Nicknames Of National Football Teams: Listed From A-Z

Nicknames Of National Football Teams

One of the most difficult things for new fans to understand are the nicknames of national football teams.

What? You thought that national teams playing in the World Cup were just called “Nigeria” or “England”? Nope—they have nicknames.

There are some cool ones, some weird ones and some stupid ones!

You'll see a bit of all three in this list.

These national football teams and their nicknames are not all official names, and you’d be surprised to learn that some national teams use more than one nickname.

I have exhaustively tried to find the most commonly used nicknames and included them in this article.

As you’d see, these national soccer team nicknames are commonly derived from the color of their playing strip or country flag, or an animal associated with the country.

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Nicknames Of African Football Teams

African football teams have always had unusual nicknames, and this has become a tradition in the continent. Most of the teams are nicknamed after animals as they represent life, strength, and courage.

Some nicknames were made by the fans which are usually related to the colours of their flags or natural phenomena in the country.

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Nigeria Soccer Team Nickname

I’m not going to go on without mention the Nigeria national team in particular.

Just as the Algeria football team, Senegal national team, Brazil national team – and so on and so forth – all have nicknames, so does Nigeria.

The Nigeria national football team are nicknamed Super Eagles and they are governed by the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF).

Meanwhile, I have this article where I made a list of super eagles coaches – and I mean ALL of them from inception till date.

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National Football Team Nicknames

Let me attempt to examine the nicknaming practice of national football teams.

Each team are known by their nations’ respective official name.

However, it has been observed that in addition to the official name, most if not all national football teams tend to bear a nickname.

In most cases, such nicknames of football teams reveal linguistic creativity; innovation and unlimited imagination on the part of the namers.

This practice of nicknaming in football also exhibits the nature of social interaction between human beings and other animate and inanimate beings alike in the world in which they are found. 

For this reason, the interchange between the two above indicates that a nickname, like a proper name, is: “a social statement reflecting the bearer, the namer and the social environment in which the name is found.

Nicknames in football show connotative meanings that reflect deep-rooted social, political and national pride and patriotism of the people for their respective nations.

This in turn appears to foreground a nation's expectations of success in soccer.

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Nickname definition and what it really means

The term nickname has been defined as a name given to an individual [or even a collective entity] by a community which is usually descriptive in form because it tends to sum up that individual [or group] character’s physical shape or idiosyncratic features.

What's more, nicknames act as tokens for establishing an informal relaxed atmosphere”.

Nicknames are evocative and carry particular messages.

Meaning nicknames are not mere empty words but are words that say something about their referents.

Africans have their own naming system that reflects their linguistic diversity and link them to their own cultural and social values and traditions.

In the context of football, national teams bear nicknames that are given purposefully and which reflect the national team’s fighting spirit.

Unlike proper names which are usually given by someone or by an institution and are easily identifiable, nicknames in soccer may be given by either sports journalists as they write their news stories or by football fans through associating what they see to what they expect or what is already known.

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The following is a list of football team nicknames:

Team

Nickname

Origin

Afghanistan

Team Melli

meaning “the National Team” (in Persian)

Albania

Kuqezijte

“the Red and Blacks” (in Albanian)

Algeria

Les Fennecs

The Desert Foxes (in French)

American Samoa

Au Filli

“the National Team” (in Samoan)

Andorra

la Seleccio Tricolor

“the Tricolor Selection” (in Catalan)

Angola

Os Palancas Negras

The Black Antelopes (in Portuguese)

Anguilla

the Rainbow Warriors or "the Soccer Dolphins"

Antigua and Barbuda

the Wadadi Boyz

Wadadi is a local dance

Argentina

la Albiceleste

“the White and Sky Blues” (in Spanish)

Armenia

Azgayin Havaqakan

“the National Team” in Armenia

Aruba

La Selección

“the Selection”

Australia

the Socceroos

a hybrid word from Soccer and Kangaroo (a native animal to Australia)

Austria

Wunderteam

meaning the Wonder Team (also das Team, die Rot-Weiss-Roten - “the Red, White and Reds” in German)

Azerbaijan

Odlar Yurdu Komandasi

“the Team from the Land of Fire” in Azeri

Bahamas

the Rake and Scrape Boys

named after a local dance

Bahrain

Al Theeb Al Ahmar

meaning “the Red Wolves” in Arabic

Bangladesh

Jatyia Dol

“the National Team” in Bengali

Barbados

Bajan Pride

Bajan is a popular team for citizens of Barbados

Belarus

Belyia kryly

which means "White wings". Previously it was "Nacionalnaya Sbornaya" meaning “the National Team” in Belorussian.

