Manchester United player reviews 2010/11

1. Edwin van der Sar

Glazernomics are widely – and rightly, derided by Manchester United supporters, but I can’t think of a single fan who would have begrudged them being enforced if it meant retaining the retiring Dutch goalkeeper. Age is no issue when the 40-year-old is arguably the best ‘keeper in the World, and excellent saves time and again throughout the season mean that the incoming replacement will have a very hard act to follow. Should’ve signed sooner, could’ve stayed longer.
Performance of the season: v Arsenal, FA Cup, 12/03/2011. It was hard to choose between this, v Chelsea in the Champions League QF and v Valencia in the Champions League group stages but the Arsenal game gets the nod because it showcased everything that United will miss in his absence; great sweeping, reflex saves and shot-stopping.
Moment of the season: While leading out the Champions in his final game at Old Trafford is hard to beat, an outstanding, outstretched, one-handed save against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge in the Champions League Quarter final to preserve United’s lead does just that.
Season rating: 8/10.
2. Gary Neville

“Red Nev” only appeared four times in the 2010/11 season before retiring from football at the end of January. His three League appearances surprisingly all came away from home and – even more surprisingly given United’s away form, resulted in seven points, though it seemed Neville did his best to make sure that wasn’t the case. In the wins at Stoke and West Brom, Neville was lucky not to be sent off in both and his performance in the latter led to his immediate retirement (though it wasn’t announced until weeks later). His glorious career was celebrated at the end of May in a testimonial against Juventus. Thanks for the memories.
3. Patrice Evra

The season just gone was easily Evra’s worst for United since his first in 2005/06. The World Cup hangover he was suffering from appeared to last the duration of the 2010/11 campaign and though still dangerous in attack, Evra shirked his defensive duties. He looked like a player burning out but still appeared 48 times in what turned out to be another successful season for the club. His performances may not have been quite as bad as suggested, and Evra was merely failing up to the extremely high standards he had set previously.
Performance of the season: v Stoke, Premier League, 24/10/2010. In United’s first away League victory of the season, Evra almost scored before assisting Javier Hernandez’s winning goal. His attitude on a day where players and supporters were united following a difficult week was exemplary.
Moment of the season: His first goal in three years when United were struggling to break down Wigan in a dire game in November. Evra had looked like the only United player likely to make something happen before he headed The Reds into the lead.
Season rating: 6/10.
4. Owen Hargreaves

Hargreaves lasted just six minutes making his first start since September 2008 against Wolves in November, in what turned out to be his last ever appearance in a Manchester United shirt. The midfielder tore his hamstring making a cross after missing out (on all but 60 seconds) for over two years. Rumours he would appear against Bolton in March turned out to be just that and a shoulder injury and failure to agree a new deal meant that his brief showing against Wolves was his only appearance of the season.
5. Rio Ferdinand

Ferdinand started the season injured and didn’t play in the League until October, but when he returned he brought back an assurance to the defence that’d been missing up to that point. The pace may have gone, but the panache remained and his ability to be in the right place at the right time more than made up for it. Injury in February threatened to derail Ferdinand’s and United’s campaign, but he came back stronger than ever and his partnership with Nemanja Vidic was vital to United winning the League.
Performance of the season: v Arsenal, Premier League, 13/12/2010. The 1-0 win for United flattered Arsenal and part of the reason was because of Ferdinand’s reading of the game. The Gunners never got a chance to break through the United back-line because of United’s number five’s persistent interceptions and stepping-up when needed.
Moment of the season: Ferdinand returned to the first-team after two months out for the Champions League Quarter final tie at Stamford Bridge. It was like he’d never been away as he stifled Chelsea’s attack.
Season rating: 7/10.
6. Wes Brown

The 2010/11 season was a difficult one for Wes Brown, and one that could well be his last at Manchester United. Often overlooked when the team was suffering a defensive crisis, when eventually called upon he appeared off the pace. It’s a far cry from 2007/08 where Brown was a mainstay in the team that won a League and European Cup double. Injuries played their part in stopping any consistency returning to his game but poor performances against Wolves in the Carling Cup and Aston Villa in the League were also contributing factors to his absence from the team.
Performance of the season: v Crawley Town, FA Cup, 19/02/2011. While it may appear demeaning to such a loyal servant of the club to name his performance against a non-League outfit as his game of the season, it’s testament to his professionalism that he was one of the few players to come out with their reputation intact.
Moment of the season: His goal against Crawley was only his fifth for the club, but without it United would’ve drawn at Old Trafford against the Conference team.
Season rating: 5/10.
7. Michael Owen

