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Mitrovic Explains Delay In Signing For Newcastle – Video

12:01 pm, Tuesday, July 21st, 2015 by Dr. Ed Harrison · 77 Comments

Here is a little bit of the Mitrovic interview today on nufcTV – which is a fantastic interview that all fans should see – and here he is explaining at the beginning why there was a delay in the deal – Newcastle and Anderlecht couldn’t agree on the fee although they were close – sound familiar?

Comments welcome.

Tags: Aleksandar Mitrovic · Contracts · Newcastle News · Transfer News and Rumours · Transfer Target

77 responses so far ↓

  • 1 Slank // Jul 21, 2015 at 12:02 PM

    will die for the toon army @ 30

    I admire your optimism but not your predictions.

    But if you really believe we will force our way into the top six now is the time to nip down to the bookies and put money on it as the odds will be fantastic and you will be rolling in it if it comes true !

  • 2 Munster Mag // Jul 21, 2015 at 12:05 PM

    Billson, good to have you on here again. Stick around ! You must be pleased that Ashley is showning more ambition. Hopefully these guys are not going to be sold in two years but i can live with that if the club has very good players lined up in an ambitious and pre-organised way. I would only agree with you if Tiote gets back to his old form. He has declined badly and I’m afraid we cant blame the last coaches solely for that, as so many do on this blog. I dont think he is capable of playing for a much better team than NUFC ( ie he is not Arsenal etc standard ) but hopefully Steve can reinvigourate him.

  • 3 Tsunki // Jul 21, 2015 at 12:05 PM

    Ian I fail to see the connection you make with this Ashley Madison site. So I can’t comment on that or your worrying about what my profession might be. Sorry.

  • 4 Munster Mag // Jul 21, 2015 at 12:06 PM

    Die for the toon army, you’re as mad as a box of frogs mate 🙂

  • 5 Tsunki // Jul 21, 2015 at 12:07 PM

    Jesper – I’m sorry but who is ‘gloatboy’?

  • 6 Munster Mag // Jul 21, 2015 at 12:09 PM

    It would be a shame if we stop buying now. I know Steve is talking about 3 windows but the club had a 40 mill profit and sky money. We need more players. I am not certain many will be shipped out as it might be better keeping the likes of Gouffy if Steve feels he can improve him, rater than risking an unknown. I would happily ship out a few ( Gouffy, Colo, Williamson etc ) but they have to be replaced, even in the 4/5 mill category. Either way, we surely need a centre half – a big one, not just Mbenga ?

  • 7 Jail for Ashley // Jul 21, 2015 at 12:10 PM

    Of course not. Ashley was planning on firing Pardew, Carver and Stone and paying Derby the compensation required to prise away Mclaren from them all along. Master plan.

  • 8 John Tudor // Jul 21, 2015 at 12:11 PM

    i see the rocks are moving

  • 9 tequilamag // Jul 21, 2015 at 12:13 PM

    JT @8 I think you said what we were all thinking

  • 10 jesperfuglsang - capt'n awesome of the lemon crew // Jul 21, 2015 at 12:13 PM

    BandB…It e great if you could find the time to maybe contemplate what I was really saying!

    …just reflect a bit on it! I don’t need your praise…

  • 11 magscar // Jul 21, 2015 at 12:13 PM


    on last thread – we also know that Ashley was within 90 minutes of him being ejected from the PL gravy train. We are also told by many posters that he doesn’t care for the fans. Your list of facts omits the most salient i.e. neither you or Blackley or me know what Ashley thought. My opinion is that this change of direction was on the cards once Pardew left but timing and availability of right candidates made it drawn out.

    There seems little in point in seeking to claim credit for where we are at when we can all bask in a blog starting to renew wider dialogue at least for now.

  • 12 Terry // Jul 21, 2015 at 12:14 PM

    Gouffran a very lucky lad to be playing professional football at this level

  • 13 BandB // Jul 21, 2015 at 12:15 PM


    I hope so.
    I have doubts over whether Colback is capable of competing successfully against the best midfields.
    I also know I could be mistaken.

