Will Pardew find the right way to rescue Cisse?

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My latest blog on metro.co.uk is now published.

In my last piece on there I looked at Yohan Cabaye and Mike Williamson, and specifically, their perfomance against Liverpool in our last game. In this one however, I take a look at a player who was relegated to the bench in that game, Papiss Cisse. In the wake of his recent struggle for goals, I take a look at what Alan Pardew can do to help the Senegalese hitman get back on the scoresheet as often as he used to for Newcastle United.

Originally, it had the same title as this piece, however it is now called:

Can Alan Pardew rescue Papiss Cisse’s Newcastle United career?

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77 Responses to “Will Pardew find the right way to rescue Cisse?”

  1. 1
    avatar sirjasontoon says:

    I have been making friends over here…haha I fookin’ hate that place.

    http://www.nufcblog.com/2013/10/24/newcastle-owner-mike-ashley-pockets-cool-106m/

  2. 2
    avatar sirjasontoon says:

    On Topic,Cisse is finished.

  3. 3
    avatar workyticket says:

    sirjasontoon says:
    October 24, 2013 at 1:51 pm

    “I have been making friends over here…haha I fookin’ hate that place.”

    They do say that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, SJT:

    http://www.nufcblog.com/2013/10/24/this-striker-is-fine-mr-motivator-can-solve-the-problem/

  4. 4
    avatar workyticket says:

    sirjasontoon says:
    October 24, 2013 at 1:51 pm

    “On Topic,Cisse is finished.”

    Don’t be silly, SJT, Cisse isn’t “finished” at all.

  5. 5
    avatar sirjasontoon says:

    That’s true because he would need to start first :lol:
    Looking forward to the banter and the match at the weekend.

    One is very excited.
    #chucklism

  6. 6
    avatar Jimbob says:

    Mr Motivator will solve the problem? :)

    Anyway, looking forward to Saturday. I’m actually heading to Hong Kong tomorrow, but that won’t stop me watching the game hopefully! See you on the match banter maybe.

  7. 7
    avatar workyticket says:

    Jimbob says:
    October 24, 2013 at 3:08 pm

    “Mr Motivator will solve the problem?”

    He nicked that off my Metro story, Jimbob, as well as the story itself.

    http://football.theguardian.com/pictures/image/0,8556,-11405211154,00.html

  8. 8
    avatar Jimbob says:

    He’s been doing it since his blog began. Funny when you know it’s your article though.

  9. 9
    avatar joe hawkins says:

    I like Cisse as a person, He’s a good lad who has done a lot of charity work, With the sick youngsters on Tyneside etc.
    I am starting to think he might have been a flash in the pan, One thing is for sure, He isn’t the best Footballer in the world.
    You take the goals away from him, And you are left with precious little else.
    His first touch is like hitting a brick wall, And Pardew must have been off his bin, To endeavour to play him on the wing.

    Is he he a player who is going to fall into that category, He’s not a great goal scorer, But he is the scorer of great goals?
    I know he was prolific when he first arrived, But he wasn’t thinking about it, And he was just hitting them, And they were going in for him.

    A lot of pundits at the time were saying, If he thinks about it, He doesn’t score, But more he relies on instinct to finish.
    It could also be the fact that with the arrival of Remy, We are trying to keep the ball on the deck more, And Cisse’s style might be more effective, When the play is more direct, And he can get on the end of things.

    Whatever the reasons for his dip in form, I said a couple of weeks ago, He needed to be taken out of the firing line.
    Being dropped will do him the power of good, Because he might have been getting too complacent, As he has been the only option, For quite a while now.
    This might be the rocket up his a**e, That he needs, Like i said earlier,A decent lad who you want to see succeed in his time here.

  10. 10
    avatar sirjasontoon says:

    Have a good time in HK Bob.
    Make Sure you get yourself over to lantau island for a few beers and see the big buddah and get a good session on at Lan kwai fong.

  11. 11
    avatar Jimbob says:

    Cheers SJT. I got Lantau Island down earlier today when looking into it. Looking forward to getting out of mainland China for a bit.

  12. 12
    avatar sirjasontoon says:

    HK is awesome Bob get on a tram as well mate cheap way of seeing the sights :)

  13. 13
    avatar workyticket says:

    Jimbob, could you please tell the Chinese to stop attacking our server?

