Bookies see Spurs switch for Poch

Mauricio Pochettino

Mauricio Pochettino

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SAINTS boss Mauricio Pochettino remains very much in the bookies’ minds to make a switch to North London.

This week’s decision by Manchester United to sack David Moyes will ensure the rumour mill goes into overdrive in the next few weeks.

Dutchman Louis Van Gaal is the early favourite with the bookmakers to take over from Moyes at Old Trafford.

Van Gaal had previously been favourite to replace Tim Sherwood at White Hart Lane.

He remains 4/1 with SkyBet, but is now second favourite behind Massimiliano Allegri at 7/2.

Allegri left his previous job in Serie A, with Milan, in January of this year. Pochettino, who has repeatedly said he will talk to Saints about his future after the current season has ended, is 5/1 third favourite to replace Sherwood.

The Saints manager is actually second favourite with SkyBet to become Arsene Wenger’s successor at Arsenal.

Pochettino is 16/1, the same odds as Steve Bould, with Dortmund’s Jurgen Klopp the favourite at 10/1.

The fact Pochettino has not yet signed a contract extension to his current deal, which expires in the summer of 2015, is concerning sections of the St Mary’s faithful.

A recent Daily Echo online poll showed over 80 per cent wanted the club to sort out the Argentinian’s future quickly.

But that is unlikely to happen, with only three games of Pochettino’s first full season as Saints boss remaining.

Not all Saints fans, though, are highly worried that their manager could leave this summer.

“I am not worried about Pochettino leaving. I would be more worried about who we would get in to replace him,” suggested Nick Illingsworth, editor of webzine The Ugly Inside “The average shelf life of a Premier League manager is about two years, so the reality is that he will leave one day.

“I am not sure he would get a better job than the one he has got at the moment.

“I do not believe he is as widely thought of elsewhere as we might think of him.

“He has been linked with several jobs, but his track record is not good enough for those jobs.

“If Sherwood leaves Tottenham, would they try to placate their fans by going for Pochettino? “In Spurs’ fans eyes, he has taken Southampton from a low mid table place to a high mid table place.

“Pochettino’s track record is taking clubs from a lowly league position up to mid table. He did that as Espanyol and he’s done that at Southampton.

“If you are looking to move on from finishing sixth to finishing second or third, would you look at Pochettino?”

The stats back that up.

Sherwood has banked 36 points from 19 games in charge since taking over last December.

In the same period, Pochettino has taken 11 points fewer.

Saints have also lost twice to Sherwood’s Tottenham, both by 3-2 margins.

And when the sides met at White Hart Lane last month, Saints let slip a 2-0 half-time lead to crash 3-2 to a last-minute goal.

In addition, this could be the first season of Pochettino’s managerial career – at Espanyol or Saints – where he has ended with more victories than defeats.

Illingsworth does not believe Saints’ potential top-eight finish this season is worthy of comparison with their previous one 11 years ago.

“Look at the side that Gordon Strachan had in 2003 when we finished eighth and also got to the cup final,” he recalled.

“With the players he had at his disposal, you could say we over-achieved that year.

“With the talent and players Pochettino has got at his disposal, you could say we’re under achieving at the moment to finish eighth.

“I saw something on social media the other day where somebody had listed their top five choices for manager of the year – Brendan Rodgers, Tony Pulis, Steve Bruce, Mark Hughes and Roberto Martinez.

“Pochettino was not mentioned anywhere at all.

“With the exception of Hughes, I had no complaints at the list.

“But even with Hughes, you could say he’s taken a squad which has had little investment and was widely tipped to struggle to within five points of Saints.”

Pochettino, meanwhile, is rated as high as 20/1 to replace Moyes at Manchester United by SportingBet.

Moyes is 22/1 to become the next Saints boss if Pochettino is enticed away, but the favourite at 5/2 to be named the next Newcastle manager.

Ex-Saint Alan Pardew, left, is coming under increasing pressure in the north east after losing his last five Premier League games, scoring just one goal and conceding 14. One of those losses was a 4-0 thrashing at St Mary’s.

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7:01am Thu 24 Apr 14

Velleity says...

Her's another version of this story.

