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UEFA wants to organize a tournament of winners of European tournaments and a club from MLS

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The European Football Association would like to organize a tournament in which the winning clubs of European tournaments and a club from abroad from MLS will participate.

It is reported that such a tournament could replace the European Super Cup, which, as you know, the winners of the Champions League and Europa League play at the beginning of the season. Negotiations on the creation of a new competition are at an active stage.

According to one version, there will be four participants in the new tournament – the winners of the Champions League, Europa League and Conference League, as well as the team that won the MLS. UEFA sees the American market as an extremely promising direction for the development of football and therefore wants to enter in a similar way.

It was previously reported that some of the Champions League matches could be played outside of Europe, especially in China, the United States or the Middle East. This idea is allegedly supported by PSG chief Nasser Al-Khelaifi.

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Ramires tattooed the iconic goal against Barcelona in 2012

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Ramire’s goal that propelled Chelsea to the 2012 Champions League final is a moment the Brazilian will never forget. That’s why he wanted to tattoo her on his leg.

It’s been 12 years since Ramires’ legendary goal against Barcelona helped Chelsea book a ticket to the 2012 Champions League final.

It’s one of those moments that the 35-year-old Brazilian will remember forever. In fact, he decided to tattoo his quad with Victor Valdes.

We remind you that Chelsea were 2-0 down until at 45+2 they managed to close the gap, Ramirez scoring with an excellent placement and playing the ball over Valdes after a fantastic pass from Frank Lampard. Fernando Torres scored the golden goal for the “Blues” with 90+2.

Ramirez has his goal against Barcelona tattooed

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Vorskla-Kharkiv-2 draws with Vlaznia in the Women’s Champions League qualifiers

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Defending the honor of Kharkiv team Zhilstroy-2 in the European arena under the guise of Vorskla-Kharkov-2, Poltava’s Vorskla team is making a mess in the first match of the second stage of the Women’s Champions League selection. He dated the Vlaznia team. The first match of the teams ended in a 1:1 draw.

The Albanians led the way. The Ukrainians returned with Kravchuk’s goal in the 66th minute.

On September 28, Vorskla-Kharkov-2 and Vlaznia will play the second leg. The winner of the match will advance to the group stage of the Champions League, whose matches will be held in October-December.

Recall that in the first round, the Kharkiv-Poltava team led by Natalia Zinchenko beat Kazakhstan “BIIK-Shymkent” (2:0) and the Georgian club “Guria” Lanchkhuti – 5:0.

Women’s Champions League. Qualification

Second round. first game

“Vorskla-Kharkov-2” – “Vlaznia” – 1:1

Goals: Point, 54 (0:1). Kravchuk, 66 (1:1).

Kalinina (Vorskla-Kharkov-2) missed a penalty in the 66th minute.

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Champions League: UEFA had the anti-fan announcement ready days before the final

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According to an exclusive report by The Guardian, UEFA had prepared the announcement against fans days before the Champions League final should there be a problem.

UEFA’s announcement to blame fans for delaying the start of the Champions League final was staged, according to an exclusive report from The Guardian and respected journalist David Cone.

The federation, on display at the Stade de France, shows a message about a delay in the arrival of fans at the stadium minutes before half-time of Real’s game against Liverpool, despite thousands of fans queuing in the stands.

“Due to the late arrival of the fans, the game will be delayed. More information will follow in 15 minutes at most.”was the message from UEFA.

The news was prepared well in advance, the Guardian reported in its in-depth article on the chaos in Paris, published on Wednesday.

It is recalled that around 15,000 Liverpool fans were blocked at the ticket offices and various checkpoints and banned from entering the stadium, with the turnstiles closed by police.

Authorities’ investigations have contradicted initial claims, including by the French government, after it emerged that the problem was not the counterfeit tickets preventing fans from entering the venue smoothly, but the lack of a plan by the authorities in charge.

Source: Sport 24

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