Matej Vydra knows he is expected to fire Watford into the Premier League and says he'll have a better chance to do that alongside Troy Deeney

Vydra: I'm under pressure to deliver goals. Picture: Action Images

Vydra: I'm under pressure to deliver goals. Picture: Action Images

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Matej Vydra admits he is under pressure to fire Watford into the Premier League this season as every Hornets fan “is watching and waiting for me to score”.

The 22-year-old rejoined the Golden Boys this summer on a season-long loan from Udinese – a move which was seen as a statement of intent when it came to Watford’s promotion bid.

In his first spell with the club, the 2012/2013 campaign, Vydra netted 22 goals and was named the Championship’s player of the season.

A loan move to West Bromwich Albion followed but he struck just three goals in nine starts and 15 substitute appearances during the last campaign.

But he has returned to Vicarage Road and is expected to recapture the same form which he displayed during his first spell with the Hornets, something he says he anticipated.

“Three years ago I got injured and then I joined Watford the next season, so there was no pressure on me,” Vydra explained.

“This year I have come back and I don’t want to say I am a big star but every fan is watching and waiting for me to score.

“So it’s difficult and there is more pressure on me, but I like that.”

The Czech Republic international began his second loan spell at Vicarage Road with a goal in the Golden Boys’ 3-0 victory against Bolton Wanderers on Saturday.

He and Troy Deeney effortlessly rekindled their striking partnership. In the 2012/2013 campaign the duo struck more than 40 goals between them and both were on the scoresheet at the weekend.

Deeney has been the subject of several bids from Premier League sides this summer and interest remains in the 26-year-old.

Vydra hopes the Hornets captain will remain at the club and he believes Deeney would be difficult to replace.

He said: “If he goes we have lost 25 goals and that is too much. It would be better if he can stay here.

“He is a good player and the players follow him. He is a good captain and a good striker. Two years ago I enjoyed playing with him and on Saturday we played together and both scored, so I am very happy.”

Deeney is a big character on and off the pitch and he sneaked up on Vydra during the interview and started filming his strike partner.

Vydra was asked how big a loss Deeney would be if he departed but, before he could answer, a voice from behind the press said: “No loss, we’ve got the superstar back.” It was Deeney. “I’ll stop doing your job now, carry on.”

Vydra laughed and did just that. He says two or three Premier League sides were interested in him this summer but he claims he was happy to return to Watford after discussing the move with Hornets owner Gino Pozzo.

“He told me that he wanted to build a new strong side,” Vydra said. “I want to help Watford get promoted to the Premier League and that is why I am here.”

Vydra’s first loan moved to Watford ended with heartache as the club missed out on Premier League football after a 1-0 defeat to Crystal Palace in the play-off final.

The striker, who believes the Hornets squad this season is stronger than the team beaten at Wembley, did get to play in the top flight at West Bromwich Albion.

It was a difficult season for Vydra who struggled to hold down a place in the starting XI and regularly found himself on the bench.

“I went to West Brom and Steve Clarke told me that I would get a chance in the side but then I got injured for two months,” he said.

“I didn’t get that chance and it was difficult for me. We changed manager and sometimes he would put me in the starting XI and I’d score but then in the next game I would go back onto the bench. I didn’t play 90 minutes back-to-back all season.”

But Vydra is now back where he is loved. That was demonstrated on Saturday when he was replaced in the 79th minute by Fernando Forestieri – he received a standing ovation from the Hornets faithful.

“At Watford we have great support from the fans, I heard them chanting ‘super, super Mat’,” he said with a smile. “I am very happy here. I am enjoying being back.”

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10:28am Fri 15 Aug 14

Hornet Cornet says...

I do love Matty V, he's a quality player buit I do still have a lingering doubt that he, or his agent, could pull a fast one. My feeling on Deeney is totally the opposite in terms of loyalty. I was one of the first to say we should get rid of him after his little sejour in jail but I've never been happier to be proved wrong.

Looking forward to this season now!