"Yesterday morning Mauricio Pochettino was 2/1 (on Betfair) to take over at Tottenham. Today he is 9/2"

or: "Desperate journo looking for bad news ignores facts to embellish story, shock, horror."
Her's another version of this story. "Yesterday morning Mauricio Pochettino was 2/1 (on Betfair) to take over at Tottenham. Today he is 9/2" or: "Desperate journo looking for bad news ignores facts to embellish story, shock, horror." Velleity
  • Score: 19

7:07am Thu 24 Apr 14

Little Hitler says...

Daily Echo, what are the odds of MoPo STAYING at Southampton?
Daily Echo, what are the odds of MoPo STAYING at Southampton? Little Hitler
  • Score: 25

8:33am Thu 24 Apr 14

elvisimo says...

I think you could milk this er "story" for another few months - just keep rearranging the word n the title.
I think you could milk this er "story" for another few months - just keep rearranging the word n the title. elvisimo
  • Score: 13

9:39am Thu 24 Apr 14

OSPREYSAINT says...

At this moment in time, we have an ongoing situation, it could go in any of a number of different directions, the lack of true information is creatinng a situation where there is nothing new or factual to tell you, so for now it is time to remain silent. A further comment telling you what we don't will be issued in due course.
At this moment in time, we have an ongoing situation, it could go in any of a number of different directions, the lack of true information is creatinng a situation where there is nothing new or factual to tell you, so for now it is time to remain silent. A further comment telling you what we don't will be issued in due course. OSPREYSAINT
  • Score: 8

10:33am Thu 24 Apr 14

OSPREYSAINT says...

CORRECTION:
At this moment in time, we have an ongoing situation, it could go in any of a number of different directions, the lack of true information is creating a situation where there is nothing new or factual to tell you, so for now it is time to remain silent. A further comment telling you what we don't know will be issued in due course.
CORRECTION: At this moment in time, we have an ongoing situation, it could go in any of a number of different directions, the lack of true information is creating a situation where there is nothing new or factual to tell you, so for now it is time to remain silent. A further comment telling you what we don't know will be issued in due course. OSPREYSAINT
  • Score: 5

11:12am Thu 24 Apr 14

just kidding says...

Really Echo! Now I am certain your having a laugh. Now here's a thought, instead of rehashing this tired old subject over and over, Why not lead with something more creative, for example, how the Financial Fair Play rules might effect our club, and how its going to impact the way we do business. Maybe that's not sexy enough, but I bet It would make an interesting read if you did an analysis on how it might effect who we buy or sell. One other thing, how close are we to being a top club? If you go by the kind of football we played this year then I would say pretty close, so freshen up will you he is not going anywhere. PS still love ya.
Really Echo! Now I am certain your having a laugh. Now here's a thought, instead of rehashing this tired old subject over and over, Why not lead with something more creative, for example, how the Financial Fair Play rules might effect our club, and how its going to impact the way we do business. Maybe that's not sexy enough, but I bet It would make an interesting read if you did an analysis on how it might effect who we buy or sell. One other thing, how close are we to being a top club? If you go by the kind of football we played this year then I would say pretty close, so freshen up will you he is not going anywhere. PS still love ya. just kidding
  • Score: 7

11:54am Thu 24 Apr 14

OSPREYSAINT says...

How many people aren't aware that kick off on Saturday is at 12:45 pm.?
For BT TV coverage, Just saying coz I have seen a few posts saying they can't wait until 3 o'Clock!
How many people aren't aware that kick off on Saturday is at 12:45 pm.? For BT TV coverage, Just saying coz I have seen a few posts saying they can't wait until 3 o'Clock! OSPREYSAINT
  • Score: 6

1:22pm Thu 24 Apr 14

kiddynamite says...

of course he would switch given the choice! Its a no brainer.
of course he would switch given the choice! Its a no brainer. kiddynamite
  • Score: -7

1:22pm Thu 24 Apr 14

tricky19791 says...

Just one rule of betting. Not all favorites win their race. That is probably what might happen here.

This story is getting boring and tiresome every day I read it. Why is it that the only one reporting this is the Daily Echo?

