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So the thing that I really liked about our friendly against Madrid was in the first half we played with a 4321. Lamela and Eriksen both being give a lot of freedom to create in front of a very strong central 3. I'm pretty sure this is the formation Poch will be playing against some of the big teams in the champs league away from home (Like Athletico Madrid). Best part is that it allows all 3 of Dier, Dembele and Wanyama to fit in the team and MY GOD those 3 will be a powerful engine room. Seriously.. imagine the way they could bully some of those soft technical european midfields.

The formation worked a treat in the first half against a very good team in Madrid...albeit just a friendly. It's worth noting that in the second half we switched back to our normal 4231 I think Madrid became the better team. Unfortunately Poch won't get to test out a 442 until Kane gets back in training to join Janssen up front. I can't wait to see that too!!!

There were quite a few who liked to point out that Poch didn't really have a Plan B the last couple of years. In my humble opinion he didn't have the squad depth for a plan B. Now with the additions of Wanyama and Janssen He now has a Plan B and a Plan C. Those being the 4321 and 442 for when we want to be stronger defensively or when we want to attack more.

I'm very very happy with our reinforcements so far and am very eager to see what young N'Koulou can produce for us. The person that I'm most happy with is Wanyama. I've said it before he is like a dream signing for me. At the first game against Juve he was the one bright spark. The crowd at the MCG was full of groans and moans every time Spurs lost the ball in the first half... and outside the ground it must of sounded like the worlds biggest orgy. We were terrible and the crowd was very disappointed. The only player that got us cheering was Wanyama. While everyone around him was turning to water, he stood up and tried to take on the entire Juve team by himself. Chasing everything and throwing himself around like a man who desperately wants to play 1st team football. Simply put he is the man that we needed against Newcastle last season.

The start of the season will have Dier and Wanyama playing in central mid for us. I'm interested to see how much it limits our offensive potency without Dembele but I can say for sure we will be a nightmare to try and score against. I think we will be still score as long as one of Ali or Eriksen drop deeper more often to link up the play.

On a personal level. Getting lucky enough to watch my beloved Spurs play live in my home town twice in just a few days has got me so unbelievably pumped for the upcoming season!!! It's honestly the most excited I think I have ever been as a Spurs fan!!! We have a young Champs league quality squad and a World class manager. I know is dangerous to think to big but remember on thing.... TO DARE IS TO DO!!!! COYS!!!!!!!!!
Impressed by Cameron Carter-Vickers!
And Marcus Edwards is a prodigious talent..
We ought to be careful praising Edwards too much. He does tend to fall at the slightest touch, which is unsurprising because physically he needs a lot of strength to play in the EPL. He's 17, and is showing a lot of potential... an appearance or two in the FA cup is good for his development. Maybe next year..
Yes I agree but for a 17 year old I like his confidence and will to take on players but yes he is a year or two at the very least before he will get anywhere near the first team. But promising nonetheless. Winks for me should definitely be looking for a loan this season - looks a good player but he needs to be playing regularly now. Mason was decent. Son and Chadli doing their usual average stuff; really hoping N'Koudou comes good tbh.
Son looks to be drawing a lot of flack, part of which is understandable but part of which is really not called for. He's not a starter, but of the players who can come off the bench to slot in at LW or RW, he's still the best we have. No pre-season last time, an injury midway seems to have taken its toll. It'll be interesting to see what sort of impact he has this year. N'Koudou isn't going to be amazing off the bat. He's got great ball control and dribbling skills, but he needs to improve on his passing and his final delivery. Very talented, and a great impact sub when the opposition just park the bus. Chadli, I don't think is good enough for the team anymore, but it is impossible to determine that based off today's performance.