In the 2010/11 season, Michael Owen did enough to warrant a new deal according to Sir Alex Ferguson. During the campaign he only started four times but managed to score five goals. His chances at United have been limited because of injury and competition but it’s his supposed ability to change a game saw him get the nod ahead of Dimitar Berbatov on the bench for the Champions League Final, which is where he remained despite United trailing.
Performance of the season: v Southampton, FA Cup, 29/01/2011. Despite starting in an unfamiliar role of attacking midfielder, Owen played well in a poor first-half team performance from United. In the second he switched positions and scored with an instinctive header that got The Reds back in the game.
Moment of the season: His glancing header against Bolton minutes after coming on a substitute earned a valuable point for United at the Reebok Stadium.
Season rating: 6/10.
8. Anderson

United’s top-scorer in May ended the season with four goals after only ever previously scoring once for the club. The season didn’t start until late-September for Anderson because of a cruciate knee injury that had kept him out since February 2010. The midfielder’s drive and passing vision are valuable commodities for United but his issues with fitness and lack of consistency continue to irk. Of the 23 games he started, Anderson finished only eight. His form picks up with constant selection, but with United’s “horses for courses” mentality he will never become a mainstay until he proves his fitness.
Performance of the season: v Everton, Premier League, 23/04/2011. Anderson responded to criticism of his performance against Newcastle earlier in the week by delivering one of the best performances by a Manchester United player this season. His box to box work and fantastic vision showed exactly why Sir Alex Ferguson kept faith with him.
Moment of the season: Scoring two goals in the Champions League Semi-final at Old Trafford to cap off an excellent performance. His enthusiasm for playing football is evident in his smile, and seeing it beaming following an unlikely brace was infectious.
Season rating: 7/10.
9. Dimitar Berbatov

The season ended on a bitter note for the enigmatic Bulgarian when he was overlooked completely for the Champions League Final. Berbatov started just five games out of the last twenty after he and Nani had kept United’s title charge alive in the first-half of the campaign. He scored more match-winning goals than any other player in the League, and if it wasn’t for penalty kicks would’ve won the Golden Boot outright. It speaks volumes of just how good a player like Berbatov is when a season like that is considered by many to be a failure.
Performance of the season: v Liverpool, Premier League, 19/09/2010. Choosing a single performance from a season containing a substantial number of fantastic ones is a hard task, but a man-of-the-match display and hat-trick against the club’s fiercest rivals after they’d got back into the game is insurmountable.
Moment of the season: Becoming the first foreign player to score five goals in an English League game against Blackburn in November. The best goal sealed his hat-trick and came from a divine move started in the left-back position by none other than the Bulgarian.
Season rating: 8/10.
10. Wayne Rooney

“A game of two halves” is a cliché regularly used to describe football that can be reworded to describe Wayne Rooney’s season. A turbulent summer, private life allegations, a transfer request/retraction and injury didn’t see Rooney’s season kick start until February. Since then he’s gone on to reaffirm his status as English football’s premier superstar and Manchester United’s heartbeat. A burgeoning partnership with Javier Hernandez has helped reignite Rooney’s passion for the club and it was his penalty that sealed title number nineteen.
Performance of the season: v West Ham, Premier League, 02/04/2011. Any questions lingering regarding whether Rooney was back to his best were answered with his fantastic second-half hat-trick. A foul-mouthed tirade at a camera following his third goal saw him suspended for two matches, but didn’t detract from his excellent display.
Moment of the season: Rooney’s moment of the season is one of the greatest goals ever scored at Old Trafford. A match-winning, overhead kick in the derby was the catalyst for Rooney rediscovering his ability.
Season rating: 7/10.
11. Ryan Giggs