  • 14 Blackley and Brownlie // Jul 21, 2015 at 12:15 PM

    Jail and others have been giving Ashley negative press for years. It never seems to bother him. The moment his club comes within a whisker of dropping out the Premiership with all its TV riches, Ashley is suddenly in the market for a horse and cart. Contrast Ashley’s and Charnley’s demeanours when they sit getting barracked at home games as against their mental antics when we avoided relegation. It’s money and riches that matter to them, not a few thousand empty seats. It won’t stop the boycotters claiming credit for anything and everything positive that happens.

  • 15 Munster Mag // Jul 21, 2015 at 12:16 PM

    Again I feel we have to praise Charnley for the work he did in getting Mitro. We werent competing against Reading and Coventry etc for this guy, and his Dad clearly knows where the bucks are, and what he wants for his son. Am not certain he will be with us many years, but its safe to say that we are seeing the benefit of Steve;s international coaching profile in securing this guy. I cant imagine it would have happened under Pardew ( and Pardew would have praised himself for the signing too – a classic !! ) , although Charva would have had him signed in no time, because his coaching is so well known – for example those corporate visitors were so impressed with his training 🙂 . I just hope we dont stop now but i think we will get 2-3 more.

  • 16 Jail for Ashley // Jul 21, 2015 at 12:16 PM

    Gloat boy is a Danish super hero who’s bulls horn head gear glows in the dark.

  • 17 tequilamag // Jul 21, 2015 at 12:18 PM

    Magscar it`s rarely jst a case of x causes Y. I would hesitate to say the protests were solely responsible for any changes that have been made but I think they played a part without any doubt

  • 18 BandB // Jul 21, 2015 at 12:18 PM


    I’m out of this conversation. Tequila is right. It is boring.

  • 19 Jail for Ashley // Jul 21, 2015 at 12:18 PM

    Aye, Mikey couldn’t bolt the cart to the horse fast enough the last time we nearly got relegated. He bought ermm. No one !

  • 20 jesperfuglsang - capt'n awesome of the lemon crew // Jul 21, 2015 at 12:18 PM

    Do we know what number Mitrovic will get?

  • 21 Munster Mag // Jul 21, 2015 at 12:20 PM

    Magscar, I agree. Tsunki, to claim that the fans pressurised Ashley is fanciful in the extreme. They could hardly organise a decent boycott. Ashley saw the PL slipping away and panicked. I also belive he had huuuge faith in Carr, and Carr always wanted Pardew out. I dont know whether we would have kept Carver if he had performed better, but I think talks between Steve and Carr were ongoing for ages, and all the foreign manager names were just that – names. Funnily enough, who cares about the Ajax boss now? I dont – they were trounced in Holland this season and there is no way De Boer is going to get into Barcelona as some said.

  • 22 Jib // Jul 21, 2015 at 12:22 PM

    The Italian press is full of this story
    There seems to be 2 takes on it
    The anti Roma media are mocking Roma to bits
    The pro Roma media are crying their eyes out
    they seemed to think they just had to express an interest and Mitrovic would come running.
    So well done Charnley et al for a good job .

  • 23 Blackley and Brownlie // Jul 21, 2015 at 12:23 PM

    Are you claiming you’re forcing Ashley’s hand or even guiding it? I cant see any evidence that you’re doing this. How about you and Ashley have been working together? You both had had enough of Pardew and you helped make Pardew’s mind up for him. It cost Ashley nothing.

  • 24 BandB // Jul 21, 2015 at 12:23 PM


    I don’t really care now who was right or wrong.
    If Ashley is going to do things differently the pixies could have had a little word for all I care.
    I have wanted a better run club, and every step in that direction will be okay with me.

  • 25 SA Toon // Jul 21, 2015 at 12:25 PM

    Come on guys, does it really matter why Ashley opened the purse strings? They’re open, and they need to stay open a little longer so we can (at least) bring in some defensive reinforcements. With a new management structure and a couple of good signings, we really are starting to take some shape. Hopefully by the time Southampton arrive we’ll be ready to blow the roof of SJP!

  • 26 Jail for Ashley // Jul 21, 2015 at 12:25 PM

    It is no coincidence that those who disagreed with the protest or were adamant that it wouldn’t work will not give those who backed it any credit.
    We have made two cracking signings with hopefully more to come. Lets enjoy it.