Belgium

les Diables Rouges / Rode Duivels

meaning 'the Red Devils' (in French and Dutch)

Belize

The Jaguars

Benin

Les Ecureuils

The Squirrels (in French)

Bermuda

the Gombey Warriors

after a traditional dance

Bhutan

the Yellow Dragons

also Druk XI (“the Dragons XI” in Dzongkha)

Bolivia

La Verde

La Verde means 'The Green' or to some 'The Green Pasture' because of one of the colors of the national flag.

Bosnia-Herzegovina

Zmajevi

("The Dragons")

Zmajevi means "The Dragons". It is a popular nickname of all Bosnian sport players. In foreign media, the team is sometimes referred to as the Golden Lilies. Other names that have been used include: BH Representacija - “the National Team” (in Bosnian), and Zuto-Plavi (“the Blue and Yellows” in Bosnian).

Botswana

Dipitse ("The Zebras")

meaning "The Zebras" in the Tswana lanuage

Brazil

Canarinho, or Seleção

Canarinho means 'little canary', and Seleção means The Selection/Team (in Portuguese). Other names that are sometimes used are Verde-Amarela (Green and Yellow)

Pentacampeões (Five Time Champions), and Os Tupis - The "tupis" (a brazilian indigenous group)

British Virgin Islands

the Nature Boyz

Brunei Darussalam

Tebuan

meaning "The Wasps" or “the Hornets” in Malay.

Bulgaria

Lavovete

“the Lions” in Bulgarian

Burkina Faso

les Etalons

the Stallions” in French

Burundi

les Hirondelles – Intamba Mu Rugamba

“the Swallows” in French and Kirundi

Cambodia

Krom Chumreswcheit

“the National Team” in Khmer

Cameroon

Lions indomitables

meaning Indomitable Lions (in French)

Canada

the Canucks

Canucks is a slang term for Canadians. Also Les Rouges, meaning 'The Reds'

Cape Verde

Tubaroes Azuis

“the Blue Sharks” (in Portuguese). Also Crioulos (“the Creoles” in Portuguese)

Cayman Islands

Cayman Islands Team

maybe "The Turtles"

Central African Republic

les Faons d’Ubangui

“the Fwans of Ubangui”, a tributary of the Congo river, in French

Chad

les Sao

after the Sao civilization that once inhabited part of Chad

Chile

La Roja

The Reds (in Spanish)

China

Team China – Zhong Guo Dui,

also Team Dragon – Long Zhi Dui

Chinese Taipei

Zhong Hua Dui

“China Team” in Chinese

Colombia

Los Cafeteros

meaning The Coffee Growers in Spanish. Also “the Tricolors”

Comoros

les Coelecantes

“the Coelecanths” in French, a prehistoric fish once believed to be extinct but which has reappeared off the coast of Comoros

Congo

les Diables Rouges

“the Red Devils” in French

Congo DR

Les Léopards / The Leopards

Between 1960 and 1965, they were called the Lions. From 1965 till 1997 they were the Leoopards, before reverting back to the Simbas (“the Lions” in Swahili) from 1997 till 2006. However this Swahili name was unpopular to non-Swahili speakers, so they again became the Leopards.

Cook Islands

Soka Kuki Airani

“the National Team” in Maori, the Green and Whites

Costa Rica

Los Ticos

Spanish slang for natives of Costa Rica. Also la Tricolor (“the Tricolors” in Spanish), la Roja (“the Reds”), la Sele (“the Selection”

Cote d’Ivoire

Les Éléphants

The Elephants (in French), due to their part in the 19th century Ivory trade

Croatia

Vatreni

meaning Fiery boys. Also sometimes Kockasti (The Chequereds)

Cuba

la Tricolor

meaning “the Tricolors” (in Spanish). Also los Leones del Caribe (“the Lions of the Caribbean”)

Curaçao

?