What is there to say that hasn’t already been said about Ryan Giggs? The evergreen Welshman continued to roll back the years, thriving in his new central-midfield berth. The 37-year-old assisted fourteen goals and scored four in 38 appearances. His vision and guile allowed him to move centrally with ease and become the creative midfielder United were lacking earlier in the season. He may not have given a good account of himself in the European Cup Final, but it’s not worth lingering on given his excellence in the previous nine months. In 2008 he was a bit part player winding down his career, in 2011 he’s integral to the team and the last remaining member of the “Class of 1992”. I’ll have what he’s having.
Performance of the season: v Chelsea, Champions League, 12/04/2011. Incredible performances alongside Michael Carrick in both legs of the Champions League Quarter finals were vital in United’s progression to the Semi final stage. At Old Trafford Giggs ran the show and assisted both United’s goals in a 2-1 victory.
Moment of the season: His goal that finally broke the deadlock against Schalke in the Semi final in Gelsenkirchen brought Wembley firmly into sight. It also meant that Giggs became the oldest goalscorer in the history of the Champions League.
Season rating: 8/10.
12. Chris Smalling

When United won a League and European Cup double in 2008, Chris Smalling was playing for Maidstone United. Three years later he’d played a key role in the bigger United winning the League and reaching the European Cup Final. His impact since joining from Fulham has been superb and in the absence of Rio Ferdinand, Smalling has shown he is more than capable of covering for him and when Ferdinand eventually leaves United, the team already have a readymade replacement in Smalling. The defender was unnerved when called upon, and had a great debut season.
Performance of the season: v Manchester City, Premier League, 12/02/2011. Thrown in at the deep end because of injuries to Ferdinand and Evans, Smalling played like he was tailor made for the game.
Moment of the season: Smalling himself would probably choose his first goal for the club against Scunthorpe, but in the aforementioned Manchester derby a crunching tackle on David Silva as he bore down on goal in stoppage time denied City a chance to equalise.
Season rating: 8/10.
13. Park Ji-Sung

The player who is evidently one of Sir Alex Ferguson’s favourites for the ‘big games’ once again proved his worth to the team with a series of excellent performances at the right time of the season after a poor start to the campaign. The South Korean missed three months of the season because of the Asia Cup and a hamstring injury but returned for the run-in. The energetic midfielder also gave his best goal return in the 2010/11 campaign to underline why he’s worthy of a place in the team.
Performance of the season: v Chelsea, Premier League, 08/05/2011. As well as assisting Javier Hernandez’s opening goal, Park played like a man possessed and gave his best ever display in a United shirt. He was everywhere, using the ball excellently and giving the Chelsea players no time on it when they were in possession.
Moment of the season: His goal against Arsenal sent United to the top of the League in December, but his brace – including a 93rd minute winner, against Wolves in November proved to be just as crucial at the end of season.
Season rating: 7/10.
14. Javier Hernandez

The 22-year-old Mexican had the kind of debut season that dreams are made of after his move from Chivas Guadalajara. Wayne Rooney described him as “the signing of the century” and his performances ousted a Dimitar Berbatov having his best season for United from the team. His pace, movement and finishing (20 goals in 27 starts) made him feared across Europe and Barcelona’s defensive game plan for the Final was based solely on the intention of stopping him. Not bad for a £6m player signed for the future, with the intention of finding his feet in the 2010/11 campaign.
Performance of the season: v Stoke City, Premier League, 24/10/2010. The game that showed Chicharito was more than ready enough for the Premier League against the notoriously tough Stoke defence was his best of the campaign for its importance. He scored a stunning goal with the back of his head before grabbing a late winner.
Moment of the season: His goal against Chelsea after 36 seconds and subsequent celebration set the tone for the day, as United beat the reigning Champions to all but seal the nineteenth title.
Season rating: 9/10.
15. Nemanja Vidic

After being named captain at the start of the season, Vidic went on to have his best season for the club. The Serbian started the most number of games during the season as he led the team to the coveted nineteenth title. With five goals to his name – including a rocket against Aston Villa, he aided the team’s cause at both ends of the pitch. His performances led to him deservedly being named Premier League player of the season.
Performance of the season: v Aston Villa, Premier League, 13/11/10. With United 2-0 down with ten minutes to go, Vidic made his first real “captain’s performance” and took the game by the scruff of the neck to pull the team back into the game – scoring the equalising goal. Villa would’ve been out of sight, were it not for Vidic’s defensive contribution earlier on.
Moment of the season: In the game that all but sealed the title against Chelsea, it was Vidic’s goal that proved to be the match-winner.
Season rating: 9/10.
16. Michael Carrick