  • 27 Tsunki // Jul 21, 2015 at 12:25 PM

    Magscar I first omit the salient point I highlighted it. I’m pointing out also that you can’t discount any factors, I didn’t say I knew what he was thinking at all. And I’m all for not scoring points on credit for our current situation, whatever that is btw, that’s what I’m complaining about. And whether Ashley doesn’t care about fans is irrelevant to any point.

    Blackley – ha ha ‘small potatoes’ back on the menu then! A ‘few thousand’ measly season tickets. Ashley doesn’t care about money then? If it’s 10k ( just a number it may be nowhere near) at an average of maybe £700 each is £7m now it may be a tad more or less who knows but you are saying Mike can take or leave that amount of cash advance on the financial year are you? OK maybe not, maybe half that? You are funny.

  • 28 tequilamag // Jul 21, 2015 at 12:26 PM

    Good afternoon BandB not often I`m right. To be honest I am still trying to process what is going on with s at the moment.So many players contracts running out over the next two years we always had to make a lot of changes and still a huge amount to be done not just this year but next. The thing I do find more positive is we seem to have stuck to or A list this year when we have walked away before. The downside of that as been of course weeks of stress.
    Good so far but a lot still to do

  • 29 magscar // Jul 21, 2015 at 12:27 PM


    But he kept some big earners who ultimately got us back up comfortably. Without Colocini Nolan etc would we be as Boro still are ?

  • 30 mickalfas // Jul 21, 2015 at 12:27 PM

    95% of European clubs csnt

  • 31 Ian Toon // Jul 21, 2015 at 12:27 PM

    tequilamag- Are you still lurchering?
    Amazing what happens when a plan starts to come together. It stands to reason that the protest had an impact. Cause and effect of that and the shock to Ashley that relegation and loss of TV earnings was a real possibility.

  • 32 davetoon // Jul 21, 2015 at 12:28 PM

    No doubt the relegation miss played a huge part especially with the new tv money but you were suggesting that the negative press played no part.

    This was the first time that the London press came out against Ashley and this also contributed imo to his failure or at least partial failure at rangers.

    Who knows if it alsi played a part in the investigations into his business dealings.

    Either way it clearly helped to bring the horse to the water so to speak.

  • 33 Jail for Ashley // Jul 21, 2015 at 12:30 PM

    That was THE relegation. I’m talking about the near relegation, you know, the other one !

  • 34 richyg01 // Jul 21, 2015 at 12:33 PM


  • 35 jayphoto // Jul 21, 2015 at 12:33 PM

    Quite like interviews with McClaren! After 4-5 years of Pardew then Carver I’d grown used to cringing everytime there was a manager interview. SM genuinely comes across well. For the first time in a long time it feels like the manager is about the club rather the club being made about the manager.

  • 36 Toonfan8 // Jul 21, 2015 at 12:34 PM

    This player can have great impact for our season, I really think that we were missing this type of striker. He is only 20 and can become a beast in EPL. I am happy, but I want to see more, we need to sort out our defence, Mbemba and fight with others for Aymen Abdennour…

  • 37 magscar // Jul 21, 2015 at 12:34 PM


    All I can say that in watching the end of the West Ham game when camera’s switched to Ashley and Charnley bouncing with obvious relief that I thought he meant what he said before the game. His comment re not selling was I think a riposte to the fans protests – staying up or going down he would only be going at his own choosing not AO’s. My only slight doubt was would Charnley still be trusted to oversee the changes after his misjudgement over Carver and safety.

  • 38 mickalfas // Jul 21, 2015 at 12:35 PM

    95% of European clubs can’t compete with the EPL ,money wise
    Thanks to sky if anybody
    Money talks

  • 39 tequilamag // Jul 21, 2015 at 12:35 PM

    Afternoon Ian yeah Lola the Lurcher is still here. Crashed out at the moment.
    She was all in favour of the protests.

  • 40 Tsunki // Jul 21, 2015 at 12:36 PM

    Munster – to claim anything contrary about fan pressure is assumption. I view the situation as a perfect storm of events that pressed Ashley in front of a camera. He didn’t do that last time we were relegated, and then there wasn’t the fan unrest. Logical assumption?

    Just a reminder there was no plan for Pardew’s leaving scenario. None. So when do think Ashleys epiphany happened?

