Critics say UEFA had moved a step closer to creating a closed Super League for the biggest clubs.
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Europe's football leagues escalated the dispute with UEFA over recent Champions League changes Friday when they said they would end the agreement which ensures that European and domestic fixtures do not clash.At present, domestic leagues avoid organizing matches on days which UEFA has allocated to European competition.UEFA reorganized the lucrative Champions League group stage to guarantee the top four European leagues – currently Spain, Germany, England and Italy – four places each.UEFA also announced changes in the distribution of revenue with more emphasis placed on clubs' historic sporting results and less on the value of their television market.
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