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Louvaniste for OHL (Oud-Heverlee Leuven)

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5 minutes ago, Marmite said:

Free donuts and beer 

They are getting free Shirts with season tickets, I feel hard done to now lol 

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Hope everyone realises that when we both qualify for the Champions League in 2 seasons time, I think only one of us can play in it because we are both sponsored by King Power. lol

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6 minutes ago, Foxes1 said:

Hope everyone realises that when we both qualify for the Champions League in 2 seasons time, I think only one of us can play in it because we are both sponsored by King Power. lol

Only they just confirmed both red bull teams can enter so you needed to do that joke at least 24 hours ago.

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2 hours ago, Bayfox said:

Only they just confirmed both red bull teams can enter so you needed to do that joke at least 24 hours ago.

Be interesting to see the outcome in a few days time. Are we operating under different management with Rudkin and Whelan on the board of the Belgian team.

 

UEFA’s rules prevent multiple teams from the same ownership from playing in the Champions League, but Leipzig and Salzburg presented a unique wrinkle for UEFA. Both teams are owned by the Red Bull conglomerate, despite operating under different management and in separate leagues. After looking into the issue, UEFA’s concerns look to have been met, and both clubs will be allowed to compete in UCL for 2017/18.

A UEFA statement read: “Following a thorough investigation, and further to several important governance and structural changes made by the clubs (regarding corporate matters, financing, personnel, sponsorship arrangements, etc.), the CFCB deemed that no individual or legal entity had anymore a decisive influence over more than one club participating in a UEFA club competition.”

As champions, Red Bull Salzburg would have taken priority over second-placed Leipzig. With the ruling, the Austrian club will enter next year’s Champions League at the second qualifying round, while Leipzig will enter in the group stage.

It’s not technically done and dusted yet, as UEFA have said they will “continue to monitor both clubs.” In addition, the decision can still be appealed to the Court of Arbitration for Sport within 10 days.

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