CCV was decent, but he also had a couple of Fazio moments. It shows that he's 18. A great talent, but not ready to pick up a starting spot. But he might stay on as our 5th choice though (Dier will drop down to the 4th choice CB if required), imo. I'd say he'll develop more training with the U21s and under the eye of Poch than he would by going out on loan this year.
Apparently Edwards refused to sign a contract until Poch promised him first team opportunities this season. I would expect a few cup cameos at the very least for him.
For those not able to watch the game:

We played really well at the start, for the first 25 minutes, we dominated the game totally, including hitting the bar and the post from Onomah and Lamela. After that, we got outplayed in the midfield. Our passing got slack, and slow, and the main culprits were Eriksen and Onomah, with some assistance from Lamela and Winks. Passing has been slow, underhit and behind the player making the forward run, forcing them to stop to receive the ball.

Janssen started really well, and his positioning has been very encouraging. He also had an excellent 1-2 with Lamela which saw lamela hit the post. He was also in a better shooting position for Onomah's shot, and from the angles, if onomah left it, Janssen would have scored.

Lamela had a hot and cold game. Some great runs, some good passes, and some bad ones as well. His passing options have been severely limited due to the movement from Eriksen and Onomah (or lack of). Winks has been great defensively, but his passing has been almost exclusively backwards. Wanyama looked really good in positions, tackling as well as some runs to try and move the game forward.

Yedlin is going to make Trippier look over his shoulder. I have to admit that Yedlin played better at LB than Trippier did at RB, but tbf... Trippier was the one taking responsibility at the back, directing play and telling the defenders and vorm what to do. Vorm's distribution has been woeful. Our two CBs looked pretty good from open play, and coped with Torres well. However, they did not look very confident in set pieces, and we did concede during the set piece.

It isn't a bad game. We have played well, which will please Poch overall. It is interesting that the best performers are Wanyama, Janssen (when people decided to pass to him), Yedlin and Lamela... the ones with something to prove. looking forward to seeing Carroll, Edwards coming on in the second half.

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Agree with it all and I also think Winks has been very decent.
I'm watching a Spanish ESPN stream and the commentators have been quite impressed by Spurs, also listing how many key players we're missing here.
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The second half was a clusterf**k. lol. It was pretty much a development squad game, no one really had any clue what they were doing in midfield. It did start of really well though, with a beautiful move that saw Janssen take control of a long ball and lay it off to Son, who in turn laid it on a platter for Mason who made a brilliant run and forced a reflex save from Oblak.

Mason was decent in the second half, Son tried to make himself involved, but found it much more difficult once the kids were on the pitch... and Chadli probably touched the ball thrice. Onomah actually found his stride before being taken off. Janssen forced a smart save from a FK which was well taken.

Overall, a positive outing for us. Some of the youngsters got a good chance to play a lot of minutes with the first team. Happy with Janssen and Wanyama. Both of them look like they were smart buys, and should hit the ground running.
I just sold Chadli in FM for €85m to Man City.
Tottenham fans were disappointed a 'fan favourite' was sold.

So far for Football Manager being realistic I guess.
The way money is being thrown around these past few weeks, maybe some club from China will buy him for 40 million and make him the fourth highest paid player in the world. So, still a chance for that to be realistic, Jeroen :D
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...But will the fans be sad despite the ludicrous transfer fee their darling Nacer has left them? :P

Unfortunately I also had to sell Lamela to Barça for €80m. Didn't want to sell, but he wanted to go. I have a lot of dough for new faces though ^^ Managed to sign Felipe Anderson & Yannick Carrasco as replacements with greater potential. And I spent the remaining €90m on promising youths: Sané, Brandt, Asensio, Renato Sanches & Lucas Hernández.

Also formed a partnership with Renzhe, one of those big Chinese clubs. Gotta have that Chinese connection these days ^_^
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pfft Jeroen pathetic team, my level 70 Swampert would sweep all of them ;)
lol, lets hope fm17 will have these chinese clubs come bid big for star players xD

@Jeroen: lol i smell fmrte fumes within :P jk.
I constantly use FMRTE to change player's stats according to what I think they should be based on reality: abilities, character traits, CA/PA,... But not to cheat with money :)

In fact, the easiest thing to do in FM is getting rich. Right now in my 4th season with Spurs and we somehow are the 2nd richest club in the world... I just sold a bunch of players expensively and won stuff, but that's nowhere near enough in reality to gain about a billion in worth.
Jeroen, what formation do you play with Spurs mate? I personally do a 41231 with inverted wide men. Dier as the anchor with Dembele as a ball winner in midfield and Ali as an advanced playmaker. Tactics are a high line with full pressing in defense and in attack a slow build up game with an emphasis on short passing and retaining the ball.

