UEFA rules out Saturday slots for Champions League fixtures
21 May 2019
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UEFA’s president, Aleksander Čeferin, has ruled out playing Champions League fixtures on weekends as debate about the competition’s reformat continues to reverberate around the European game.
Speaking ahead of last Saturday’s Women’s Champions League Final, which followed a gathering of UEFA’s 55 member associations in Budapest, Čeferin said that he had repeated the organisation’s commitment “not to play UEFA club competition matches at weekends, with the exception of the Champions League Final.”
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