Please can you find out what really is happening by going to the club and get some facts instead of relying of the bookmakers to get your stories from?
Just one rule of betting. Not all favorites win their race. That is probably what might happen here. This story is getting boring and tiresome every day I read it. Why is it that the only one reporting this is the Daily Echo? Please can you find out what really is happening by going to the club and get some facts instead of relying of the bookmakers to get your stories from? tricky19791
  • Score: 2

2:09pm Thu 24 Apr 14

Velleity says...

kiddynamite wrote:
of course he would switch given the choice! Its a no brainer.
Wahey! The tits are making noise early this year.
[quote][p][bold]kiddynamite[/bold] wrote: of course he would switch given the choice! Its a no brainer.[/p][/quote]Wahey! The tits are making noise early this year. Velleity
  • Score: 5

3:30pm Thu 24 Apr 14

pompey in spain says...

if mopo stays i think you lot will be in the top 4 next season
if mopo stays i think you lot will be in the top 4 next season pompey in spain
  • Score: 1

3:33pm Thu 24 Apr 14

pompey in spain says...

it would be good for the prem to have a different team up there fighting for the title like S.F.C.
it would be good for the prem to have a different team up there fighting for the title like S.F.C. pompey in spain
  • Score: 5

3:36pm Thu 24 Apr 14

pompey in spain says...

and what with lambert scoring the winning penalty against brazil to win the world cup,its looking good for the red side of hampshire!!!!!!!!!!!
!!!!!
and what with lambert scoring the winning penalty against brazil to win the world cup,its looking good for the red side of hampshire!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!! pompey in spain
  • Score: 0

3:40pm Thu 24 Apr 14

pompey in spain says...

but iam currently drunk and suffering from sun stroke!! so take these comments the way they are intended!!!!!!!!!!!!
but iam currently drunk and suffering from sun stroke!! so take these comments the way they are intended!!!!!!!!!!!! pompey in spain
  • Score: -6

4:08pm Thu 24 Apr 14

bobby the crane says...

To be perfectly honest & seeing the above crap comments, although he has done exceptionally well @ SFC, the cards are on the table he will be moving on to greener pastures, WATCH THIS SPACE
To be perfectly honest & seeing the above crap comments, although he has done exceptionally well @ SFC, the cards are on the table he will be moving on to greener pastures, WATCH THIS SPACE bobby the crane
  • Score: -4

4:13pm Thu 24 Apr 14

elvisimo says...

pompey in spain wrote:
but iam currently drunk and suffering from sun stroke!! so take these comments the way they are intended!!!!!!!!!!!!
should that ready "always drunk and suffering from a stroke"...
[quote][p][bold]pompey in spain[/bold] wrote: but iam currently drunk and suffering from sun stroke!! so take these comments the way they are intended!!!!!!!!!!!![/p][/quote]should that ready "always drunk and suffering from a stroke"... elvisimo
  • Score: -1

4:33pm Thu 24 Apr 14

Gary Clark says...

It is no surprise that giving the success of Saints this season it was obvious that our mangers, (Mauricio Pochettino) stock was going to rise quickly, Saints have had a fantastic season and have played some really good attacking football which has seen them comfortably in mid-table most of the season, a vibrant young, energetic side has been a joy to watch and can only get better and push on in the next few seasons. My only criticism of Mauricio Pochettino this season would be giving our comfortably mid-table position the fact he played weaker teams in both cup competitions when we had a good chance to go all the way where even if we made the final could have guaranteed the club European football which would have put Saints in a great position in terms of attracting better quality players to help push the club further. I want Mauricio Pochettino to stay and develop this young team on to greater things and continue his excellent management here with Southampton Football Club, the key to this I believe is how ambitious our new board is? and how our new chairman can persuade the manager to stay and attract quality players to come to Southampton. If and it's a big if Mauricio Pochettino were to leave for pastures new then I wouldn't argue with a certain David Moyes becoming our new manager as he would suit Southampton perfectly, although he struggled at Man Utd theres no getting around the fact he done an amazing job at Everton in his time there and pushed the club forward and nearly got them into the Champions League, has proven track record of giving young academy players there chances, and has a good eye for quality players. either way David Moyes could be on Spurs managerial list which would be great because Mauricio Pochettino will stay or if he goes David Moyes can come to Southampton?????????
It is no surprise that giving the success of Saints this season it was obvious that our mangers, (Mauricio Pochettino) stock was going to rise quickly, Saints have had a fantastic season and have played some really good attacking football which has seen them comfortably in mid-table most of the season, a vibrant young, energetic side has been a joy to watch and can only get better and push on in the next few seasons. My only criticism of Mauricio Pochettino this season would be giving our comfortably mid-table position the fact he played weaker teams in both cup competitions when we had a good chance to go all the way where even if we made the final could have guaranteed the club European football which would have put Saints in a great position in terms of attracting better quality players to help push the club further. I want Mauricio Pochettino to stay and develop this young team on to greater things and continue his excellent management here with Southampton Football Club, the key to this I believe is how ambitious our new board is? and how our new chairman can persuade the manager to stay and attract quality players to come to Southampton. If and it's a big if Mauricio Pochettino were to leave for pastures new then I wouldn't argue with a certain David Moyes becoming our new manager as he would suit Southampton perfectly, although he struggled at Man Utd theres no getting around the fact he done an amazing job at Everton in his time there and pushed the club forward and nearly got them into the Champions League, has proven track record of giving young academy players there chances, and has a good eye for quality players. either way David Moyes could be on Spurs managerial list which would be great because Mauricio Pochettino will stay or if he goes David Moyes can come to Southampton????????? Gary Clark
  • Score: 5