Cyprus

I Galanolefki

“the White and Blues” in Greek

Czech Republic

Lokomotiva

The Locomotive. Also Cesti Lvi ( "the Czech Lions” in Czech), Narodny Tym (“the National Team” in Czech)

Demark

Danish Dynamite

Djibouti

les Riverains de la Mer Rouge

the Young Red Sea in French

Dominica

Dominica Team

maybe "los Pericos"

Dominican Republic

los Quisqueyanos

a slang term for Dominicans in Spanish

Ecuador

la Tri or la Tricolor

the Tricolor (in Spanish)

Egypt

the Pharaohs

El Salvador

Los Guanacos or La Selecta

“Guanaco” is Spanish slang for citizens of El Salvador

England

the Three Lions

Equatorial Guinea

la Nzalang Nacional

“the National Lighting” (in Fang). Also Veve Nacional (“the National Sparkle” in Fang).

Eritrea

the Red Sea Boys

Estonia

Sinisargid

“the Blues” in Estonian

Ethiopia

Walyas

a species of wild goat

Faroe Islands

Landslidid

“the National Team” in Faroese

Fiji

Bula Boys

Bula is a fijian greeting. Also sometimes "Timi ni viti", meaning “the National Team” in Fijian

Finland

Sinivalkoiset

“the White and Blues” in Finnish

France

les Bleus

meaning 'the blues' in French

Gabon

Les Panthères

the Panthers” in French

Gambia

the Scorpions

Georgia

Jvarosnebi

meaning “the Crisaders” in Georgian. Also Erovnuli Nakrevi (“the National Team” in Georgian)

Germany

Die Nationalmannschaft, or Die Nationalelf

meaning 'The National Team', 'The National Eleven' (in German). Outside of Germany, simply 'Die Mannschaft' (The Team) is commonly used.

Ghana

the Black Stars

a reference to the sole black star on Ghana's flag

Greece

I Galanolefki

translates as “the Sky Blue and White team” in Greek. They are also sometimes referred to as Ethniki Ellados (“the Greek Team” in Greek) and ''To Peiratikó'' (“Pirates” in Greek) though the pirates is not an official nickname, it just came about after they won Euro 2004.

Grenada

the Spice Boyz

Guam

Matao

Matao refers to the people in the upper class of the ancient Guam society. Previously the team was known as "the Men in Blue and White".

Guatemala

el Equipo Chapin

“Chapin” is Spanish slang for a citizen of Guatemala. also la Azul y Blanco (“the Blue and Whites” in Spanish) and la Bicolor (“the Bicolors”)

Guinea

Syli Nationale

the National Elephants. Syli is a word in Sousou, a Guinean language, which means Elephant.

Guinea-Bissau

os Djurtus

Creole for a species of fox

Guyana

The Golden Jaguars, the Guy Stars

Haiti

les Bicolores

les Bicolores means “the Bicolors” in French. There are also several other names that they are known by, including:

Les Grenadiers

Le Rouge et Bleu

La Sélection Nationale

l’Onze national (“the National Eleven” in French)

Toup Pou Yo

Honduras

Los Catrachos

Catracho is Spanish slang for a citizen of Honduras, therefore meaning 'the Hondurans'. Also la Bicolor (“the Bicolors” in Spanish)

Hong Kong

Hong Kong Team

Hungary

Valogatott

“the National Team” in Hungarian). Also the Magical Magyars (particularly in relation to the Hungary team of the 1950s)

Iceland

Strakamir Okkar

“Our Boys” in Icelandic

India

Blue Tigers

The Indian National team are also sometimes referred to as the "Bhangra Boys" (Bhangra is a dance originating from the Punjab region)

Indonesia

Merah Putih

meaning “the Red and Whites”. Another nickname for the Indonesian Football Team is "Garuda" (see comments below)

Iran

Team Melli

meaning the National Team (in Persian). Also Shirants Perse / Shiran-e Pars (“the Persian Lions” in Persian).