Michael Carrick had a season that rescued his Manchester United career. After a disgraceful showing against Bayern Munich the season before, Carrick didn’t start a League fixture ’til October. It wasn’t until November’s 0-0 draw with Manchester City that he got back to his best, but get back to his best he did. A mistake in the FA Cup Semi final aside, Carrick had a good season from there on in, but will want to get back on the score-sheet next term, after failing to find the net during the campaign.
Performance of the season: v Chelsea, Champions League, 06/04/2011. The central-midfield partnership of Carrick and Giggs hardly filled any Reds with confidence, but the combination worked marvellously and Michael Carrick had one of his best ever games in the shirt, capped off by a glorious cross-field pass to Giggs in the build-up to Rooney’s goal.
Moment of the season: It’s hard to choose between the game against City or the pass to Giggs against Chelsea but the latter wins out for its sheer brilliance. The vision and execution was out of this World.
Season rating: 7/10.
17. Nani

The players’ player of the season may not have ended the season as well as he’d started it, but it’s worth bearing in mind how excellent he was for the first six months of it. After nearly being sold before a good performance against Wolfsburg in December 2009, Nani had an unparalleled year of production within the squad in 2010. His assist and goal count for the 2010/11 campaign was 20 and ten respectively and were it not for a Jamie Carragher horror tackle, he may have kept up his excellent form and kept the returning Antonio Valencia on the sidelines.
Performance of the season: v Manchester City, Premier League, 12/02/2011. A goal and an assist against the noisy neighbours made this game Nani’s performance of the season. He also tracked back responsibly and was United’s most dangerous outlet throughout.
Moment of the season: With United a goal down and struggling at The Reebok Stadium, Nani went on a sixty yard solo run before finishing marvellously from the edge of the box.
Season rating: 8/10.
18. Paul Scholes

The season began with a series of master classes from Paul Scholes. His man-of-the-match performance in the Community Shield against Chelsea was followed up by wonderful displays against Newcastle and Fulham. As the season progressed Scholes became more tired and could no longer last a full ninety minutes. His sending off against in the FA Cup Semi final led many to speculate his days were numbered but it still didn’t lessen the blow when he announced his retirement on May 31st. It’s been a privilege, Ginger Prince.
Performance of the season: v Newcastle, Premier League, 16/08/2010. Scholes picked up where he left off in the Community Shield to deliver a stunning midfield performance. He assisted fellow veteran Ryan Giggs for United’s third goal.
Moment of the season: A week of praise following the Newcastle game was capped off when Scholes opened the scoring against Fulham with a 25-yard drive. Apart from that, a special mention must go to five Barcelona players having to draw lots to get Scholes’ shirt at the end of the European Cup Final.
Season rating: 7/10.
20. Fabio da Silva

No-one could’ve predicted that by the end of the season left-back understudy Fabio da Silva would surpass his twin brother Rafael,  John O’Shea and Gary Neville to become first-choice right-back for the Champions League Final. Fabio had struggled with injury since he joined United and despite good performances in the Champions League group stages, remained on the periphery of the team. After a flirtation with the left-wing, he established himself as a right-back in the absence of others through injury and is now the favourite to take the vacant number two shirt.
Performance of the season: v Arsenal, Premier League, 01/05/2011. His performance away at Rangers was impressive, but it was in the defeat to Arsenal where Fabio established himself as a Manchester United player following an excellent display at Schalke.
Moment of the season: His goal against Arsenal in the FA Cup Quarter Final was a surprise after United had lined up with seven defenders. Both he and his brother played as wingers to great effect as Fabio gave United the lead with his second goal for the club.
Season rating: 7/10.
21. Rafael da Silva

The second da Silva twin, Rafael played his way into being first-choice right-back at the beginning of the season before being injuries led to him being usurped by his brother towards the end of the season. His all-action, attacking approach to defence sometimes lead to ill-discipline and also injury, but it’s this that’s seen United fans take to him. As comfortable on the wing or central midfield as in defence, Rafael is never one to shirk a challenge and frequently contained the League’s best wingers.
Performance of the season: v Tottenham, Premier League, 30/10/2010. While other games may stand out for his attacking prowess, it was his defensive ability that led to his best performance of the season as Rafael contained media darling and PFA player of the year, Gareth Bale with ease.
Moment of the season: As with his brother, Rafael’s finest moment of the season came when he played on the wing against Arsenal in the FA Cup. The twins’ enthusiasm was integral to United winning the game, and when the team went to 4-4-2 at half-time, Rafael’s performed just as well in central midfield. This is closely followed by his squaring up to Carlos Tevez at Eastlands.
Season rating: 8/10.
22. John O’Shea

