European Club Association Chairman Karl-Heinz Rummenigge gives a press conference after the ECA general assembly in Athens, on March 28, 2017. (AFP / Angelos Tzortzinis)
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Europe's top clubs have dropped a proposal for a Super League made up of the continent's strongest teams amid opposition by UEFA, their association said Tuesday.Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, chairman of the European Club Association, said the teams had approved a Champions League reform format after talks in Athens with UEFA director of competitions Giorgio Marchetti.The ECA general assembly was attended by 155 member clubs who met to discuss the future of European club competitions.
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