It started as my attempt to replicate Poch's system and turned out to be the only one of two system I could get to work consistently in this years FM. The other was a 5311... which is so much fun to play but needs specific players that Spurs don't have. I encourage you give the system a go in the create a team function. The next level is, if you play with two inverted wing backs you can create this fluid machine of passing that is magic to watch at a manager and very Barca like. All 3 central mids are ball winners who can pass with the most central staying back holding his position. Note they have to learn the system 100% before it works at all. Hope you have fun dude!!!
4-1-2-3-1? You better win everything with 12 men on the pitch. :P
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Sorry. I mean a 4123 with a lone striker
lol. I tend to play a 4-2-3-1 asynchronous... with Dier as an Anchor man, Dembele as a B2B, and Eriksen as a playmaker. Lamela and Son as inside forwards. worked pretty well.
At work right now, but once I get home I'll send you screenshots of my 3 most used formations! I could even share my save file if you want to take a look at it in detail.
My standard formation; an attacking 4-2-3-1:
http://oi66.tinypic.com/qzlngm.jpg

My more defensive formation; 4-1-2-3 V-formation made for counter-football:
http://oi67.tinypic.com/11jyupt.jpg

Then I also have a variety on the first formation where I set the instructions and player roles to dominate possession; basically to end the game once I have a good lead. Oh, I also displayed all of my key first team players there. You can tell by their value some have made a lot of progress, though the club's stature has increased significantly throughout the 3 past years too, adding to all players' value as well.

My best players are Lloris, Alderweireld, Dembélé, Alli, Carrsco, Anderson (the star of the team; he's become insanely good) and Eriksen and Kane of course. Another Brazilian star in the making is Gabriel Barbosa. My biggest upcoming talent is Renato Sanches; now a very similar player to Dembélé.

Felipe Anderson screenshot:
http://oi65.tinypic.com/r0cbd0.jpg
Second half against Juventus:

Wow. What a change.

So we take off Chadli, Mason, Son and Miller (the only one that I think should have stayed on) and immediately they seem galvanised. In their place we shove on Lamela, Yedlin, Onomah and Harry Winks.

Basically Lamela played RF next to Janssen (replacing Son), Yedlin played LB (replacing Miller), Onomah played LF (replacing Chadli) and Winks went in for Mason. The great thing was that Poch immediately saw the problem and changed it.

The main problem in the first half was that our players were too nervous to try adventurous passes, because of the first 10 minutes in which we gave the ball away a billion times. However, something changed, and for the better.

After a dodgy first 5 mins of the second half, we started running the show. Winks was passing us forward, Onomah was running us forward and Lamela was dropping deep and knitting everything together.
Lamela had a half volley shot from the edge of the box that was inches wide and Jannsen was inches away from getting a touch on Lamela's cross.

At this point, at 70 minutes we were playing better but there were a few players who were letting us down slightly. Carroll just couldn't seem to get the ball, Trippier was playing woefully and Janssen looked tired from running around without ever getting any service all match.
Once again, Poch saw what I saw and took them all off, putting on Anton Walkes, Shayon Harrisson and Marcus Edwards.

So at this point Anton Walkes went to LB with Yedlin going to RB, Harrison went up front with Lamela and Edwards slotted in for Carroll as CAM. Immediately, everything seemed to click. Wanyama made a fantastic interception, played it to Lamela who did a very similar finish to his goal against Watford, across the face of the goal.