HC

P.S: If anyone from Watford FC is reading this, could I have the Buckley transfer money to pay off my mortgage please? You weren't really expecting it anyway eh....
I do love Matty V, he's a quality player buit I do still have a lingering doubt that he, or his agent, could pull a fast one. My feeling on Deeney is totally the opposite in terms of loyalty. I was one of the first to say we should get rid of him after his little sejour in jail but I've never been happier to be proved wrong. Looking forward to this season now! HC P.S: If anyone from Watford FC is reading this, could I have the Buckley transfer money to pay off my mortgage please? You weren't really expecting it anyway eh.... Hornet Cornet
  • Score: 18

10:29am Fri 15 Aug 14

mellow yellow says...

This, for me, sums up what Troy Deeney is about...

Vydra was asked how big a loss Deeney would be if he departed but, before he could answer, a voice from behind the press said: “No loss, we’ve got the superstar back.” It was Deeney. “I’ll stop doing your job now, carry on.”

It's not only Troy's goals we would miss, it is all the other stuff he brings to the team and the club. One more year, TD9, you know it makes sense... for all of us.
This, for me, sums up what Troy Deeney is about... Vydra was asked how big a loss Deeney would be if he departed but, before he could answer, a voice from behind the press said: “No loss, we’ve got the superstar back.” It was Deeney. “I’ll stop doing your job now, carry on.” It's not only Troy's goals we would miss, it is all the other stuff he brings to the team and the club. One more year, TD9, you know it makes sense... for all of us. mellow yellow
  • Score: 54

10:58am Fri 15 Aug 14

Poppet Bear says...

Agreed, one more year but if we go up you can stay longer, can't you ?
Agreed, one more year but if we go up you can stay longer, can't you ? Poppet Bear
  • Score: 9

12:01pm Fri 15 Aug 14

not a regular says...

Matej, yes there will be eyes on you but there's no pressure. Personally I'm just happy to be able to watch a player (and 10 others) of his calibre week in, week out. I remember that goal that Abdi scored, I think it was against Bolton. Vydra had the ball in the box, three players instantly ran to crowd him out. Vydra didn't score that time, but Abdi did and the only reason he did was because Mat was on the pitch. It's not about goals, it's about getting your head up and making the right decisions. Of course Vydra's goal in that game was one of the best dummies I've ever seen.
Matej, yes there will be eyes on you but there's no pressure. Personally I'm just happy to be able to watch a player (and 10 others) of his calibre week in, week out. I remember that goal that Abdi scored, I think it was against Bolton. Vydra had the ball in the box, three players instantly ran to crowd him out. Vydra didn't score that time, but Abdi did and the only reason he did was because Mat was on the pitch. It's not about goals, it's about getting your head up and making the right decisions. Of course Vydra's goal in that game was one of the best dummies I've ever seen. not a regular
  • Score: 13

12:02pm Fri 15 Aug 14

bornyellow says...

Well said all of the above...if we dont make it this time around i think it would only be right for TD to go to a higher level, however looking at our team i see no reason why we cant get promoted....The Championship race is not a race..its a marathon and injuries and suspensions may play a part but Deeney is a true pro on and off the pitch whatever happens.
Well said all of the above...if we dont make it this time around i think it would only be right for TD to go to a higher level, however looking at our team i see no reason why we cant get promoted....The Championship race is not a race..its a marathon and injuries and suspensions may play a part but Deeney is a true pro on and off the pitch whatever happens. bornyellow
  • Score: 9

12:12pm Fri 15 Aug 14

gloryhornet4 says...

I got a few thumbs down for it but it is not just a case of promotion, but will Watford break 100 points this season.
I got a few thumbs down for it but it is not just a case of promotion, but will Watford break 100 points this season. gloryhornet4
  • Score: -17

12:18pm Fri 15 Aug 14

Harry's Bar says...

The only pressure from the fans is that you try your hardest, no one's expecting you to score every game, or get as many as last time, just play your best.
The only pressure from the fans is that you try your hardest, no one's expecting you to score every game, or get as many as last time, just play your best. Harry's Bar
  • Score: 17

12:25pm Fri 15 Aug 14

harryhornet says...

We look good but our finishing position will be dictated by the strength (or otherwise) of the teams around us.

Most pundits seem to think we'll finish somewhere between 4th-8th and the teams they think will finish above us are the likes of Derby, Norwich, Cardiff, Blackburn, Wigan, Forest.

I honestly don't get the hype with Derby who are most people's tip for Champions. Maybe I'm missing something but aside from a guy who can score a few goals upfront in Chris Martin, they don't look strong on paper at all. Forsyth must have kicked on a hell of a lot to be able to make it into a team widely tipped to go the distance.

