Boasting players such as Cristiano Ronaldo, Real Madrid are head and shoulders above other clubs in the competition.
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The Club World Cup is billed by FIFA as "biggest club title of all" yet this month's tournament in Morocco is more likely to serve as a reminder of the chasm that separates domestic football in Europe from the rest of the world.It is difficult to envisage anything other than a win for Real Madrid in the tournament which, bizarrely, has been thrown under a cloud by players at Asian champions Western Sydney Wanderers threatening a boycott over a pay dispute.Teams from South America and Africa are generally made up of players who have not been good enough to earn a move to Europe, plus a few who have been abroad and have returned.In the wake of the World Cup, a tournament featuring teams from Argentina, Mexico and Algeria, who all reached the knockout stages, should give plenty for Real Madrid to think about.
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