SportsTalk December 13 According to the “Sun” report, Manchester United’s elimination from the European War will affect the number of participating teams in the Premier League in next year’s Champions League.
Manchester United’s elimination from the Champions League is bad news for all Premier League clubs, and it could become Worse. In the game that ended early this morning, Manchester United lost 0-1 at home to Bayern. This defeat also eliminated them from the European war. After losing to Bayern, Manchester United ranked last in Group A. Bayern and Copenhagen qualified together, and Galatasaray qualified for the Europa League.
If Newcastle fail to qualify in the group after tomorrow’s game against AC Milan, the Premier League may lose its participation in the Champions League Extra spots. Because next year’s Champions League will be restructured, the “Swiss Round” competition format will be introduced in the group stage. In addition, four more teams will be participating, and 36 teams will compete for the Champions League trophy next year. Two of the four additional qualifying places will be awarded by UEFA to the leagues that performed best in Europe last season.
It is reported that the specific method will be calculated from UEFA’s club coefficient table. UEFA will use the UEFA Champions League group stage The stages add points to the winning team and the team that advances to the top 16. According to this calculation method, the Premier League was the best-performing league in Europe last season because Manchester City won the Champions League and West Ham won the European Cup. There are currently eight Premier League teams competing in European competitions this season. Manchester United’s elimination and Newcastle’s results will affect the average coefficient of the Premier League. The Premier League currently ranks third in the rankings, behind Germany and Italy.
If Newcastle lose against AC Milan, they risk finishing bottom of the group and out of Europe entirely. This will undoubtedly have a greater impact on the average coefficient of the Premier League. However, the Premier League teams that have advanced to the knockout stages of the Champions League are still very capable. Arsenal and Manchester City are both solid.A very strong team, they are all top of their respective groups.