old, who came off the bench for the Tangerines ‪on Tuesday night‬ against Kelty Hearts in the Betfred Cup, will go straight into Stewart Petrie’s squad for the Gable Endies opening League One fixture at home to Falkirk on Saturday.

 

HARRY COCHRANE (Midfield)

Squad number -

Montrose FC have signed 19 year old Harry Cochrane on loan from Hearts FC until January.
The talented midfielder came through the Riccarton youth academy before breaking into the Hearts senior side in 2017 as a 16-year-old, scoring his first goal in a memorable 4-0 home win against Celtic that year.
Harry is a Scotland youth internationalist who has represented his country at under-14, 15, 16, 17 and 19 level.
Injuries temporarily hindered the youngster’s development, but a loan spell at Dunfermline last season has brought him back to the edge of the Tynecastle outfit.
Cochrane will complete Stewart Petrie’s side for the first half of the season and will go straight into the Gable Endies squad for tomorrow’s Angus Derby against Forfar at Station Park.

 

ROSS CAMPBELL (Forward)

Squad number - 15

Ross joined Montrose in January 2015 from East Fife and his now assistant player manager at Links Park. He started his career with East of Scotland League side Spartans before spending six goal laden seasons at Forfar Athletic, where he played alongside his brother Iain under the guidance of father Dick. Scored six goals for Montrose in season 2014/15 and five last seasons when he missed only missed one match. Somewhat a versatile player Ross played at left back, centre half, midfield and upfront for the Gable Endies during season 2015/16. After the retirement of Chris Templeman, Ross played a major part in Montrose reaching the championship play offs scoring nine goals last season including two in the play off semi final against Queen of the South at Links Park. Over 120 appearances for the club and closing in on 25 goals. Now used as an impact substitute. Age 37

 

CRAIG JOHNSTON (Forward)

Squad number - 16

Craig joined Montrose in May 2017 from Cowdenbeath days after helping the Central Park side preserve their place in League football. A prolific scorer for their under 19s he broke into the Cowdenbeath first team squad in 2014. He originally joined Cowden as a 10 year old back in August 2005 before switching to Dunfermline Athletic in March 2007. Craig made his Montrose debut in a Betfred Cup tie against Hibernian and teamed up at Links Park with his cousin Liam Callaghan. Scored seven goals for Montrose in their first season back in League One before his season was ended with a foot injury. Hit a further three goals last including a double in the final home game of the season a 4 – 1 victory over Stranraer. A real dressing room character. Age 24


 

RUSSELL McLEAN (Forward)

Squad number - 10

Rusty arrived at Links Park on transfer deadline day in January 2019 signing from Peterhead for an undisclosed fee. Russell started his career with Alloa Athletics’ youth academy before moving to Hearts. After his spell at Hearts ended he moved to Lowland League side East Kilbride Thistle with his goalscoring form not going unnoticed earning him a move to Peterhead. It was during season 2017/18 that he scored 17 goals as Peterhead where pipped to the league title by ourselves. His time at Montrose has been injury hit although he did score his first goal for the club in a 1 – 0 win at Stranraer in our final match of the 2019/20 season. Under contract until May 2021

 

LEWIS HAWKE (Forward)

Squad number - 9

Montrose agreed an undisclosed fee with Stirling Albion in late January for the transfer of Lewis on a permanent deal until the end of the season which has been extended until the end of the 2020/21 season.
The 26 year old was a regular in a Queens Park side in season 2018/19 netting 10 times in 30 appearances, but his move to Forthbank last summer did not worked out as planned. Son of former Berwick Rangers, Morton, Queen of the South and Sunderland striker, Warren Hawke, Lewis started his career in the youth systems at Everton and Morton before spending three years in the USA on a scholarship with Furman Paladins. On graduating, the Kirkcaldy born front man moved down under, signing for Bulleen Lions in Australia, returning to Scotland 18 months later where he signed for The Spiders.

 

MARTIN RENNIE (Forward)

Squad number - 23

Montrose FC have completed the signing of former Gable Endie Martin Rennie on transfer deadline day, following the strikers recent release from Irish Premier Division outfit, St Patrick’s Athletic FC.

Having left Links Park back in January, as the Clubs first ever international transfer, the move across the Irish Sea to full time football didn’t quite work out for the 26 year old, hindered greatly by the onset, soon after his arrival, of the pandemic lockdown.

On hearing the news of his release over the weekend, Manager Stewart Petrie moved quickly to bring the frontman back on a 2 year deal.

The Kirkcaldy born striker netted 20 times in 74 appearances for Petrie’s side after joining from Junior side Lochgelly Albert in January 2018, but to the Mo faithful he will always be remembered for his vital assist to Jamie Redman’s league winning goal against Elgin in April 2018.