  14. 14
    avatar sirjasontoon says:

    Worky It’s deffo that shanghaitoonfan off .com
    Kernt.

  15. 15
    avatar Jimbob says:

    Weirdly I struggle to get on this site Worky on a Chinese IP. I use a VPN here which lets me since their firewall restricts anything with ‘free speach’ on the net. This place has definitely been an eye opener.

  16. 16
    avatar Jimbob says:

    Yeah looks good SJT. Hong Kong’s expensive though which is a shame as I’d like longer than a few days.

  17. 17
    avatar Dokky says:

    oh well the horse puncher got a year in jail and a 6 year ban from games………..

  18. 18
    avatar sirjasontoon says:

    Bit more expensive than China…still cheaper than here though,the exchange looks ok at the moment almost 14 hk dollars for a £1
    it was 15 when I went to HK so still decent.

  19. 19
    avatar chuck says:

    Cisse ?

    What’s his problem ?
    He get’s little support, if your gonna score as a striker, it’s necessary to receive the ball.
    Up until this time he has been poorly supplied.
    Remy on the other hand, can do a lot more than just score, though that doesn’t mean he should play on the wing with HBA in the CF role, that’s just stupid.
    What I mean is Remy can turn players, has pace and can make his own opportunities, he’s not entirely dependent on being fed like Cisse.
    A more complete player, on the other hand, with a bit more confidence Cisse (appears to be pressing) and a better supply, could find his old form as an opportunist.

  20. 20
    avatar chuck says:

    I see where Shane Long may come available soon.
    We could have signed him a couple of years ago for around five million quid.
    The perfect link-up man, a hard working behind the striker player, who could provide, both service to Cisse
    (who knows if Remy will be here next season) and get his own goals, a younger more mobile version of Kevin Nolan.
    Who was recently linked to Hull, for I believe less than five million.
    A good buy IMO.

  21. 21
    avatar chuck says:

    I see where the horse puncher, got a year in Durham, plus a six year ban from attending games.
    Bit harsh init ?
    I mean nothing actually happened, it was all couldda, Wouldda, shouldda, stuff.
    Like the proverbial, couldda put his eye out nonsense.
    Guess the judge is another prick, living in a different era, or an ivory tower, who intends to stamp out thuggish
    behavior by making him an example.
    One begins to wonder, who is the idiot, the thug or the judge, two wrongs have never equated to a right.

  22. 22
    avatar tunyc says:

    chuck @ 20: only way Remy stays is if he has an indifferent year AND QPR aren’t promoted.

    He won’t be here next season, mark my words.

  23. 23
    avatar workyticket says:

    chuck says:
    October 24, 2013 at 8:11 pm

    “Guess the judge is another prick, living in a different era, or an ivory tower, who intends to stamp out thuggish”

    Chuck, it’s this era where everyone’s being chucked in jail and they’re always saying we should have zero tolerance on anything.

  24. 24
    avatar TOONARMYELITE says:

    The problem with cisse is our defence they sit to deep cause of the lack of pace said that in the dummertime and nothing has change,if the team were sat 15 more up the pitch he would get loads of chances as for finished please dont make me laugh

  25. 25
    avatar TOONARMYELITE says:

    The problem with cisse is our defence they sit to deep cause of the lack of pace said that in the summertime and nothing has change,if the team were sat 15 more yards up the pitch he would get loads of chances as for finished please dont make me laugh

  26. 26
    avatar TOONARMYELITE says:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ross_Barkley would like us to try to get him in january

  27. 27
    avatar chuck says:

    Naturally Remy has found himself in the cat bird seat, if he plays well, some other London side may come in for him, sign for us or go back to QPR, as they are doing quite well.
    Why would he rush into signing for us now, see what his opportunities are later.
    I have the feeling he may enjoy his season here , but obviously wanted to be in London.

  28. 28
    avatar workyticket says:

    Toon, the only chance we would ever have of getting Ross Barkley would be if he was bought by a big club and they decided to loan him out for a season.

  29. 29
    avatar joe hawkins says:

    Worky, We are definitely one of the biggest names in the Premier League, About 15 letters.
    People say we’re deluded, We’re not really, We’re bigger than the likes of Chelsea, Liverpool, Arsenal etc.
    You cannot take that away from us lol.