The Irishman’s presence in the squad still causes a collective sigh amongst a portion of United supporters, but this season when called upon he’s done a good job. His steady nature and experience has been helpful to the team’s cause and though he fell behind the twins in the pecking order, his versatility has ensured he’s still of value to the team.
Performance of the season: v Chelsea, Champions League, 12/04/2011. O’Shea returned to the team in place of Rafael – who was injured in the first-leg at Stamford Bridge, to play his best game of the season. His fantastic movement with Giggs on the right-wing set the Welshman free to assist Javier Hernandez’s opening goal.
Moment of the season: His flick on to assist Dimitar Berbatov’s opening in the 5-0 demolition of Birmingham was a lovely touch that silenced the people complaining about his selection within the first two minutes.
Season rating: 6/10.
23. Jonny Evans

Injury to Rio Ferdinand and the inexperience of Chris Smalling meant that Jonny Evans started the season as first-choice centre-back. The excellent performances he put in as part of the title winning team of 2008/09 seemed like a distant memory as Evans struggled for form. His poor performances came to a head in November in the 4-0 League Cup defeat to West Ham, after which Sir Alex Ferguson told him he’d never play for United again. In his comeback match against Bolton four months later he gave a good performance before he was sent-off. Despite seeing red, the display hadn’t gone unnoticed, and Evans has slowly but surely got himself back into the picture at Old Trafford.
Performance of the season: v Chelsea, Premier League, 08/05/2011. After John O’Shea came off injured at half-time, Evans replaced him at left-back and performed the role excellently; not just in his defending but also his support play.
Moment of the season: In the previously mentioned game against Chelsea, Evans produced some lovely skill on the touch line to create space and tee up Wayne Rooney, who should’ve done much better with the chance.
Season rating: 5/10.
24. Darren Fletcher

One has to feel sympathy for Fletcher, who missed out on an almost certain start in a Champions League Final for the second time this season. A mystery illness picked up at the beginning of March effectively ended Fletcher’s campaign, as he appeared just three times after the League defeat to Chelsea. Fletcher began the season with a goal against Newcastle, and scored a volley against Everton a few weeks later but his play wasn’t reaching the levels of the previous two campaigns. His passing was wayward and he was too often getting caught in possession. In his final start before Blackpool on the last day, he played right-midfield against Chelsea and gave a good account of himself with no sign of what was to come.
Performance of the season: v Wolves, Premier League, 06/11/2010. In the game that Park saved with a stoppage-time winner, Fletcher held the central midfield triumvirate in place and gave the kind of performance fans had come to expect of him over the last two years.
Moment of the season: His finish against Everton in the 3-3 draw came after a superb move and cross, in which Fletcher burst from the midfield to connect tellingly with Nani’s delivery.
Season rating: 6/10.
25. Antonio Valencia

A horror injury wasn’t enough to end Antonio Valencia’s season, as the Ecuadorian returned in March to boost United’s title challenge. The broken and dislocated ankle suffered against Rangers in September would have seen weaker men out for the season, but not Valencia who came back to great effect. His strong wing play was vital in the charge to nineteen and left people wondering if the League would’ve been sewn up sooner had he been available. His poor showing in the Champions League Final was a sour end to a season in which he had done so well to not only be a part of, but make a difference to.
Performance of the season: v Chelsea, 08/05/2011. In the game against Chelsea, Valencia’s contribution was only overshadowed by that of Park Ji-Sung. He not only stopped Ashley Cole from joining any attack, but passed him time and again in a performance that surpassed anything Cristiano Ronaldo managed against the left-back.
Moment of the season: His headed goal against Fulham was his first since his return from injury and produced a nice moment between Valencia and the goal’s assister, Nani. Valencia had cast Nani to left-midfield upon his return but rather than sulk, Nani put in a great performance that ended with him assisting Valencia for his first Premier League goal for over a year.
Season rating: 8/10.
26. Gabriel Obertan