Of the others, I'd say Cardiff and Norwich look strong but all of the others are relying on gambles coming off. I'm an unashamed member of the "we shouldn't have sold Assombalonga" club but I also recognise he is by no means a sure-fire thing in the Championship and if he fails to hit the mark, I can see Forest struggling. I don't think Blackburn or Wigan look solid enough.

Despite their slip up last week I think Norwich could have a good stab at it unless their poor start continues and people start getting jittery - not least their rookey manager.

All of which is a long winded way of saying I think tomorrow's game is potentially one of the most important games of the Championship. If we win we give ourselves a huge shot in the arm whilst at the same time potentially putting a genuine challenger under pressure that they might struggle to recover from. And we send a message out to Cardiff who didn't look all that on Friday night but who I think will finish in the top two...with us.

I'm so **** excited about this one!! Come on Matty, score a hat-trick and send us loopy!
We look good but our finishing position will be dictated by the strength (or otherwise) of the teams around us. Most pundits seem to think we'll finish somewhere between 4th-8th and the teams they think will finish above us are the likes of Derby, Norwich, Cardiff, Blackburn, Wigan, Forest. I honestly don't get the hype with Derby who are most people's tip for Champions. Maybe I'm missing something but aside from a guy who can score a few goals upfront in Chris Martin, they don't look strong on paper at all. Forsyth must have kicked on a hell of a lot to be able to make it into a team widely tipped to go the distance. Of the others, I'd say Cardiff and Norwich look strong but all of the others are relying on gambles coming off. I'm an unashamed member of the "we shouldn't have sold Assombalonga" club but I also recognise he is by no means a sure-fire thing in the Championship and if he fails to hit the mark, I can see Forest struggling. I don't think Blackburn or Wigan look solid enough. Despite their slip up last week I think Norwich could have a good stab at it unless their poor start continues and people start getting jittery - not least their rookey manager. All of which is a long winded way of saying I think tomorrow's game is potentially one of the most important games of the Championship. If we win we give ourselves a huge shot in the arm whilst at the same time potentially putting a genuine challenger under pressure that they might struggle to recover from. And we send a message out to Cardiff who didn't look all that on Friday night but who I think will finish in the top two...with us. I'm so **** excited about this one!! Come on Matty, score a hat-trick and send us loopy! harryhornet
  • Score: 12

12:31pm Fri 15 Aug 14

blissyboy says...

gloryhornet4 wrote:
I got a few thumbs down for it but it is not just a case of promotion, but will Watford break 100 points this season.
100 points would be great, but let's just concentrate on getting promoted for the moment - we can have a pop at the points record once we're definitely up.
[quote][p][bold]gloryhornet4[/bold] wrote: I got a few thumbs down for it but it is not just a case of promotion, but will Watford break 100 points this season.[/p][/quote]100 points would be great, but let's just concentrate on getting promoted for the moment - we can have a pop at the points record once we're definitely up. blissyboy
  • Score: 5

12:46pm Fri 15 Aug 14

neilhorn says...

A few weeks ago, losing Troy seemed inevitable. But as time goes on, and the clubs making bids are just the same drab options (Leicester, Norwich QPR). none of whom can realistically offer more than one relegation haunted season in the Prem at best, and with the Pozzos clearly demonstrating their intentions to make the Prem themselves, I'm not so sure that it is anymore
A few weeks ago, losing Troy seemed inevitable. But as time goes on, and the clubs making bids are just the same drab options (Leicester, Norwich QPR). none of whom can realistically offer more than one relegation haunted season in the Prem at best, and with the Pozzos clearly demonstrating their intentions to make the Prem themselves, I'm not so sure that it is anymore neilhorn
  • Score: 4

12:53pm Fri 15 Aug 14

jasonwatford says...