4:59pm Thu 24 Apr 14

saintmac says...

Todays London Evening Standard says Spurs may now be linked to Moyes.
Todays London Evening Standard says Spurs may now be linked to Moyes. saintmac
  • Score: 4

5:18pm Thu 24 Apr 14

Malcombe says...

The best way to stop this ridiculous on going Betting nonsense is for all Journalist to stop walking into Betting Shops and emerging with another story.

I have never ever known such pondering for who will become the next Manager of a Premiership Football Club, I've thought all along it is these Bookies who offer these odds to get under the skin of the Supporters of another Club and they are succeeding.
A Club not considered to one of the top 5 or 6 in the Premiership is not allowed to grow in stature and become successful and become the 6 or 7 top Club in the eyes who? I and many others think otherwise that it's about time another Club came out of the shadows who have always been a Club that make up the numbers times are changing.

Southampton are a famous long established Football Club who have a mission, they want to be a top Club not linger and fight for survival every season and should and are allowed to continue this path with what is definitely a positive ambition.
Why shouldn't a new Manager want to stay at Southampton when the skies the limit, why shouldn't Players want to play for the Club, why must it be assumed that world class Players only want to play for a top Club even though MoPo is not a proven experienced Manager?

What he is proving is in a very short time is he will be in the list of top Managers and will attract world class Players to a very successful Southampton Football Club that will never ever want to be looking up from near the bottom of the Premier League again, so I will do my utmost to ignore all this tittle tattle and wait for the positive news that we all want to know but it's not easy COYR
The best way to stop this ridiculous on going Betting nonsense is for all Journalist to stop walking into Betting Shops and emerging with another story. I have never ever known such pondering for who will become the next Manager of a Premiership Football Club, I've thought all along it is these Bookies who offer these odds to get under the skin of the Supporters of another Club and they are succeeding. A Club not considered to one of the top 5 or 6 in the Premiership is not allowed to grow in stature and become successful and become the 6 or 7 top Club in the eyes who? I and many others think otherwise that it's about time another Club came out of the shadows who have always been a Club that make up the numbers times are changing. Southampton are a famous long established Football Club who have a mission, they want to be a top Club not linger and fight for survival every season and should and are allowed to continue this path with what is definitely a positive ambition. Why shouldn't a new Manager want to stay at Southampton when the skies the limit, why shouldn't Players want to play for the Club, why must it be assumed that world class Players only want to play for a top Club even though MoPo is not a proven experienced Manager? What he is proving is in a very short time is he will be in the list of top Managers and will attract world class Players to a very successful Southampton Football Club that will never ever want to be looking up from near the bottom of the Premier League again, so I will do my utmost to ignore all this tittle tattle and wait for the positive news that we all want to know but it's not easy COYR Malcombe
  • Score: 1

6:02pm Thu 24 Apr 14

Clever Dick says...

