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Changes To The Champions League Format?

UEFA President Michel Platini talks to American TV channel, Fox Sports prior to yesterday's final and in doing so discusses the future of the Champions League format.

As expected, the 54-year-old mentions the amount of English clubs entering the competition, plus, why the former France international doesn't support video technology.

With Premier League clubs such as Chelsea, Manchester United, Arsenal and Tottenham entering next seasons elite European competition, and hopefully Manchester City qualifying for the following seasons tournament football fans from across Europe will be interested to hear what the so-called anti-English UEFA President has to say.

<br/><a href='http://video.msn.com/video.aspx?mkt=en-US&brand=foxsports&vid=6c7077f8-18d2-46a1-9006-e828652957dc' target='_new' title='CL: Interview with UEFA President'>Video: CL: Interview with UEFA President</a>




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Writer: Tudor Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday May 23 2010

Time: 6:28PM

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Lando78
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23/05/2010 19:24:00

*****ini's ideal Champions League would have no English clubs.
Johnny Baguette
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23/05/2010 19:28:00

This will be interesting.. Platini always seems to hate PL clubs for some reason..
SLampard
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24/05/2010 03:12:00

I think he still has the knife in over Heysel
pedmachine
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24/05/2010 08:27:00

what did prat-tini say? I would have understood him, had he spoke french.......What with him and Sep Platter, it's like watching Laurel and Hardy.........Idiots
spu 4 life
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27/05/2010 23:53:00

 

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