No pressure Matty just do what comes natural to you , every team in this division will fear him and sometimes that's good enough to allow others to score as well
No pressure Matty just do what comes natural to you , every team in this division will fear him and sometimes that's good enough to allow others to score as well jasonwatford
  • Score: 6

2:38pm Fri 15 Aug 14

not a regular says...

harryhornet wrote:
We look good but our finishing position will be dictated by the strength (or otherwise) of the teams around us. Most pundits seem to think we'll finish somewhere between 4th-8th and the teams they think will finish above us are the likes of Derby, Norwich, Cardiff, Blackburn, Wigan, Forest. I honestly don't get the hype with Derby who are most people's tip for Champions. Maybe I'm missing something but aside from a guy who can score a few goals upfront in Chris Martin, they don't look strong on paper at all. Forsyth must have kicked on a hell of a lot to be able to make it into a team widely tipped to go the distance. Of the others, I'd say Cardiff and Norwich look strong but all of the others are relying on gambles coming off. I'm an unashamed member of the "we shouldn't have sold Assombalonga" club but I also recognise he is by no means a sure-fire thing in the Championship and if he fails to hit the mark, I can see Forest struggling. I don't think Blackburn or Wigan look solid enough. Despite their slip up last week I think Norwich could have a good stab at it unless their poor start continues and people start getting jittery - not least their rookey manager. All of which is a long winded way of saying I think tomorrow's game is potentially one of the most important games of the Championship. If we win we give ourselves a huge shot in the arm whilst at the same time potentially putting a genuine challenger under pressure that they might struggle to recover from. And we send a message out to Cardiff who didn't look all that on Friday night but who I think will finish in the top two...with us. I'm so **** excited about this one!! Come on Matty, score a hat-trick and send us loopy!
You "don't get the hype with Derby"... The team that were the best team in the playoffs, 5 minutes away from probable victory, haven't lost anyone, have a manager with a great record and reputation in league football... Yeah I can see why you aren't convinced. As for Forsyth, he played a lot of games for that team and scored a good'un against, who was it? Oh yeah, us. As it happens I think we'll come second to them.
[quote][p][bold]harryhornet[/bold] wrote: We look good but our finishing position will be dictated by the strength (or otherwise) of the teams around us. Most pundits seem to think we'll finish somewhere between 4th-8th and the teams they think will finish above us are the likes of Derby, Norwich, Cardiff, Blackburn, Wigan, Forest. I honestly don't get the hype with Derby who are most people's tip for Champions. Maybe I'm missing something but aside from a guy who can score a few goals upfront in Chris Martin, they don't look strong on paper at all. Forsyth must have kicked on a hell of a lot to be able to make it into a team widely tipped to go the distance. Of the others, I'd say Cardiff and Norwich look strong but all of the others are relying on gambles coming off. I'm an unashamed member of the "we shouldn't have sold Assombalonga" club but I also recognise he is by no means a sure-fire thing in the Championship and if he fails to hit the mark, I can see Forest struggling. I don't think Blackburn or Wigan look solid enough. Despite their slip up last week I think Norwich could have a good stab at it unless their poor start continues and people start getting jittery - not least their rookey manager. All of which is a long winded way of saying I think tomorrow's game is potentially one of the most important games of the Championship. If we win we give ourselves a huge shot in the arm whilst at the same time potentially putting a genuine challenger under pressure that they might struggle to recover from. And we send a message out to Cardiff who didn't look all that on Friday night but who I think will finish in the top two...with us. I'm so **** excited about this one!! Come on Matty, score a hat-trick and send us loopy![/p][/quote]You "don't get the hype with Derby"... The team that were the best team in the playoffs, 5 minutes away from probable victory, haven't lost anyone, have a manager with a great record and reputation in league football... Yeah I can see why you aren't convinced. As for Forsyth, he played a lot of games for that team and scored a good'un against, who was it? Oh yeah, us. As it happens I think we'll come second to them. not a regular
  • Score: -7

4:06pm Fri 15 Aug 14

Paul Gadd says...

Yes you're right Matty son.......as the returning superstar the pressure is on to repeat the goals of your first season with us.......just don't go missing for the 2nd half of the season!

We need to go up on auto......playoff defeat still hurts.......
Yes you're right Matty son.......as the returning superstar the pressure is on to repeat the goals of your first season with us.......just don't go missing for the 2nd half of the season! We need to go up on auto......playoff defeat still hurts....... Paul Gadd
  • Score: -3

4:11pm Fri 15 Aug 14

Scullion says...