 

COACHING STAFF

STEWART PETRIE (Manager)

The 50 year old, joined Montrose in December 2016 with the club at the bottom of League Two and by the end of that season he had led the team into the play offs. By the end of the following season 2017/18, Stewart had taken Montrose to their first league title in 33 years.
SP was Assistant Manager at local Junior Super League side Broughty Athletic, when he joined the Gable Endies.
The Dundee born Scot’s playing career spanned 19 years and 500 games with experience gained both at home and abroad in Australia and Singapore. Stewart started his career with Forfar Athletic before moving onto Dunfermline Athletic and Ross County player
Spending much of his career at Dunfermline, the left midfielder managed a goal ratio of one every six games and is best remembered for scoring a crucial goal in the penultimate game of the 1995/96 season which effectively won Dunfermline the league championship and with it promotion back to the Scottish Premier League. Moving into coaching in 2009, Stewart spent time at Angus neighbours Forfar and Arbroath as Assistant Manager before joining Keith Gibson at Broughty Athletic in the summer of 2016


ROSS CAMPBELL (Player/Assistant Manager)

Ross joined Montrose in January 2015 from East Fife and his now assistant player manager at Links Park. He started his career with East of Scotland League side Spartans before spending six goal laden seasons at Forfar Athletic, where he played alongside his brother Iain under the guidance of father Dick. Scored six goals for Montrose in season 2014/15 and five last seasons when he missed only missed one match. Somewhat a versatile player Ross played at left back, centre half, midfield and upfront for the Gable Endies during season 2015/16. After the retirement of Chris Templeman, Ross played a major part in Montrose reaching the championship play offs scoring nine goals last season including two in the play off semi final against Queen of the South at Links Park. Over 120 appearances for the club and closing in on 25 goals. Now used as an impact substitute. Age 37


SEÁN DILLON (Player/First Team Coach)

Montrose fought off the competition of a number of clubs in secure the signing of ex Dundee United captain Sean in June 2017 on a two-year deal until the summer of 2019. This has since been extended to May 2021. His experience was a major part in the Gable Endies securing the League title at the end of the season. Sean being another ever present in the side. ‘Dillo’ was named as the Ladbrokes League 2 player of season as well as played a place in the SPFL team of the year which was made up entirely of the Montrose defence! The Dublin born Irishman has not only have a playing role at Links Park but he is also first team coach, joining Stewart Petrie’s backroom staff. Before joining United, Dillon played for Irish teams Longford Town and Shelbourne in the League of Ireland and also represented the Republic of Ireland at U16, U21 and B international level. Moving to Scotland in January 2007, Sean became Craig Levein’s first signing and went on to make 346 appearances for the club, scoring seven goals and memorably lifting the Scottish Cup in 2010 after beating Ross County 3–0. He ended his ten year stint with Dundee United in May 2017 after a successful testimonial year and a match against Hearts. He also played his part in United’s unsuccessful attempt at a return to the Premiership after the side failed to negotiate through the end of season play offs. Age 37



IAIN CAMPBELL (Player/First team Coach)

Squad number - 18

Was appointed coach at Links Park last season after the departure of Martyn Fotheringham the 36 year old returned to Montrose in July 2017 having originally left at the end of season 2016/17. Iain first joined Montrose in August 2016 after leaving Forfar Athletic in the summer. Iain made his debut in the Irn Bru Cup win over East Stirlingshire. The Kirkcaldy born defender started his career in 2002 with Dunfermline Athletic where he made 36 appearances for the Fife side. In 2006, he moved to fellow SPL club Kilmarnock for an undisclosed fee and during his time there spent loan spells with both Ross County and Clyde. In 2008 Campbell had one season with Alloa Athletic before joining Forfar Athletic where he enjoyed five seasons making 148 appearances and 13 goals. Briefly moving to Cowdenbeath in 2014 before returning to Station Park, initially on loan, he resigned for The Loons in 2015. Son of Dick Campbell, Iain has played under his father twice, at Ross County and Forfar and now joins forces with his brother, Ross the Montrose assistant manager. Great with set plays especially corner and free kicks.

TONY BULLOCK (Goalkeeping Coach)

Tony returned to Links Park from Broughty Athletic in the summer of 2019 as goalkeeping coach after Jim Butter left the club. Born in Warrington, Bullock joined Northwich Victoria from local club Winnington Avenue F.C.. In August 1992, he joined Hyde United on loan, debuting in the 1-1 Northern Premier League draw at Goole Town on 22 August 1992 and appearing twice more for the club before returning to the Drill Field. He moved on to join Leek Town before signing for Barnsley in March 1997. He struggled to hold down a regular first team place and left for Macclesfield Town in 2000 on a free transfer. In March 2001 he became Alan Buckley's first signing for Lincoln City when the Sincil Bank based club agreed to take over his contract until the end of the season. His debut came five days later in the 1-0 defeat at Hartlepool United but he failed to displace Alan Marriott permanently and, after one final appearance, was released by the club at the end of the season. He moved to Scotland to sign for Ross County in July 2001. A successful spell with County brought him a move to Dundee United in 2003, where his final game was the 2005 Scottish Cup Final defeat to Celtic, before he returned to England with Gillingham. After only five months with Gillingham, Bullock signed for St Mirren in January 2006, but he failed to cement a first-team place and was released in May 2007. He rejoined Ross County in June 2007. Bullock was Steven Tweed's first signing for Montrose making 16 appearances for the Gable Endies. He then signed for Dundee on a pre-contract agreement and joined his new teammates for pre-season training ahead of the 2009-10 season on 1 July 2009. After one season with the club, he was released by the club. Bullock signed for Livingston in 2010. In June 2012, Bullock signed for Arbroath in a player-coach role. In September, Bullock left Arbroath. In November 2013, Bullock signed for Scottish League One side Airdrieonians, making his debut the same day in a 3–0 defeat against Rangers in the Scottish Cup. This turned out to be his only appearance for the club and he then retired from playing and took up a role as their goalkeeping coach. He left Airdrieonians in October 2014

 

 


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