ECA change course in bid to “save” relevance of European football
7 June 2019
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The European Club Association (ECA) has argued that wide-ranging reforms of UEFA club competition are necessary to stop the slow death of domestic club football.
Speaking in Malta following a Special General Assembly, which was attended by 156 ECA members, the ECA’s chairman, Andrea Agnelli, said that the body wants “a solution that works for all of European football, not just some clubs or leagues.”