  • 41 Offkey // Jul 21, 2015 at 12:36 PM

    Is there really an argument of whether MA was influenced by the masses or not……..clearly there was influence but to what degree we will never know. To argue there was no influence/force is ridiculous……

  • 42 Offkey // Jul 21, 2015 at 12:37 PM

    and pedantic….

  • 43 YouCouldn'tMakeItUp // Jul 21, 2015 at 12:39 PM

    I cant believe people think it was always Ashleys plan to have us barely avoid the drop on more than one occassion. It took near-relegation AND fans and followers shouting at him to make him see. You can’t take all credit away from the protesters and label them wrong and idiots! Thats spiteful and grossly unfair!

  • 44 BandB // Jul 21, 2015 at 12:39 PM


    I agree we need to be debating more about where we are going then where we’ve just been.
    Wijnaldum is a new Ashley record signing. £26m on two players. It’s not been seen for a while.
    We haven’t spend more this window than last yet, and I suppose we have to see what happens between now and the end of the window.
    The signings generated a lot of optimism last summer, but it was soon clear we had still had serious problems.
    We also have to remember that nothing we are doing casts a long shadow over anything the other teams are doing.
    I suppose it isn’t just about the window, but what Ashley does in January and how we approach the cups.
    I have seen last window, this one, and the next, as part of some ongoing process with 2016 in mind.
    We’ve been in a new era ever since Charnley took over. We seem to be determinedly headed somewhere, I think.
    But who knows where?

  • 45 Tsunki // Jul 21, 2015 at 12:41 PM

    Just to be clear about this, I predicted nothing. I simply observed the snowballing incompetence which nearly ended in a repeat of the relegation disaster, and noted on the form of previous years of mismanagement and misdeeds ( some horrendous ones which some are happy to gloss over) that this mob were likely to continue doing the same again. So when Ashley delivers on his video promise I will be pleasantly surprised and relieved. But not blindly trusting. And I’d let that lie as it is without some posters wanting to get their dig in that those of us who were furious at this incompetence were wasting their time or wrong all along. Thats all.

  • 46 ToonAndy // Jul 21, 2015 at 12:47 PM




    ——–DE JONG—–PATO—————


    Ohhhh I’m getting some stick for that line up haha

  • 47 tequilamag // Jul 21, 2015 at 12:48 PM

    BandB the problem for Ash as I see it( and I am ashamed to say how many hours I have squandered over when contracts run out and what we need) is that over the next two yeras we have something lke 16 players who will be out of contract. Unless SM is a genius I can`t make a case for extending more than 3 or 4 contracts.
    The amount of investment still needed is huge. Even if we get the two or 3 extra players we need this season will he have the will to continue the same level of investment next year.
    Im just thinking out loud here I don`t pretend to have any answers as to how this will all play out

  • 48 BandB // Jul 21, 2015 at 12:50 PM


    My parents had been thoroughly Kipled at school.
    Thanks to him and Telly effing Savalas I was heartily sick of the word “IF” by the time I was 10.
    My little lad likes Rikki Tikki Tavi though.

  • 49 Tsunki // Jul 21, 2015 at 12:53 PM

    The only thing I shared with Kipling was his view of golf. And quite a few of his apple pies.

  • 50 Jib // Jul 21, 2015 at 12:55 PM

    A couple of German sites have pointed out that Bayer Leverkusen do have a lot of defenders and are looking at NUFC on the prowl around Europe, they have let it be known they are prepared to sell.

    No one knows who they would off load.

    Ómer Toprak the Turkish centre back is my personal pick.

    If Jayfoto is about maybe he knows him

  • 51 John Tudor // Jul 21, 2015 at 12:56 PM

    no-ones claiming credit yet dip

  • 52 Jail for Ashley // Jul 21, 2015 at 12:57 PM

    John Irving, sack Llambias, kipling and JfA obsessions. Somethings not right.

  • 53 BandB // Jul 21, 2015 at 12:57 PM


    Could we not be headed for a very streamlined and younger squad?
    My guts tell me something in the air changed last year, and a new plan was laid out.
    I keep pondering that gnomic “2016” statement as I’m sure it fits in somewhere.

