- Divisive plans would have two teams entered who didn’t qualify
- Qualification based on club’s coefficient over past five seasons
Plans that would enable clubs to qualify for the Champions League based on historic performance and not their league position are back on the table, a year after the collapse of the European Super League.
Members of the European Club Association, an organisation which includes 10 Premier League sides, are to lobby Uefa to allow two teams to qualify for Europe’s elite club competition based in part on their coefficient, a metric calculated according to continental performance over the five previous seasons.
Written by Exclusive by Paul MacInnes
This news first appeared on https://www.theguardian.com/football/2022/mar/27/divisive-champions-league-reform-proposals-back-on-the-table under the title “Clubs propose Champions League reforms based on coefficient ranking”. Bolchha Nepal is not responsible or affiliated towards the opinion expressed in this news article.