pompey in spain wrote:
but iam currently drunk and suffering from sun stroke!! so take these comments the way they are intended!!!!!!!!!!!!
And I too would hope that portsea island have another equally successful season and manage to just avoid another humiliating relegation. Well that's finished off that bottle of gin. Got another one in the fridge luv?
[quote][p][bold]pompey in spain[/bold] wrote: but iam currently drunk and suffering from sun stroke!! so take these comments the way they are intended!!!!!!!!!!!![/p][/quote]And I too would hope that portsea island have another equally successful season and manage to just avoid another humiliating relegation. Well that's finished off that bottle of gin. Got another one in the fridge luv? Clever Dick
  • Score: 2

6:05pm Thu 24 Apr 14

OSPREYSAINT says...

http://www.saintsfc.
co.uk/news/article/g
allery-training-sout
hampton-vs-everton-1
508541.aspx

Shock horror, no sign of MP or Spider, or the Wotsit, fear the worst.
http://www.saintsfc. co.uk/news/article/g allery-training-sout hampton-vs-everton-1 508541.aspx Shock horror, no sign of MP or Spider, or the Wotsit, fear the worst. OSPREYSAINT
  • Score: 0

6:11pm Thu 24 Apr 14

Hobson82 says...

Gary Clark wrote:
It is no surprise that giving the success of Saints this season it was obvious that our mangers, (Mauricio Pochettino) stock was going to rise quickly, Saints have had a fantastic season and have played some really good attacking football which has seen them comfortably in mid-table most of the season, a vibrant young, energetic side has been a joy to watch and can only get better and push on in the next few seasons. My only criticism of Mauricio Pochettino this season would be giving our comfortably mid-table position the fact he played weaker teams in both cup competitions when we had a good chance to go all the way where even if we made the final could have guaranteed the club European football which would have put Saints in a great position in terms of attracting better quality players to help push the club further. I want Mauricio Pochettino to stay and develop this young team on to greater things and continue his excellent management here with Southampton Football Club, the key to this I believe is how ambitious our new board is? and how our new chairman can persuade the manager to stay and attract quality players to come to Southampton. If and it's a big if Mauricio Pochettino were to leave for pastures new then I wouldn't argue with a certain David Moyes becoming our new manager as he would suit Southampton perfectly, although he struggled at Man Utd theres no getting around the fact he done an amazing job at Everton in his time there and pushed the club forward and nearly got them into the Champions League, has proven track record of giving young academy players there chances, and has a good eye for quality players. either way David Moyes could be on Spurs managerial list which would be great because Mauricio Pochettino will stay or if he goes David Moyes can come to Southampton?????????
I would disagree with your comment about David Moyes giving youth academy players a chance. Don't get me wrong I know sweet FA about Everton's youth academy so I can quite easily be proven wrong. But I can only think of 2 players he has brought through. Rooney and Rodwell.
And as for United the only player he has brought through was Januzai.
Hopefully MoPo will stay but what will be will be, if he does go I would like to see Uwe Rosler personally.
[quote][p][bold]Gary Clark[/bold] wrote: It is no surprise that giving the success of Saints this season it was obvious that our mangers, (Mauricio Pochettino) stock was going to rise quickly, Saints have had a fantastic season and have played some really good attacking football which has seen them comfortably in mid-table most of the season, a vibrant young, energetic side has been a joy to watch and can only get better and push on in the next few seasons. My only criticism of Mauricio Pochettino this season would be giving our comfortably mid-table position the fact he played weaker teams in both cup competitions when we had a good chance to go all the way where even if we made the final could have guaranteed the club European football which would have put Saints in a great position in terms of attracting better quality players to help push the club further. I want Mauricio Pochettino to stay and develop this young team on to greater things and continue his excellent management here with Southampton Football Club, the key to this I believe is how ambitious our new board is? and how our new chairman can persuade the manager to stay and attract quality players to come to Southampton. If and it's a big if Mauricio Pochettino were to leave for pastures new then I wouldn't argue with a certain David Moyes becoming our new manager as he would suit Southampton perfectly, although he struggled at Man Utd theres no getting around the fact he done an amazing job at Everton in his time there and pushed the club forward and nearly got them into the Champions League, has proven track record of giving young academy players there chances, and has a good eye for quality players. either way David Moyes could be on Spurs managerial list which would be great because Mauricio Pochettino will stay or if he goes David Moyes can come to Southampton?????????[/p][/quote]I would disagree with your comment about David Moyes giving youth academy players a chance. Don't get me wrong I know sweet FA about Everton's youth academy so I can quite easily be proven wrong. But I can only think of 2 players he has brought through. Rooney and Rodwell. And as for United the only player he has brought through was Januzai. Hopefully MoPo will stay but what will be will be, if he does go I would like to see Uwe Rosler personally. Hobson82
  • Score: 2

6:32pm Thu 24 Apr 14

NC Fan4Life says...

