Tuesday, 16 July 2013

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The UEFA Champions League
The UEFA Champions League -  European Union
The best teams from the European Competitions will try to become the best of Europe in this Champions League (CL). Mostly the winners of the big leagues and several 2nd/3rd ranked teams in their league are taking part in this competition. Who will be the best of Europe this season? Watch this and you will know!
Match DetailsEkranas    v    FH Hafnarfjordur
Match scheduled: Tuesday, July 16
from 22:00 to 00:00
Second Qualifying Round (First Leg) :: Uefa Champions League Season 2013/2014 :: Match on Belarus 2
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Th top Team of Champions league
Paris Saint-Germain
The departure of Carlo Ancelotti and subsequent hiring of Laurent Blanc is something which shouldn't be underestimated, and after reaching the quarter-finals last season, PSG may find a similar run somewhat harder in 2013-14.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic will unquestionably be key, as will Brazilian winger Lucas Moura. Functional rather than fluid last season, it'll be interesting to see what former France and Bordeaux boss Blanc has in store for Les Parisiens next season.

Shakhtar Donetsk
Mircea Lucescu's side were touted by some as dark horses for the competition last year, particularly after escaping the group stage. Unfortunately, the Ukrainian outfit came unstuck against Borussia Dortmund in the second round.
The losses of Fernandinho and Henrikh Mkhitaryan take some of the craft and class away from their midfield engine room, but their replacements, the Brazilian youngsters Fernando and Wellington Nem, are both exciting prospects. Expect them to play good football once more, but for the last 16 to be their zenith.

AC Milan
A good second half to the season and two goals in the final five minutes of their last game at relegated Siena secured the Rossoneri their place in the Champions League at the expense of Vincenzo Montella's wonderful Fiorentina side.
Last season saw Max Allegri's side reach the last 16, before defeat in the Nou Camp ended their European hopes. With Mario Balotelli now maturing into a fearsome No. 9, they'll have hopes of going one further, but since his arrival there has been an overreliance on the Italy forward, while Stephan El Shaarawy's dip in form is a worry.

As he showed during his time at Liverpool and as he proved once again with Chelsea in the Europa League, Rafa Benitez knows how to compete in European competition, regardless of the tools at his disposal.
He arrives in Naples with a strong squad at his disposal, and although all signs point to Edinson Cavani's eventual exit, the talent in the squad—Marek Hamsik, Dries Mertens, Juan Zuniga, Lorenzo Insigne—is certainly something the Spaniard can build upon. A second-round place certainly isn't beyond their grasp.

Manchester United
Beaten in somewhat controversial fashion by Real Madrid in last year's second round, United fans will no doubt be unhappy at their ranking here.
However, the departure of Sir Alex Ferguson and much of his first-team coaching staff cannot be understated, and David Moyes, no matter how you slice it, is inexperienced at the top European level.
Additionally, the midfield still has some serious question marks over it, Wayne Rooney's future is still somewhat up in the air, and the likes of Ryan Giggs, Rio Ferdinand, Nemanja Vidic and Patrice Evra aren't getting any younger.
A good draw will see them reach the quarter-finals, but if they run into one of the "big boys" again, they may well end on the wrong side of the scoreline.

UEFA Champions League  Schedule

16th July
UEFA Champions League
15:30    Viktoria Plzen    v    Zeljeznicar Sarajevo
16:00    BATE Borisov    v    Shakhter Karaganda
16:00    Dinamo Tbilisi    v    EB Streymur
17:00    FK Ekranas    v    FH Hafnarfjordur
17:00    Sheriff Tiraspol    v    Sutjeska
17:30    Birkirkara    v    NK Maribor
17:30    CS Fola Esch    v    Dinamo Zagreb
17:45    Steaua Bucuresti    v    Vardar

17th July
UEFA Champions League
13:00    Shirak    v    Partizan Belgrade
15:30    HJK Helsinki    v    Nomme Kalju
16:00    Neftchi    v    Skenderbeu
17:00    Elfsborg    v    FC Daugava
17:00    Sligo    v    Molde
18:15    Slovan Bratislava    v    Ludogorets Razgrad
18:15    T.N.S.    v    Legia Warsaw
18:30    Gyor    v    Maccabi Tel-Aviv
18:45    Cliftonville    v    Celtic
2013/14 UEFA Champions League Draw - 1st & 2nd qualifying round

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