☕ Morning Recap: A look at Futaa's top stories from yesterday
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☕ Morning Recap: A look at Futaa's top stories from yesterday

A lot happened in the world of football yesterday and the Futaa team brought all the top news plus more to you.

Take a look below.

Chelsea, Man City, and Real Madrid to be expelled from Champions League semi-finals

UEFA's Executive Committee will reportedly discuss expelling Chelsea, Man City, Man United, and Arsenal from the semi-finals of Champions League and Europa League at a meeting on Friday.

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Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp against European Super League idea

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp insists he is against the idea of the European Super League, which was officially launched on Sunday.

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 FIFA statement on European Super League

World Football governing body FIFA has issued a statement on the new European Super League.

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Bayern Munich issue statement on Super League formation

Bayern Munich CEO Karl-Heinz Rummenigge believes the new Super League will not solve the financial problems that European clubs are facing. 

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UEFA expands Champions League to 36 teams

UEFA has confirmed there will be a total of 36 teams in the Champions League starting 2024 onwards. 

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Tottenham confirm Mourinho’s departure

Tottenham Hotspur has confirmed the departure of manager Jose Mourinho from the club.

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Dortmund become the first club to reject Super League

Bundesliga giants Borussia Dortmund have reportedly turned down signing for the controversial UEFA Super League.

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Manchester United quit the European Club Association

English Premier League giants Manchester United are no longer part of the European Club Association (UCA).

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