Matty does not need to feel under pressure ...he needs to simply relax and do what comes naturally .... His goal against Bolton shows he has the confidence and support he needs to release his pace.... He will put fear into many defences this season and that will free up space for Troy (hopefully) and Fessi. We have so much talent in the squad. If they all gel and Beppe gets them organised and together as a unit we will be up there or there abouts. If Matty and the boys do their thing and we do ours by getting behind them all with enthusiastic support and noise we will conquer all before us. Oh.... And watch Mr Gomez become a legend this season.... He will be a star in a team of stars..... Feeling good about this.
Matty does not need to feel under pressure ...he needs to simply relax and do what comes naturally .... His goal against Bolton shows he has the confidence and support he needs to release his pace.... He will put fear into many defences this season and that will free up space for Troy (hopefully) and Fessi. We have so much talent in the squad. If they all gel and Beppe gets them organised and together as a unit we will be up there or there abouts. If Matty and the boys do their thing and we do ours by getting behind them all with enthusiastic support and noise we will conquer all before us. Oh.... And watch Mr Gomez become a legend this season.... He will be a star in a team of stars..... Feeling good about this. Scullion
  • Score: 8

4:19pm Fri 15 Aug 14

harryhornet says...

not a regular wrote:
harryhornet wrote:
We look good but our finishing position will be dictated by the strength (or otherwise) of the teams around us. Most pundits seem to think we'll finish somewhere between 4th-8th and the teams they think will finish above us are the likes of Derby, Norwich, Cardiff, Blackburn, Wigan, Forest. I honestly don't get the hype with Derby who are most people's tip for Champions. Maybe I'm missing something but aside from a guy who can score a few goals upfront in Chris Martin, they don't look strong on paper at all. Forsyth must have kicked on a hell of a lot to be able to make it into a team widely tipped to go the distance. Of the others, I'd say Cardiff and Norwich look strong but all of the others are relying on gambles coming off. I'm an unashamed member of the "we shouldn't have sold Assombalonga" club but I also recognise he is by no means a sure-fire thing in the Championship and if he fails to hit the mark, I can see Forest struggling. I don't think Blackburn or Wigan look solid enough. Despite their slip up last week I think Norwich could have a good stab at it unless their poor start continues and people start getting jittery - not least their rookey manager. All of which is a long winded way of saying I think tomorrow's game is potentially one of the most important games of the Championship. If we win we give ourselves a huge shot in the arm whilst at the same time potentially putting a genuine challenger under pressure that they might struggle to recover from. And we send a message out to Cardiff who didn't look all that on Friday night but who I think will finish in the top two...with us. I'm so **** excited about this one!! Come on Matty, score a hat-trick and send us loopy!
You "don't get the hype with Derby"... The team that were the best team in the playoffs, 5 minutes away from probable victory, haven't lost anyone, have a manager with a great record and reputation in league football... Yeah I can see why you aren't convinced. As for Forsyth, he played a lot of games for that team and scored a good'un against, who was it? Oh yeah, us. As it happens I think we'll come second to them.
I don't disagree that Derby did well at the back end of last year. I just think they over-achieved and blew their chance. Losing in the play-off final is hardly a guarantee of success the following year - we have painful experience of that...

McClaren doesn't inspire me and I'd disagree he has a great record in league football (I'm not even going to mention his record as an international manager...). I'd say he did what you'd expect from a manger with the budget he had at Middlesboro and since then his only jobs in England have been Forest where at best you'd say he didn't pull up trees and Derby where, as I say, I think he over-achieved in the few months he's had there.