Iraq

Osod Al Rafideen

“the Lions of the Two Rivers” in Arabic, also the Babylon Lions

Israel

Nivheret Hatchelet

“the Sky Blue Team” in Hebrew

Italy

Azzurri

Azzurri is the plural of Azurro (Blue), terefore Azurri means "The Blues". The team is also sometimes referred to as la Nazionale (“the National Team”).

Jamaica

Reggae Boyz

Japan

Samurai Blues

also Nihon Daihyo (“Japanese Representatives” in Japanese)

Jordan

Al Nashama

“the Brave” in Arabic

Kazakhstan

Kazakhstanskie barsy

“the Snow Leopards” in Russian

Kenya

the Harambee Stars

“Harambee” means “We will work together” in Swahili and is also the country’s motto.

North Korea (Korea DPR)

Chollima

A Korean mythical horse, translates as "thousand-mile horse" and is portrayed as a mythical winged horse.

South Korea (Korea Republic)

Asian Tigers or Taeguk Warriors

also the Red Devils. The Taeguk symbol of two hands clasping is in the middle of the Korean flag.

Kuwait

Al Azraq

“the Blues” in Arabic

Kyrgyzstan

Krasnaya Sbornaya

“the Red Team” in Russian

Laos

Thim Xad

“the National Team” in Laos

Latvia

Izlase

“the National Team” in Latvian

Lebanon

Al Aarz

“the Team of Cedars” in Arabic

Lesotho

the Likuena

“the Crocodile” in Sesotho

Liberia

the Lone Star

Libya

Al Akhdar

“the Greens” in Arabic

Liechtenstein

Nati

short for “Nationalmannschaft”, meaning “National Team” in German

Lithuania

Rinktine

“the National Team” in Lithuanian

Luxembourg

D’Leiwen

“the Lions” in Luxembourgish

Macau

a Equipa Verde

“the Green Team” in Portuguese

Macedonia (Republic of North)

Црвени Рисови /

Crveni Risovi

“The Red Lynx”. Also known as Црвено-Жолти / Crveno-Žolti, meaning Red-Yellow.

Madagascar

Bareas

a species of zebu, which appears of the country’s coat of arms

Malawi

the Flames

the word “Malawi” itself means “flames” in Chichewa

Malaysia

Harimau Malaysia

“Malaysian Tigers”

Maldives

Red Snappers

The Red snapper is type of fish abundant in the waters around the Maldives. The team has also been known as Guamee Team - “the National Team” in Dhivehi.

Mali

Les Aigles

The Eagles (in French)

Malta

Knights of St John

Mauritania

les Mourabitounes

after an ancient dynasty that ruled Mauritania

Mauritius

Club M

Also "les Dodos" after the dodo bird

Mexico

el Tri / el Tricolor / Tricolores

also less commonly uses the alternative nickname of "Los Aztecas".

Moldova

Selectionata

“the Selection” in Moldovan

Mongolia

Blue Wolves

( Хөх чононууд )

Blue Wolf is a symbol of Turkic and Mongolian people.

Named after the Mongolian Blue Wolf legend. The team has also been known in the past as "Shegshee", which means “the National Team” in Mongolian.

Montenegro

Hrabri sokoli

“The Brave Falcons” in Serbian

Montserrat

the Emerald Boys

Morocco

les Lions de l’Atlas, Atlas Lions

“the Lions of Atlas” (in French), named after the Atlas Mountains

Mozambique

the Mambas

the most poisonous snake in Africa

Myanmar

White Angels

also Latywesinahthin, “the National Team” in Myanmar

Namibia

the Brave Warriors

Nepal

Gorkhalis

Gorkhalis means the inhabitants of Gorkha. Nepal was frequently called the Gorkhali Kingdom. Sometimes they are also called "Rastriya Toli", meaning “the National Team” in Nepalese.

Netherlands / Holland

Oranje

meaning 'orange' (in Dutch)

Netherlands Antilles

e Selekshon

“the Selection” in Papiamento

New Caledonia

les Cagous

French for the kagu bird that is native to New Caledonia. Also known as les Rouges et Gris (“the Red and Greys” in French).