  30. 30
    avatar joe hawkins says:

    What’s the betting on some Sunderland’s fans turning up with banners and T-shirts, And possibly two dressed as pantomime horse like “Rentaghost”?
    The stupid f**k though, Fancy getting sent down for punching a horse.
    He will get the p*** ripped out of him inside, Even if he is ,Just weaving baskets in Butlins.
    Another thing for the great unwashed to have a go at us, For ever more.
    Fair play to them though, I thought the Sunderland lads who went to the Boro Away match, Live on Sky, Dressed in Full nuclear protection gear, Was funny as f**k!

  31. 31
    avatar Grumpy Old-Toon says:

    I am I missing something here? I aint really bothered what the horse puncher got but do people really think it’s ok to do something like that? What’s happened to moral standards.

  32. 32
    avatar joe hawkins says:

    Grumpyoldtoon, Pathetic isn’t it!, He’s an absolute fool, The damage he has done to himself and his family.
    The Sunderland fans websites now sell the T-shirts, And now call us “The Horse Puncherer’s”, In place of Whisperer!
    Just another idiotic fool who has gave Geordie’s a bad name, A bit like Geordie Shore, These fools don’t know the damage they are doing, To the reputation of the City!
    Complete a**ehole’s, The lot of them!, Along with the young crackerjacks who kicked off with The Templer’s, After last seaon’s Derby.
    All it does is give The Templer’s more scope to treat proper fans like criminals, When they are going to the matches.

  33. 33
    avatar workyticket says:

    This is getting ridiculous, he tried to punch a horse and missed. The horse is fine. People get punched senseless all the time, people get killed all the time.

  34. 34
    avatar Grumpy Old-Toon says:

    Worky, didn’t realise the horse wasn’t actually punched, did it float like a butterfly. Still even trying it isn’t exactly PC is it.

    But people do to each other isn’t exactly relevant to horses or other mistreated animals. For example I do not like cats, they are malign little bird killers that make me wheeze but I wouldn’t punch or otherwise want to harm them. And yes I know they are acting instinctively and it’s more the owners at fault.

    By the way I wasn’t impressed with Bony last night not the player his rep portrays imo. At this moment in time I would take Cisse over him as I reckon he will start scoring again once he irons out a couple of minor mistakes in his play, staying onside for example.

  35. 35
    avatar Grumpy Old-Toon says:

    Typo “But What” it should read.

  36. 36
    avatar joe hawkins says:

    Worky it is getting daft, I mean no one is bothered when your scrannin’ your Spaghetti Bolognese! This horse has become a bit of a celebrity, And mentioned on radio earlier, He will be in action for Sunday’s Derby game.
    I’ve often wondered why i could run fast, And recently wondered why we sometimes get the trots, After a curry?
    I even went to the supermarket for some burgers, And went to pick them up, When the manager said, “They’re off”!
    It’s a funny old world, I’ve never heard of anyone getting done for punching chickens though.

  37. 37
    avatar Grumpy Old-Toon says:

    Joe ManU and Spurs are bigger :)

  38. 38
    avatar joe hawkins says:

    Divvent’ worry for Sunday people, We’ll win in a canter!

  39. 39
    avatar joe hawkins says:

    Grumpyoldtoon, we’re still one of the biggest though, Yes there are a couple that are bigger lol.

  40. 40
    avatar Grumpy Old-Toon says:

    Joe I did read somewhere that someone got done for F*cking a chicken!! :)

  41. 41
    avatar workyticket says:

    Grumpy Old-Toon says:
    October 25, 2013 at 1:15 pm

    “Worky, didn’t realise the horse wasn’t actually punched, did it float like a butterfly. Still even trying it isn’t exactly PC is it.”

    Grumpy, the gadgie was an absolute idiot for trying to stand his ground agaist a line of police horses on hos own. On the other hand, the copper and the horse were just riding straight at him and could well have ridden right over him. If the horse and the policeman riding it did then that would have been serious and he could have been killed. I’m 100% certain that the policeman in charge of the horse wouldn’t have been sent to prison though.

