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Soccer clubs discuss breakaway after Champions League changes

SBS Thursday, 13 October 2016 ()
COPENHAGEN (Reuters) - A group of leading clubs from counties including Denmark, Scotland and the Netherlands are in talks to create a new trans-European soccer league in response to recent proposals to change the format of the Champions League.
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News video: European leagues open hostilities over Champions League changes

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European football leagues suspend an accord with UEFA in protest at reforms to the Champions League which give greater power to major clubs.

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