New Zealand

the All Whites

Nicaragua

la Azul y Blanco

meaning “the Blues and Whites”. Also known as el Equipo Pinolero (“Pinolero” is a slang for a citizen of Nicaragua)

Niger

the Mena

a species of antelope

Nigeria

the Super Eagles

a reference to the Eagle in the country's Coat of Arms. The name was changed from Green Eagles to the Super Eagles.

Northern Mariana Islands

Blue Ayuyus

In the local Chamorro dialect, the "y" is pronounced like a "z." So it is pronounced ah-zu-zus. An ayuyu is a large land crab that is prized as a delicacy. Both the men and women's teams use this nickname.

Northern Ireland

the Green and White Army

Norway

Landslaget

“the National Team” in Norwegian

Oman

Al Ahmar

“the Reds” in Arabic

Pakistan

the Green and White Team

Palestine

Al Muntakhab

“the National Team” in Arabic

Panama

Marea Roja

“the Red Tide”. Also known as el Equipo Canalero (“the Canal Team”)

Papua New Guinea

PNG Team – Nesenol Tim

“the National Team” in Tok Pisin

Paraguay

Guaraníes

also La Albirroja (White and red in Spanish)

Peru

la Blanquirroja

“the White and Reds” in Spanish

Philippines

Azkals

Derived from the word askal, meaning “the Stray Dogs” in Philipino. They are also known as the "Tri-Stars" (From the three stars on their flag).

Poland

Bialo-Czerwoni

White-Reds ( in Polish). Also Polskie Orly (“ the Polish Eagles” in Polish)

Portugal

Selecção das Quinas

in Portuguese the word "QUINAS" is a 5 sided Polyhedron, representing the "Forts" (Castles) Conquered from the Moors, in the "Foundation" of Portugal in 1143.

Puerto Rico

El Huracán Azul

Spanish for "The Blue Hurricane"

Qatar

Al Ennabi

“the Crimsons” in Arabic

Republic of Ireland

the Boys in Green

Romania

Tricolorii

Three Colored Ones (in Romanian)

Russia

Sbornaya

The nickname Sbornaya for Russia is foreign. In Russian it's not a nickname but just a noun (originally an adjective) meaning 'national team' or 'selected team', i.e. the word is applied to any national/selected team in any sport.

Rwanda

Amavubi

“the Wasps” in Kinyarwanda

Samoa

Manumea

after a native bird

San Marino

la Serenissima

“the Most Serene” in Italian

Sao Tome e Principe

os Verde-Amarelos

“the Green and Yellows” in Portuguese

Saudi Arabia

Al Sogour Al Akhdar

“the Green Hawks/Falcons” (in Arabic). Also Ouilad Al Sahraa (“the Sons of the Desert” in Arabic)

Scotland

The Tartan Terriers

the "Tartan Army" is also used, particularly in reference of Scotland’s fans

Senegal

Les Lions de la Teranga

The Lions of Teranga / the Lions of Hospitality (in French). “Teranga” originates from the Wolof language.

Serbia

Plavi

the blue, or Orlovi (“the eagles” in Serbian)

Seychelles

the Pirates

Sierra Leone

the Leones Stars

Singapore

the Lions

Slovakia

Repre

In Slovakia the team is typically referred to as the Repre (Representation) or Národný tím (National team). However, in foreign media, they are often incorrectly described as Bojovní Jondovci (The Fighting Jondas).

Slovenia

Fantje

Meaning 'the boys'.However, the team's wikipedia page says that Slovenia does not have a nickname. They are sometimes incorrectly called The (Green) Dragons, a symbol of the Slovenian capital Ljubljana. There are also some references that the Slovenian team nickname is Reprezentanca, meaning “the Representatives” in Slovenian.

Solomon Islands

the Bonitos

after a species of fish similar to tuna

Somalia

the Ocean Stars

South Africa

Bafana Bafana

the boys, the boys in isiZulu.The name was coined by journalist Sibusiso Mseleku in 1992

Spain

La Furia Roja

meaning 'The Red Fury'. Also la Seleccion (“the Selection” in Spanish).

Sri Lanka

Brave Reds

also sometimes known as Papandu Kandyama, which means “the National Team” in Sinhalese.