After this point it was all Tottenham and we could/should have scored three. Yedlin played a brilliant ball over the top to Edwards, who really should have scored. Lamela got into a brilliant position in the box and gets a shot away but its straight at the keeper. Lamela misses a point blank header (albeit under a lot of pressure), Harrison gets played in with a beauty from Lamela but his shot was well saved by Juventus goalie. Finally Winks floats a beauty at the far post to Harisson who really should have scored.

Anyway, a great second half. Here's my player ratings:

Vorm: Probably wasted about 5 minutes in the 2nd half by dwelling on the ball as if we were 3-0 up, not 2-0/2-1 down!! Not convinced by him, but his distribution was decent. 6/10

Trippier: Terrible until he came off. Bad day at the office 4/10

Carter-Vickers: Fantastic game from the young american. He basically did a Vertonghen and covered for Ball's Fazio-esque mistakes all game. This lad is a tank, and I have full confidence that we dont need another CB after seeing this guy play. He really did keep Dybala in his pocket.

Ball: Bad game. Needs a loan and needs to get a lot faster and pass the ball a lot quicker.

Yedlin: Did pretty well considering he was playing on the Left for a lot of the second half. Played a cracking ball to Edwards who should have scored, and beat a player on the right and delivered a cracking ball that Lamela should have headed in. He should start on the right against Atletico.

Carroll: Fairly tidy but isn't physical enough for our team. I think he should leave this summer.

Winks: Looked a very good talent. He always looks forward and has good acceleration.

Lamela: What a second half our main man had. He was at the heart of everything. Next season I predict him being fans player of the season and in the team of the season. You heard it here first.

Onomah: Solid performance. I see this guy as Mousa Dembele's natural successor. He glides past people. We should give this guy a lot of minutes this season.

Shayon Harisson: His movement was fantastic but should have put away two chances.

Anton Walkes: N/A

Marcus Edwards: Only touched the ball a few times and should have finished a good chance. However, he made one mazey run that bear about 4 Juve players so at 17, I think he has a very bright future.

Janssen: Had a few good touches and a few poor touches but just didn't get the chances to prove himself today.

Wanyama: My man of the match. He had a f*****g brilliant game. I can't wait to see how many tackles and interceptions he actually completed. His passing was crisp and he played some cracking long-balls, he made Lamela's goal with his monster tackle and only gave away one foul all game! s**t me, I didn't think I'd be saying this but Dier is going to have to watch his back!

Anyway, hope you enjoyed the write up. Try and tune into the Atletico match on Friday! Peace guys!!!

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Thank you for the write up :) Helped a few of us who haven't been able to see the game get a better perspective of what happened.
The game was here in Melbourne so I was lucky enough to go to the game. Agree with everything you said except I think Ball was even worse than you described. One thing you couldn't tell from the TV was how freaking cold it was at the game. Going from the English summer to the coldest day of the year over here would have been tough for the boys in the first half.
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Paddy, I was a bit worried of your description of Trippier at HT, as I thought he was very poor. I see that you were on the same page as me at FT...
I'm all for keeping Yedlin as Kyle Walker's back-up. He's had an incredible improvement since he arrived in England.
Carroll, Winks and Carter-Vickers will also be handy squad players if we keep them at the club. The same would be the case with Miller. Huge talent!
Vorm: One great save but hasn't showed much leadership.
Trippier: one of our better players, has tried to get a couple of crosses in.
Ball: has had a terrible game so far, bless him. I know it's his debut but a loan deal to rangers looks like a good idea.
Carter-vickers: looks very solid. Has saved ball a couple of times.
Miller: our second best player so far. I have a feeling that this guy may be the reason that Pritchard isn't in poch's plans.
Wanyama: has been very very good. Our best player so far
Mason: our second worst player. He's captain but his passing has been woeful and has shown no leadership. He has no confidence at the moment.
Chadli: never ever ever ever do I want to see him in a spurs shirt. He has walked all game, played zero forward passes and looks like he doesn't give a s**t.
Son: nothing to say, apart from his pressing needs a lot of work. He runs up to an opposition player who has the ball, and then runs past him withou Putting a tackle in.
Carroll: Classic Carroll, tidy but no stand out moments.
Jannsen: hasn't touched the ball hardly

Right, some changes being made. Let's bring on the second half
Nice analysis. Looking forward to hear about the second half, particularly players such as Wanyama/Winks/Onomah
Game time bros, great chance to see your young players and jannsen/wanyama in action. Can't wait to see Carter vickers and hopefully Edwards off the bench. COYS!!!!
Vorm; Trippier, Ball, Carter-Vickers, Miller; Mason (C), Wanyama; Son, Carroll, Chadli; Janssen.

