The greatest club competition in football is back, but are UEFA at risk of ruining the Champions League forever? What will be the impact of the changes made to the tournament? Will it ever be the same again?
From next season the top four of Europe’s biggest four leagues will be guaranteed entry to the Champions League, making it more difficult for clubs from smaller countries to pull up a seat at the top table of continental football. Is the drawbridge being raised?
Graham Ruthven is joined by Stefan Bienkowski (who we learned really doesn’t like Dynamo Kyiv) and Grant Russell to talk it through on this week’s episode of Pundits. Is the materialisation of a European super league closer than ever before? Would that be a good thing or should we all pack up and go home?
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