But hey, its all about opinions and I might well be wrong. Hope I'm not though!
[quote][p][bold]not a regular[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]harryhornet[/bold] wrote: We look good but our finishing position will be dictated by the strength (or otherwise) of the teams around us. Most pundits seem to think we'll finish somewhere between 4th-8th and the teams they think will finish above us are the likes of Derby, Norwich, Cardiff, Blackburn, Wigan, Forest. I honestly don't get the hype with Derby who are most people's tip for Champions. Maybe I'm missing something but aside from a guy who can score a few goals upfront in Chris Martin, they don't look strong on paper at all. Forsyth must have kicked on a hell of a lot to be able to make it into a team widely tipped to go the distance. Of the others, I'd say Cardiff and Norwich look strong but all of the others are relying on gambles coming off. I'm an unashamed member of the "we shouldn't have sold Assombalonga" club but I also recognise he is by no means a sure-fire thing in the Championship and if he fails to hit the mark, I can see Forest struggling. I don't think Blackburn or Wigan look solid enough. Despite their slip up last week I think Norwich could have a good stab at it unless their poor start continues and people start getting jittery - not least their rookey manager. All of which is a long winded way of saying I think tomorrow's game is potentially one of the most important games of the Championship. If we win we give ourselves a huge shot in the arm whilst at the same time potentially putting a genuine challenger under pressure that they might struggle to recover from. And we send a message out to Cardiff who didn't look all that on Friday night but who I think will finish in the top two...with us. I'm so **** excited about this one!! Come on Matty, score a hat-trick and send us loopy![/p][/quote]You "don't get the hype with Derby"... The team that were the best team in the playoffs, 5 minutes away from probable victory, haven't lost anyone, have a manager with a great record and reputation in league football... Yeah I can see why you aren't convinced. As for Forsyth, he played a lot of games for that team and scored a good'un against, who was it? Oh yeah, us. As it happens I think we'll come second to them.[/p][/quote]I don't disagree that Derby did well at the back end of last year. I just think they over-achieved and blew their chance. Losing in the play-off final is hardly a guarantee of success the following year - we have painful experience of that... McClaren doesn't inspire me and I'd disagree he has a great record in league football (I'm not even going to mention his record as an international manager...). I'd say he did what you'd expect from a manger with the budget he had at Middlesboro and since then his only jobs in England have been Forest where at best you'd say he didn't pull up trees and Derby where, as I say, I think he over-achieved in the few months he's had there. But hey, its all about opinions and I might well be wrong. Hope I'm not though! harryhornet
  • Score: 3

5:39pm Fri 15 Aug 14

endean2 says...

gloryhornet4 wrote:
I got a few thumbs down for it but it is not just a case of promotion, but will Watford break 100 points this season.
are you serious? or simply a joke
some comments on this site would have you question the sanity of
WFC supporters
[quote][p][bold]gloryhornet4[/bold] wrote: I got a few thumbs down for it but it is not just a case of promotion, but will Watford break 100 points this season.[/p][/quote]are you serious? or simply a joke some comments on this site would have you question the sanity of WFC supporters endean2
  • Score: 6

9:36pm Fri 15 Aug 14

JonBoy says...

Can't believe people are assuming we will get 100pts and promotion, we've won one Championship game for gods sake
Can't believe people are assuming we will get 100pts and promotion, we've won one Championship game for gods sake JonBoy
  • Score: 2

2:12am Sat 16 Aug 14

hondas says...

gloryhornet4 wrote:
I got a few thumbs down for it but it is not just a case of promotion, but will Watford break 100 points this season.
greedy pratt
[quote][p][bold]gloryhornet4[/bold] wrote: I got a few thumbs down for it but it is not just a case of promotion, but will Watford break 100 points this season.[/p][/quote]greedy pratt hondas
  • Score: 0

8:51am Sat 16 Aug 14

corbindallas says...

I think all this talk about who is favourite and who will be 3rd to 6th is irrelevant as it was last season, who had Burnley down for promotion at the start of the season! QPR had a host of very experienced expensive premiership players on their books and they struggled to the finish line, this is down to a team gelling and believing they can achieve, to that end charachters like Deeney are actually more important than just goals and you have seen the likes of Dyer and Vydra praise him on and off the pitch, something Danny Graham did when he was with us and Fitz Hall, these players give you confidence and relax you to be able to play better football, and I prety we keep hold of Deeney uness a really silly bid comes in of 15 million then the Pozzo's should keep him regardless.
I think all this talk about who is favourite and who will be 3rd to 6th is irrelevant as it was last season, who had Burnley down for promotion at the start of the season! QPR had a host of very experienced expensive premiership players on their books and they struggled to the finish line, this is down to a team gelling and believing they can achieve, to that end charachters like Deeney are actually more important than just goals and you have seen the likes of Dyer and Vydra praise him on and off the pitch, something Danny Graham did when he was with us and Fitz Hall, these players give you confidence and relax you to be able to play better football, and I prety we keep hold of Deeney uness a really silly bid comes in of 15 million then the Pozzo's should keep him regardless. corbindallas
  • Score: 1

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