Subs: McGee (GK), Glover (GK), Walker-Peters, Yedlin, Amos, Edwards, Lamela, Onomah, Walkes, Winks, Harrison.

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Will be working through this.. would appreciate it if someone who watched it gave an input of the positives. I wouldn't be too harsh on the team.. first real pre-season game and with most of the team missing while playing against Juve.. lol.
I'm glad I didn't take the trip across to Melbourne to watch a training session with development squad players. 0-2 down after 15 min. Very disjointed and we're playing William Miller, an attacking midfielder at left back. Tom Carroll has now dropped deeper to try and help keep possession.
Poch has already said openly that this pre-season will be about fitness than any real team training due to the Euros. It's his opportunity to check out all the youth and see our options.

Regardless of whether these are friendlies or not though, the players will know that their performances matter as Poch has far from made up his mind about whose staying and leaving.
Good things that happened recently:

1) Poch says that it isn't the right moment for joining Argentina and he's really happy here :D

2) Wimmer gets a new contract.

3) Wijnaldum went to Liverpool. Frankly, I have nothing against Liverpool, but wijnaldum is the absolute opposite of the ethos we have in the team.. he goes missing when things go tough. He was absolutely horrendous when he played away from home last season.

4) Young players are getting a shot in the ICC. We'll get a chance to see the likes of Edwards and CCV be given a shot and see if they're holding up to form some backup positions.

It is interesting that N'Jie (who seems set to be going out), Fazio, Bentaleb and Pritchard are not in the squad for pre-season. Looks like the writing is on the wall for them.

A quote from Poch:

However, the Tottenham boss said that striker Clinton Njie, linked with a move to Marseille this week with winger Georges-Kevin N'Koudou coming the other way, had not been part of the squad due to injury.

Speaking at a press conference in Australia ahead of tomorrow's game against Juventus, Pochettino said: "Njie is injured - he is in London and not available to come. The situation of other three players is very clear. They are not in my plans."

The three in question are Pritchard, Bentaleb and Fazio. that answers that then.


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Mag, check wall asap :)
really quiet window from you guys. expected more signings from you guys and arsenal but it seems everyone else is making more moves. remains to be seen whether those moves work out but typically without new signings you get complacency in the squad. i suppose the window closes in september so there is still plenty of time.
We are about to sign our 3rd player, may end up with a 4th at max, which is pretty much the right amount of players any stable team should be looking to sign.
Signing half a dozen players just for the sake of it won't solve anything, SIF. Unlike you guys, we can't(or won't?) afford to make the wrong signings.
(Signing no one better than signing the wrong player IMO)

How many signings were you expecting?
i only know/remember wanyama. who else did you sign?
Doubt any other club would be spending 35m for players of Mane's caliber or 130m for a CM; Good thing that Spurs have been able to keep most of their core squad together for the upcoming season.

Wignaldum definitely skipped biting a bullet there. I doubt he has enough quality to improve a squad that was able to mount a challenge for the title last season.
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They also got Janssen.
SiF: We have a good enough first team, which works really well together. The only real problem we have had is with quality in backups. We've had to play a few players through a few injuries last year, and that has been eradicated right away this time in our problem positions. We had just one CDM and one ST (Dier and Kane). We have instantly bought Wanyama and Janssen to cover in those problem areas. We might need to look at a CB and CAM backups, but that'll only happen after pre-season as we assess our youth players.. we have CCV and Onomah/Edwards who are promising in those positions and we will use the pre-season to assess what we need to do next.