  42. 42
    avatar Grumpy Old-Toon says:

    Ahh, self defence then, almost as bad as standing in front of a tank.

  43. 43
    avatar workyticket says:

    Grumpy Old-Toon says:
    October 25, 2013 at 1:26 pm

    “Joe I did read somewhere that someone got done for F*cking a chicken!!”

    Grumpy, apparently that’s quite normal in the chicken capital of the US, Iowa. One in six Iowan males admitted poking a chicken according to the Kinsey report on human sexuallty. That is fowl! :-)

    One of my favourite ever footballers, Garrincha, who was noted for having a particularly large member and using it on pretty much anything lost his virginity to a Goat.

  44. 44
    avatar Grumpy Old-Toon says:

    Well if it could get some our lads playing as well as him then perhaps Pardew should introduce it into the training schedule!! ;)

  45. 45
    avatar joe hawkins says:

    Nowt as queer as folk, So nothing surprises me anymore.
    I’ve heard the actor Rod Steiger had peculiar sexual tastes also, And was a bit of a Zoophile.

  46. 46
    avatar workyticket says:

    A map of the world by average penis size. You can click on each country to get all the data.

    http://www.targetmap.com/viewer.aspx?reportId=3073

  47. 47
    avatar workyticket says:

    Bollocks to all this Sky Sports and the like, we should go back to the old school and bring back ‘World of Sport’ with Dickie Davies. Especially the wrestling with the likes of Les Kellett, Kendo Nagasaki and Giant Haystacks, and of course, banger racing! :-)

  48. 48
    avatar joe hawkins says:

    Worky, Them were the days, Get up on a Saturday morning, Watch Starfleet X bomber, Then some Tizwas, And the phantom flan flinger, Then settle down to some Wrestling, You couldn’t whack it!

  49. 49
    avatar chuck says:

    I’m surprised at some of the reactionary comments, in regard to the jailing of the non punch in the direction of a cop charging on an armored horse.
    Surely the UK must be the last country in the world, that baton charges their citizens on horses.
    Smacks of a bygone era, when Cossacks took on the role.
    Or the era when coaches commonly ran over those stupid enough to be in their way.
    I know of no other country where this behavior is tolerated, never mind encouraged and it certainly doesn’t escape me that the sentencing has taken place as a warning to those who may consider a bit of anti-social behavior, following the game.
    Yes unless criticized, government whether local or national, will use threat and punishment as a deterrent, rather than look for the root of the problem.
    Instead they use brute force, using Dogs and armored horses in batten charges (swords having been banned)
    About time this hundred year old tactic was abandoned, but I hear nothing but reactionary bullshit.
    Time to look at these police tactics in their reality.

  50. 50
    avatar joe hawkins says:

    Worky, The Argies and the Brazilians, Are hung like stallions!

  51. 51
    avatar joe hawkins says:

    The Aussies have got nowt, What about the chinese, 4.3 inch, And here’s me feeling inadequate.

  52. 52
    avatar joe hawkins says:

    No wonder the North Koreans like big missiles, As they only measure in at a measly 3.8!

  53. 53
    avatar workyticket says:

    Joe, the poor Yanks only have little tiddlers according to that thing. So much for everything being bigger over there! :lol:

  54. 54
    avatar joe hawkins says:

    Worky, Don’t let Chuck see that, He’ll do his stack lol

  55. 55
    avatar chuck says:

    Is this the final acme of this blog, discussing penis sizes on a worldwide basis ?
    Like a bunch of giggling ten year olds, grow up ffs !

  56. 56
    avatar workyticket says:

    joe hawkins says:
    October 25, 2013 at 3:31 pm

    “No wonder the North Koreans like big missiles,”

    And the Yanks like their big guns, Joe.

  57. 57
    avatar workyticket says:

    Chuckles, I was just trying to reel you in, and I succeeded!

    Mission accomplished. :-)

  58. 58
    avatar Nutmag says:

    When was measuring day? dam I must have missed it.

  59. 59
    avatar chuck says:

    Like to see the Sunday lineup.
    I hope Pardew has learned a lesson, by his inserting HBA as a CF and playing, his current best CF on the wing, I mean is this fkugger for real ?

    This is a game we should win, against a side who are winless in eight games, if we don’t, we can hopefully believe that it may seal Pardews fate.

