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Inter Milan’s Champions League disappointment and UEFA Coefficients

Inter Milan, the current leaders of Serie A, faced a disappointing exit from the UEFA Champions League after being defeated by Atletico Madrid in a thrilling match that ended in penalties. Atletico Madrid’s victory secured their spot in the quarter-finals of the prestigious competition, leaving Inter to focus solely on domestic and other European competitions

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Brentford boss names the most England player likely to win Ballon d’Or

Thomas Frank, the manager of Brentford, has expressed his support for Phil Foden as a strong contender for the Ballon d’Or, highlighting the England international’s potential for the prestigious award. Phil Foden, who is just 23 years old, showcased his exceptional talent by scoring three goals in Manchester City’s recent 3-1 victory against Brentford. With

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Boban exits UEFA in protest against Ceferin’s rule shift

In 2016, Aleksander Ceferin assumed the presidency of UEFA, succeeding Michel Platini, and initiated several reforms, including a three-term limit for executive appointments. Ceferin’s commitment to this principle was clear as he campaigned on a reform platform, emphasizing that no president should serve more than three terms in office. His current term is set to

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“UEFA’s ban on Man City was right”, Čeferin says as EPL set to conduct hearing on 115 breaches

The president of the European football governing body, UEFA, Aleksander Čeferin, has drawn attention to UEFA’s overturned ban on Manchester City as the 2022/23 treble-winners await the trial for their 115 Premier League breaches. After accusing the UAE-owned club of breaking several financial fair play rules as well as profitability and sustainability rules from 2009

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“European football will be fine,” UEFA president says amidst Saudi spending spree

UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin has downplayed the touted effects of Saudi Arabia’s spending on European football teams in the wake of a number of stars joining the Saudi Pro League. Saudi Arabia, one of the bidding countries for the rights to host the 2030 FIFA World Cup, is making early moves to convince the world

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