This is not a direct attack at United or Liverpool or any club, SiF, so please don't take it that way. But frankly, a lot of money has been thrown around this window simply cause people have it. The best I can equate it to is a teenager earning his first paycheck and going out and buying his mates, and his mates mates a few rounds simply because they can. Never have I been an advocate of brazen spending, and I dislike it deeply. I am very happy to see us take the sensible approach to the transfer market and realize that we've been rather good last season, and just got caught out at the end. With a new stadium, and a transitional year with the current stadium in progress... we are playing it sensibly and just strengthening where we need to.

As the Euros have shown, teamwork beats a whole bunch of big names thrown together. Heck, look who won the EPL last season for that matter. Our first XI is rather tight knit, and we're just adding some quality to the bench while showing the door to those who don't really buy in to Poch's philosophy. I haven't taken N'dokou into account, as that isn't a finalized transfer.
well barca (suarez, neymar, raketic, etc) and madrid and bayern are just a bunch of top players thrown together and they are serial winners. obviously it's more than that, you need to gel and whatnot but quality and depth in addition to squad cohesion makes the difference at the highest levels. you wont see leicester wininng the CL anytime soon (lol knock on wood).

it seems you guys are confident alli and kane etc can keep up their performances and consistency. while adding squad players help with depth you cant expect them to jump in and perform to the starters' level when called upon.

leicester did a great job but also avoided major injuries and dips in form and suspensions. cant see that happening again.
Can the same not be said about any club? Should I say that Barcelona must buy 5 players because they should fear Messi, Suarez and Neymar cannot keep up their performance this year? Every well established club purchases 3 players or so max in places they want to improve, but even those don't always work out. Turan for Barcelona is a massive example of a very good player wasted as a backup and being extremely frustrated.

We have a policy of trusting our players, and having a backup in place from the academy. We almost have two players for every position plus academy products who look really promising. Plus, we do expect that the backups will do well when called upon. That's the entire policy of having a squad of 25. Players work hard, and have a team based ethos.

Maybe you're too used to looking at it from being a rich club which can afford 200-300k wage players for a couple of players like Rooney, Ibra and even Falcao. We have a different philosophy and we do have to balance our books, and most of us are happy to see our young players step up and do well and are happy to place our faith in them, as the manager seems to have no problems doing so either. We don't have Chevrolet or Etihad deals to bail us out when things get a bit tough :)
@SIF: 'it seems you guys are confident alli and kane etc can keep up their performances and consistency.'

Did you just call Kane a 2 season wonder? :D


On a serious note, I don't think the first choice players performed above their levels, so not worried their performances dropping.
Happy with quality squad players like Wanyama, Janssen(maybe 1 or 2 more, if we sell) to bridge the gap in quality which we were missing in certain games last season.

I get it. Most fans want/expect signings who will instantly walk into the team and make it better but based on how well they played and lack of under-performing starters means we are more focused on what we need rather than what would seem more eye-catching.
I would say barca collapsed at the wrong moment due to not having a bench. They could have done the treble given their talent. I understand spurs don't spend as much but I think it would be wise to have more first team options.

I wasn't making a comment about his quality but rather it is unrealistic to expect him to be consistent all year. same with alli. I know you guys signed a backup striker now so that certainly helps, another creative or goal scoring mid wouldn't hurt either.
We are signing a winger(who I admittedly know little about) which will make it 3 for the summer. May get 1 more depending on who all get sold. Won't be getting a Gotze level player though.
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Form
PTS
GD
GA
GF
L
D
W
Pl
Pos
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
3
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
4
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
5
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
6
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
7
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
8
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
9
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
10
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
11
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
12
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
13
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
14
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
15
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
16
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
17
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
18
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
19
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
20
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UEFA Champions League Table

Form
PTS
GD
GA
GF
L
D
W
Pl
Pos
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
3
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
4
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
5
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
6
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
7
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
8
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
9
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
10
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
11
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
12
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
13
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
14
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
15
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
16
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
17
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
18
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
19
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
20
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
21
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
22

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