    Being we have a pretty tough schedule with games including, Chelsea, Spurs, Swansea, Man. U., S’ampton and Arsenal, all between now and January.
    Where it’s doubtful we will pick up many points.

  60. 60
    avatar workyticket says:

    Nutmag says:
    October 25, 2013 at 4:09 pm

    “When was measuring day? dam I must have missed it.”

    So did I, Nutmag. I’m sure I would’ve taken our rather lacklustre average up somewhat.

  61. 61
    avatar workyticket says:

    chuck says:
    October 25, 2013 at 4:09 pm

    “I hope Pardew has learned a lesson, by his inserting HBA as a CF and playing, his current best CF on the wing, I mean is this fkugger for real ?

    “This is a game we should win, against a side who are winless in eight games, if we don’t, we can hopefully believe that it may seal Pardews fate.

    “Being we have a pretty tough schedule with games including, Chelsea, Spurs, Swansea, Man. U., S’ampton and Arsenal, all between now and January.
    Where it’s doubtful we will pick up many points.”

    I made a similar point in my forthcoming match preview, so we agree for once!

    Another thing I’d add as a note of caution is that I saw the whole of the Sunderland v Manchester United game and Sunderland really didn’t look bad at all in the first half of that game, and Man U only nicked it 2-1 in the end. Hence, I wouldn’t quite write it off as a 100% foregone conclusion just yet.

  62. 62
    avatar workyticket says:

    joe hawkins says:
    October 25, 2013 at 3:24 pm

    “Worky, The Argies and the Brazilians, Are hung like stallions!”

    Well Garrincha’s was over 10″, Joe. That poor Goat!

  63. 63
    avatar chuck says:

    I see an unsettled Taarabt on loan from QPR and currently at Fulham, could very well be available.
    Yes another francophone player, with a bad boy image similar to HBA, but a winger who is an excellent player, having had nineteen goal seasons, something we presently lack.
    Getting both he and young Zaha on each wing could give us both pace, flair and goal scoring ability.
    Apparently it’s rumored Zaha would be happy enough to play here on loan, but would Taarabt be willing to come, after all it’s a change from the three London sides he has been with.
    Anyway it’s something that could work, imo.
    But on the other hand hopefully Carr has been combing the leagues for a future center half, that can replace Colo.

  64. 64
    avatar chuck says:

    Ok children, if this is ow you want to play, go ahead !

  65. 65
    avatar workyticket says:

    chuck says:
    October 25, 2013 at 4:31 pm

    “Ok children, if this is ow you want to play, go ahead !”

    Chuck, you should know what we are like over here by now.

  66. 66
    avatar workyticket says:

    chuck says:
    October 25, 2013 at 4:29 pm

    “I see an unsettled Taarabt on loan from QPR and currently at Fulham, could very well be available.
    Yes another francophone player, with a bad boy image similar to HBA, but a winger who is an excellent player, having had nineteen goal seasons, something we presently lack.”

    Aye, he scored 19 goals one season in the Championship, but only about four or five in the Premiership. He’s as mad as a box of frogs and can make Benny look like Mr.Consistency sometimes.

  67. 67
    avatar Nutmag says:

    Chuck@64
    Come on chuck when we as Toon supporters put up with the s***e we do on weekly basis. We should be allowed a few moments of madness.Hell the powers that run our club make a career out of it!

  68. 68
    avatar chuck says:

    Nutmag etc.

    If the content of this blog has become too boring that you and the etc’s.,have to resort to making it even more so.

    I suggest you browse through “wickyleaks”.

    There’s some fascinating stuff, even info. that effects most people, though they are for the most part unaware of it.

    What your government is doing for you.

    Cought the movie “5th. Estate” last night, nothing special as a movie, but like “Cptn. Phillips” which has little to say for itself as a movie either.

    Was interesting in their content and the particular image or political images they projected.

    I think the general public will avoid both like the plague, neither having any car chases, vampires, at lest ten people killed , in the first five minutes, that is.

    Or the usual junk emanating from a Hollywood that has no interest in creating art, only making money through gimmickry.

    But getting back to the movie, certainly it’s an attempt at subtlety that actually hit’s you in the head like a hammer.

