Champions League: Russian clubs should stay suspended

The European Club Association ECA has been pronounced in view of the war in Ukraine against an early return of Russian football to the international stage.

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“I can not imagine that Russian clubs are allowed to play before Ukrainian clubs are able to do that,” said Vice President Dariusz Mioduski in a media round in Vienna. “We know that the Ukrainian clubs can not participate for a while,” added to the pole and owner of Legia Warsaw.

One day before, ECA President Nasser Al-Khelaifi announced the prelude to a two-day general meeting in the Austrian capital that the ECA provides one million euros as aid for Ukraine.

Mioduski admitted that this was “not much for the organization”. He spoke of a “symbol”.

According to the press release of the ECA to conclude the assembly, the money should only be “a first financial contribution”.

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