According to The Mirror, the recent report of the Federation of English football (FA) said, UEFA (UEFA) are planning new to change the Champions League (Cup C1) European future hybrid. Specifically, from 2024, UEFA intends to decide 32 reserve team Champions League group stage based on the ranking of national championships in stage 4 consecutive seasons from 2020/21 season to the 2023/24 season. .
UEFA is considering will not be based on the achievements of the team only one season in the Championship European countries to review the Champions League berth
This is different from existing law when four clubs the finish in fourth position from championship to fourth of the Premiership each season will be the Champions League (3 productivity in straight round and 1 berth qualifying last) of the following season.
UEFA also plans to edit a new law allowing four teams through to the Europa League semi-finals will have Champions League tickets next season. This is a big difference when present, the only team to win the Europa League championship are privileged to straight Champions League shortly afterwards.
If UEFA through this plan to put into practice, the Premiership will only championship team is to make the Champions League, 3 clubs left in the top four at the end of a season will not necessarily have the tickets Champions League but must be based on whether they have a good record in league play in four consecutive seasons or not.
Chelsea, Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur can "smile" because they may be among the teams the Champions League under new plan of UEFA.
MU welcomed the news from UEFA Champions League chances quite open
Meanwhile, the "phenomenon" as Leicester City, Wolverhampton and Sheffield United though may shock with the Top 4 teams led a season it is difficult to win tickets to the tournament No. 1 club in Europe. Because achievements in the Premiership three seasons in four consecutive seasons as "profiling" in the Champions League they will probably lower achievement of the "Big 6" (Liverpool, Manchester City, Manchester United, Chelsea Tottenham and Arsenal).
Half of the Premiership standings on current