    A film, that portrays Assange as a complete control freak based on a book by a former aide “Daniel Dumbshit-Berg”, with who he had a falling out in regard to what should be published and what should be withheld.

    Of course Spielberg directed (not one to be proud of)and the hero was of course “Domscheit-Berg”.

    With scenes that showed, a US informant (gotta be a good guy right)and his family escaping from Lybia (the damage done by Assange) whereas Dumbass would have gone through all hundreds of thousands of files to make sure, like both the “New York Times” and “The guardian” by editing it, so as no one was threatened, or certain state secrets would have remained safe.

    What’s the point, every country and it’s rotten secret stuff should be brought to the light of day, who cares.

    When the cold war ended and the berlin Wall came down.
    Apparently the most surprised ones were the CIA and the KGB, both having spent fortunes of the countries treasuries over the years, to evaluate just that.

    With the recent disclosures ( I believe it will continue, regardless of the lengthy punishment by countries involved) of how both the NSA and GCHQ are picking up with the assistance of algorithms, conversations and rants on blogs such as you are reading right now, so you have just been added to the list, in the clouds, as a suspected weirdo.
    Think i’m kidding ?

  69. 69
    avatar tunyc says:

    chuck @ 49: don’t you live in NYC? You realize that “stop & frisk”, i.e.: the official police policy of stopping and searching young black and hispanic men based purely on racial profiling is controversial? As in, some people think it’s a legitimate tactic?

    You have heard of Rodney King, “don’t taze me bro”, and that cop who pepper-sprayed sitting protesters at UC Davis getting a $40K workman’s comp settlement for his trauma from that incident? I could go on.

    Consider the conclusion of worky’s comment at 41. I’m quite confident that’s how it would go here too. I agree with your point, but in my experience the authorities in the U.S. at least go in for the exact same shit.

  70. 70
    avatar chuck says:

    tuncy @ 69#

    Controversial ?

    Only among those being searched, around fifty percent of the racist wealthy white folks in Manhattan, feel it’s the way to go.

    Never having to worry about it and it makes them feel safer.

    And i’m not making comparisons as who is worse, our cops or yours, they all love to riot and break heads (did you know that most riots are down to cop agitation)

    Perhaps you should, if you ever watch the tv news.

    The Democratic convention riot in McCarthur park in 1968, was a police riot plus I have been to DC enough to have experienced the local cops behavior, which was unfriendly to say the least.

    I suppose you may be in favor of using police on armored horses, to baton charge unarmed civilians or believing innocent demonstrators sitting to-gether in a line in a park, should be pepper sprayed.
    But I was always of the opinion the job of the police was to protect the citizenry not beat up on them.

  71. 71
    avatar chuck says:

    Gotta go. Friday night and a few brews dahn a pub like !
    Later

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  73. 73
    avatar Nutmag says:

    Chuck@68
    Don’t get to the movies very much but the theme of the ones you state are not unlike a Robert Redford film of the seventies Three Days of The Condor.
    I don’t get bored only with Ashley and Co.There is not enough hours in my day.
    Did once while in the forces get spoken to by a couple of very scary men outside a rather left wing meeting.They suggested it was not a place for me to be.
    On return to my unit I was transferred to more remote officers mess.Later a friend told me they were told I could be a bad influence on the men.
    My wife still gets annoyed everytime I come into the house I lift the phone and shout “I know your listening”.
    Now I think I should get back to football Ive had my break and I never did say I was bored.

  74. 74
    avatar joe hawkins says:

    The stop and search is just because the American lads have got nowt in the trouser department, (According to the chart).
    If you look at the African countries and the central and south america countries, They are hung like stallions.
    It’s when the american coppers see the African and Hispanic lads, They think they are concealing suspicious packages, Because they have never seen anything as big, To compare it to lol.
    They are just jealous, And that’s why they try to have a go at the North Koreans, So they can feel a level of dominance over them, It’s all classic “Penis Envy” lol.

  75. 75
    avatar joe hawkins says:

    Only joking lads!

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  77. 77
    avatar workyticket says:

    Pete_toon says:
    October 25, 2013 at 9:37 pm

    “Seriously. WTF? http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-tyne-24669218

    So they haven’t been seen in Milan, but they have been seen in Rome now.

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