The half on one of the most maligned wing duos in Manchester United history with the talent to be a World beater but the confidence of a bullied child has had another underwhelming season. Obertan’s ability is rarely seen because of a lack of self-belief rarely seen amongst professional footballers. Every time he takes one step forward he takes two step overs and falls over before taking two steps back. Performances like the one in Bursaspor are countered by his performance against Crawley Town and since that FA Cup tie in February, Sir Alex Ferguson appears to have given up on the Frenchman.
Performance of the season: v Bursaspor, Champions League, 02/11/2010. Obertan performed excellently against the Turkish Champions and while Bursaspor are easily one of the worst teams ever to play in the European Cup, they are a better team than Crawley Town, who Obertan didn’t have the best of evenings against. So let’s give him a little bit of credit.
Moment of the season: His goal against Bursaspor was an excellent finish with no backlift and looked like he would use the confidence gained to go on and become a useful squad member for the rest of the season, and although it didn’t happen to a large extent; he did assist Rooney’s opening goal away at West Brom.
Season rating: 4/10.
27. Federico Macheda

Though he only played for half a season before being loaned to Sampdoria, Macheda still managed to appear twelve times for United, scoring an important goal at Aston Villa in the process. He found himself playing in an unfamiliar wide position for the majority of those games and couldn’t replicate the impact he had when he burst onto the scene two years ago.
Performance of the season: v Aston Villa, Premier League, 13/11/2010. With United looking destined for defeat, Macheda’s introduction and willingness to put himself about resulted in the Italian scoring his only goal of the season.
Moment of the season: His excellent strike against Aston Villa was the catalyst for United fighting back to get a point at Villa Park after being out the game for the previous eighty minutes.
Season rating: 5/10.
28. Darron Gibson

Gibson’s contribution to the nineteenth League title didn’t even contain one of his “Hollywood” efforts this season and without that, what does he have in his locker? His willingness to be a passenger and be carried by the team was taken to a new level with his ‘performances’ against Blackpool and Everton where United may as well have been a man down.  Sir Alex Ferguson must see something in him to keep selecting him, and there have been glimpses that there may well be a footballer there, but that’s all there have been, glimpses.
Performance of the season: v Schalke, Champions League, 04/05/2011. Discredit Schalke all you like, Darron Gibson’s goal-scoring performance against the German side in the Champions League Semi final was very good and allowed Anderson the freedom to join the attack and score a brace.
Moment of the season: His pass to Antonio Valencia against Schalke that allowed the wide-man to open the scoring was a moment of magic that leaves you wondering why he can’t do it more often, or if he just can’t be bothered.
Season rating: 5/10.
29. Tomasz Kuszczak

PIG has always been reliable understudy to Edwin van der Sar and while his kicking leaves much to be desired, overall he’s done well when called upon, which made his performance against Blackburn all the more baffling when he had one last attempt to prove he could replace the outgoing Dutchman as United’a number 1. As it is, he’ll most probably be leaving United to seek first team football elsewhere.
Performance of the season: v West Brom, Premier League, 01/01/2011. Playing at former club West Brom, Kuszczak was only beaten by a wonder-strike from James Morrison as he made a few good saves to keep The Reds in the game when it looked like The Baggies were in the ascendancy.
Season rating: 6/10.
33. Bebe

Bargain. Excellent. Sent from heaven. Footballer. These are a series of words that will never be used to describe United’s £7.4m summer signing. However, there are two words that do explain why he’s a Manchester United player, Jorge Mendes. The Guardian’s Daniel Taylor quoted a player as saying “he’s like a competition winner”, which – given the League title win, he is.
Performance of the season: v Scunthorpe, League Cup, 22/09/2010. This game is selected because when he came on against Scunthorpe there was genuine excitement to see this new, unknown signing. His lightening pace and direct running raised expectations, which was duly quashed once he came up against top-class opposition, like Crawley Town.
Moment of the season: Scoring on his full-debut against Wolves is a buzz millions wish they could feel, but his celebration after scoring against Bursaspor is his moment of the season. After running down the line, Bebe performed a mid-air “butt-bump” with Patrice Evra. His David May-esque League title celebrations also raised a smile.
WUM rating: 10/10.
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