Saints stock is high at the moment so I am less worried about MoPo going than I am about loosing our best young players. We can attract most top managers to the club with the current young squad available to them.

The big issue is whether Ralph and the new board are going to make an impact and push the club forward or just settle for stability in mid-table.

The time for action is now. Make at least two top signings as soon as the window opens which would settle the players down and resolve the manager issue quickly. It would also stop some of the potentially destructive media speculation that is building weekly.
Saints stock is high at the moment so I am less worried about MoPo going than I am about loosing our best young players. We can attract most top managers to the club with the current young squad available to them. The big issue is whether Ralph and the new board are going to make an impact and push the club forward or just settle for stability in mid-table. The time for action is now. Make at least two top signings as soon as the window opens which would settle the players down and resolve the manager issue quickly. It would also stop some of the potentially destructive media speculation that is building weekly. NC Fan4Life
  • Score: 3

7:18pm Thu 24 Apr 14

Baddesley Bill says...

Dear Echo, thanks for keeping us all updated with the bookies odds.

Now go get some real news please. Cheers x
Dear Echo, thanks for keeping us all updated with the bookies odds. Now go get some real news please. Cheers x Baddesley Bill
  • Score: 3

11:28pm Thu 24 Apr 14

In search of the truth. says...

I can't see Southampton winning any more matches this season.
I can't see Southampton winning any more matches this season. In search of the truth.
  • Score: -1

11:34pm Thu 24 Apr 14

Malcombe says...

Not David Moyes please, I would rather have Mauricio Potchettino any day so let us all put his name forward to the Bookies and ask for a price and what odds, I haven't a clue because I've only been in a Bookies once in my 70 years but I know what I'd like to see to send all the speculators running for cover and it's not David Moyes coming to Southampton (God forbid) it's The Very Very Special One signing for another 4/5 years anyone else agree with that?
Not David Moyes please, I would rather have Mauricio Potchettino any day so let us all put his name forward to the Bookies and ask for a price and what odds, I haven't a clue because I've only been in a Bookies once in my 70 years but I know what I'd like to see to send all the speculators running for cover and it's not David Moyes coming to Southampton (God forbid) it's The Very Very Special One signing for another 4/5 years anyone else agree with that? Malcombe
  • Score: 0

11:41pm Thu 24 Apr 14

OSPREYSAINT says...

In search of the truth. wrote:
I can't see Southampton winning any more matches this season.
Why, won't they let you out?
[quote][p][bold]In search of the truth.[/bold] wrote: I can't see Southampton winning any more matches this season.[/p][/quote]Why, won't they let you out? OSPREYSAINT
  • Score: 3

11:43pm Thu 24 Apr 14

OSPREYSAINT says...

kiddynamite wrote:
of course he would switch given the choice! Its a no brainer.
You are probably right about the no brainer, seems to fit your persona well.
[quote][p][bold]kiddynamite[/bold] wrote: of course he would switch given the choice! Its a no brainer.[/p][/quote]You are probably right about the no brainer, seems to fit your persona well. OSPREYSAINT
  • Score: 0

2:58am Fri 25 Apr 14

Rising_Son says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
How many people aren't aware that kick off on Saturday is at 12:45 pm.?
For BT TV coverage, Just saying coz I have seen a few posts saying they can't wait until 3 o'Clock!
Yep, and we're on tv here, so no need to find a fuzzy stream this week. Happy days!
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: How many people aren't aware that kick off on Saturday is at 12:45 pm.? For BT TV coverage, Just saying coz I have seen a few posts saying they can't wait until 3 o'Clock![/p][/quote]Yep, and we're on tv here, so no need to find a fuzzy stream this week. Happy days! Rising_Son
  • Score: 0

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