  • 54 John Tudor // Jul 21, 2015 at 12:58 PM

    and the right of every man to have an opinion

  • 55 Toonfan8 // Jul 21, 2015 at 12:58 PM

    I dont want Pato here, I like this player and he is very fast, but he is always injured. If we sign him, it will be waste of money on him. He will cost at least 10M, we should go for Berahino or Diego Rolan, they are similar to Pato, but younger and doesnt have that horrible injury record…Berahino would be ideal for me

  • 56 maskedman // Jul 21, 2015 at 1:06 PM

    What we’ll never know is, what would have happened had Pardew had the same level of support from Ashley and the Fans as SM is getting now.
    If we’d spent this sort of money when we finished 5th instead of selling our best players.
    Maybe we would have had the future England manager instead of the ex England manager.

  • 57 tequilamag // Jul 21, 2015 at 1:06 PM

    BandB there are only 3 well 4 players that will make the jump from U21 Mitrovic Satka Mbabu and Aarons.
    Not sure how Chelsea manage on so few players but with our record of injuries we need as many bodies as possible.
    The more valuable players are on longer contracts so if any of those went they would need like for like replacements.
    It should all be a little clearer by the end of the window. I just hope they already have a strategy in place for the two windows after

  • 58 sholasupporter // Jul 21, 2015 at 1:07 PM

    Heading in the right direction for a change, next mbemba then Matip, thauvin, Townsend and Austin. Give Pardew a ring and ask if he wants Gouffran, Anita, Williamson and Obertan (all his first team regulars) and we will be looking good! God I love dreaming!

  • 59 YouCouldn'tMakeItUp // Jul 21, 2015 at 1:07 PM


    I thought you would be on my side on this.
    I am saying it is unfair and spiteful to call the protesters wrong and idiots.

    Are you saying that the protester ARE idiots? And that i am a “dip” for suggesting otherwise? Since when did you agree with Ashleys running of the club? Do you agree with those who believe he had this plan all along? A plan that relegated us once and nearly did twice more?

  • 60 tequilamag // Jul 21, 2015 at 1:08 PM

    BandB i have posted before my theories on a sale in 2016 but to be honest if he spends a shed load this Summer I may need to rethink it

  • 61 jayphoto // Jul 21, 2015 at 1:08 PM

    @Jib not seen much of Levekusen mate, or turkey! (assuming he’s Turkish?)
    My watching/interest of euro leagues tends to go with if I work in that country much. Mostly if not in UK I work in Paris or Amsterdam so tend to watch their leagues when I’m there and keep an eye on it on BT sport at home.
    I’m German on my mothers side but don’t follow the bundesliga that much these last few years. Too much of a foregone conclusion with Bayern.
    Tried to watch Wolfsburg when they were on TV though, De Bruyne is just a fantastic player to watch, would watch him in any side he played, reminded me of Riquelme

  • 62 TudorCrisps // Jul 21, 2015 at 1:10 PM

    33/1 for the toon to finish top 6 worth a tenna i guess

  • 63 Toonfan8 // Jul 21, 2015 at 1:13 PM

    I dont see your point selling Anita, he didnt have a real chance under Pardew, I would give him a season under SM and we will see that he is very good player…I think he will play a part this season.

  • 64 Novocastrian66 // Jul 21, 2015 at 1:14 PM

    maskedman. You’ve got to be kidding?

  • 65 John Tudor // Jul 21, 2015 at 1:14 PM

    no ycmit all protesters have the right to voice an opinion on here these new signings are only any appeasement to generate st sales we should have been buying a lot more the last eight years a blind man can see some are just not good enough or ever will be it was directed elsewhere

  • 66 Tsunki // Jul 21, 2015 at 1:18 PM

    Honestly. Just when you think you’ve put all the Pardew stuff to bed……

  • 67 jayphoto // Jul 21, 2015 at 1:19 PM

    33/1 looks decent!
    Top 4 aside, Liverpool under Rodgers are probably headed to meltdown. Sterling a big loss to them, no Gerrard either which would have been huge in the dressing room!
    Spurs I’m unsure of. Reckon they’ll struggle, theyre not spending much because of their ground. Maybe defenders will have worked out Harry Kane?

    Southampton have lost 2 big big players from last year! Alderweireld and schneiderlin were 2 of their best players. Forsters out for some time too! Defenders seem to have clocked onto Pelle halfway through the season too. Reckon that Sadio Mane might rip the league to shreds though and they’ve got some great young prospects and rodriguez coming back.
    Reckon Swansea and Stoke can push on with a few signings! Hate to say it but Palace if they keep their squad together with Zaha, Bolasie have a shot. Cabaye and Bamford strengthen them a fair bit!
    We need Mbemba and maybe 2 more but if we continue to sign the calibre of player we have so far we should be looking top 6!