St Kitts and Nevis

The Sugar Boyz

St Lucia

The Piton

St Vincent and the Grenadines

the Vincy Heat

Sudan

Sokoor Al-Jediane

Desert Hawks. Also the Nile Crocodiles

Suriname

Natio

Natio stands for the abbreviation of national, and national refers to national team. Other names that are used are A-Selektie, which means “the A Selection” in Dutch, and Suriboys.

Swaziland

Sihlangu Semnikati

“the Shield of His Majesty” in Swaz

Sweden

Blågult

the Blue and Yellows (in Swedish). Also Kronos (“the Crowns” in Swedish).

Switzerland

Schweizer Nati, or just Nati

meaning 'The Nats' – short for Nationals

Syria

Al Ahmar

the Reds” in Arabic

Tahiti

Toa Aito

in Tahitian means "The Iron Warriors". In French, it is Les guerriers de fer. It was previously believed to be "L'Equipe du Fenua", the Island team - “fenua” means “island” in Tahitian.

Tajikistan

Dastai Muntakhabi

“the National Team” in Tajik

Tanzania

the Taifa Stars

“Taifa” is Swahili for country. Also known as the Kilimanjaro Stars

Thailand

'War Elephants'

also known as Team Chart Tai, “the National Team” in Thai

Timor-Leste

O Sol Nascente

Meaning 'The Rising Sun' in Portugeuese. Also known as The Little Samba Nation and El Lafaek.

Togo

les Eperviers

the hawks or Sparrowhawks (in French)

Tonga

Timi Fakafomua

“the National Team” in Tongan

Trinidad & Tobago

The Soca Warriors

named after a local musical genre

Tunisia

Les Aigles de Carthage

The Eagles of Carthage (in French)

Turkey

Ay Yıldızlılar (or Ay Yildiz

meaning Crescent Stars

Turkmenistan

Akhal-Teke

meaning the Dark Horses

Turks and Caicos Islands

TCI Team

maybe also "the Ripsaw Boys"

Uganda

the Cranes

the bird which appears on their crest

Ukraine

Zbirna or Sbirna

national team (in Ukrainian)

United Arab Emirates

Al Sukoor

“the Eagles” in Arabic

Uruguay

Charrúas

also La Celeste Olímpica (The Olympic Sky Blue)

US Virgin Islands

The Dashing Eagle

The Dashing Eagle is the American symbol of power and grace, transformed to embody the unique optimism, flair, and self-determination of the islands.

USA

The Stars and Stripes

Other names that are used are Team USA and The Yanks. There does not appear to be an official name.

Uzbekistan

White Wolves (Oq boสปrilar/Oา ะฑั pะธะปap)

also sometimes known as Terma Jamoasi, meaning “the National Team” in Uzbek.

Vanuatu

the Men in Black and Gold

Venezuela

la Vinotinto

meaning “the Burgundies” in Spanish - because of the burgundy color of their shirts. They are also know by the names Los Llaneros (The Plainsmen) and La Remolacha Mecanica (The Clockwork Beet).

Vietnam

Doituyen Qocdia

“the National Team” in Vietnamese. Other names used are: Những chiến binh đỏ (The Red Warriors) and Ngôi sao vàng (The Golden Star).

Wales

the Dragons

Yemen

Al Yemen al Saeed

“Happy Yemen” in Arabic

Zaire

Leopards

Zambia

Chipolopolo

The Copper Bullets (in Bemba). The word comes from the copper mines in Kitwe. The team was formerly known as the KK 11, after the founding president Kenneth Kaunda, but changed the nickname in 1993.

Zimbabwe

the Warriors

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In wrapping up

Every name, be it personal or nickname, of anyone or anything, tells something about its owner (society/individual) or the namer. Thus, the nicknames tell something about people’s identities and what is most treasured about them.

All the nicknames listed in this post clearly convey some (needed or preferred) attributes of the respective teams.

However, these nicknames do not always reflect the performance of the teams in question but rather merely express the desires of the fans.

Also, the nicknames seem to be used in order to bond fans with respective teams which in turn are used to express the pride and patriotism that fans associate with their respective nations.

This is done by identifying one or two national symbolic emblems which are then adapted to nickname a team.

In so doing, fans are not only showing pride in a nation but also identifying a team as a symbol representing the nation.

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This article was most recently revised and updated 3 weeks ago

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