  • 68 Munster Mag // Jul 21, 2015 at 1:21 PM

    Tsunki, I supported the protesters, and who knows, they may have had an impact, but the numbers not turning up wasnt huge. I think you may be right about the perfect storm and i see you logic too. I think the main driver was the increasing gravy train that he would have lost. I think McLaren was the long term plan and the other names were patsies. Thats why he held on to Carver. I suppose we have to thank Pardew that we are still in the prem because a few points less would have meant relegation. Now that is odd!!

  • 69 Blackley and Brownlie // Jul 21, 2015 at 1:23 PM

    It’s not important who was right and who was wrong. But it is important if people are coming on to claim credit for changes and continue to believe for years to come they were right for reasons that are dubious. We can learn a lot from history so it’s worth debating.

  • 70 magscar // Jul 21, 2015 at 1:23 PM

    On the fans protests etc I posted a while back that I believe they were a factor – but only that and not the deciding one.

    On the future whilst I accepted what Ashley said what is impossible to predict is just how and over what timescale he is likely to go about it. “Pound for pound” value is surely something that we subscribe to in our own personal finances yet many seem to be more profligate with someonelse’s money where they can feel benefit.

    Having said that if you factor in the influence of a football related opinion as an equal contribution to deliberations then the simplicity of pound for pound can change from what we have seen all too often.

    A mundane example of my own pound for pound philosophy is represented by a weekend at the Sage with beer prices etc higher than elsewhere (as is the nature at such venues). So I could either not have a drink, go elsewhere and come back or not have a drink. Decided that there were other benefits then simply just the comparative price of a pint compared to down the road as there was free music inside and out to enjoy with it so this was factored into my decision and I happily paid the premium for drink and food and didn’t miss any music. Mature pound for pound thinking at play which I hope will be similarly displayed on a much larger scale in the months and seasons to come. Btw did also pay for evening concerts on all 3 nights so not just there for freebies excellent though they were.

  • 71 beefman13 // Jul 21, 2015 at 1:24 PM

    Two decent signings but we have to shore up our defense asap, why is willy sill here or clown Saylor, they have had there time at nufc, Saylor is a waling injury and willy is a milk float, Colo is going nowhere while he is on the bit he’s getting, why is gouffran n Obertan still here, back up I suppose but this club needs the fabrese, big style.

    I hope we get out of this habit of good half bad half scenario as Mclaren has already started with the lifting the tempo horse crap.

  • 72 Slank // Jul 21, 2015 at 1:26 PM

    sholasupporter @ 58

    ‘… next mbemba then Matip…’

    Not if they both go to the African Cup of Nations.

    The next centre back after Chancer should not be African.

  • 73 nightfa11 // Jul 21, 2015 at 1:40 PM

    To those who write about next seasons first XI.. Why do you have perez as a sub? I dont get..Hes one of our best players..until we see what mitro can do, hes our best striker..and way more reliable than sdj..

    Let him play..or he will club will sign him..and in 2,3 years when hes as good as aguero, you’ll be trashing ashley why he sold him..

  • 74 nightfa11 // Jul 21, 2015 at 1:48 PM

    And dont give me crap, such as..Hes young, not ready etc etc.. He was our best offensive player last several miles..

  • 75 Rotonda heights // Jul 21, 2015 at 2:10 PM

    masked man

    i think they saw obertan and elliot come in on pardew’s recommendation.

  • 76 milburn990 // Jul 21, 2015 at 5:31 PM

    Wheres the spanner?
    When everything seems to be going the right way the big lad hoys one in.

  • 77 anthc // Jul 21, 2015 at 5:56 PM

    Mbemba, abdennour and austin and I’ll be happy. We can’t have everything. Thauvin no thanks as cabella is supposed to be better! Why are people mentioning townshend too, the lads inconsistent and can’t get into an average spurs side. Plus because he’s English they’d want quadruple his real value. Top 6 is optimistic but I think top 8 is achieveable. Looking forward to the season starting now!

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