Tuesday, October 4, 2022

Italian resilience brings results, promoted to fourth on the UCL list

After years of hard work and persistence, the Italian league has worked its way back to the top 4 European Leagues. Joining the likes of England, Germany and Spain, Serie A now enjoys four places in the Champions League.

UEFA’s announcement:

UEFA today announced the updated list of coefficients that will be effective for the next season’s draws. Italy displaced Portugal, who are now at 7th. All Portuguese teams have been knocked out of the European competitions. Portugal had finished the last season at the 5th place in the list of coefficients. Though, they couldn’t follow up with their performances. Italy on the other hand, have had a wonderful showing in the past few season. Juventus especially have been the flag bearers of Italy on the European stage. They are presently drawn against Barcelona for the Quarterfinals. Many predict that the Turin side might cause a major upset by beating the Spanish giants.

Coefficients are vital to every league’s team as the number of qualification spots depends on it. Therefore, this will come as good news to all the countries that have improved their rating.

Notable movements on the coefficient table:

After disappointing campaigns in the past few seasons, the French and Russian times have risen through the ranks. Owing to the likes of Rostov, Monaco and PSG, both these countries are now at 5th and 6th respectively. This also shows signs of better things to come for these nations as they seek to make their football better.

Coming to individual team performances, Monaco have shown the most significant progress. After a remarkable campaign riding on the shoulders of their youth, they have leapt by 26 places. They were at the 58th place in the UEFA club rankings and now sit at 32nd. Another country which made its entry into the list is Leicester City who is riding on a miraculous league winning campaign last year. They now sit at 56th. It needs to be seen which teams make it to the further rounds and how the dynamics of the table change.

After years of hard work and persistence, the Italian league has worked its way back to the top 4 European Leagues. Joining the likes of England, Germany and Spain, Serie A now enjoys four places in the Champions League.

UEFA’s announcement:

UEFA today announced the updated list of coefficients that will be effective for the next season’s draws. Italy displaced Portugal, who are now at 7th. All Portuguese teams have been knocked out of the European competitions. Portugal had finished the last season at the 5th place in the list of coefficients. Though, they couldn’t follow up with their performances. Italy on the other hand, have had a wonderful showing in the past few season. Juventus especially have been the flag bearers of Italy on the European stage. They are presently drawn against Barcelona for the Quarterfinals. Many predict that the Turin side might cause a major upset by beating the Spanish giants.

Coefficients are vital to every league’s team as the number of qualification spots depends on it. Therefore, this will come as good news to all the countries that have improved their rating.

Notable movements on the coefficient table:

After disappointing campaigns in the past few seasons, the French and Russian times have risen through the ranks. Owing to the likes of Rostov, Monaco and PSG, both these countries are now at 5th and 6th respectively. This also shows signs of better things to come for these nations as they seek to make their football better.

Coming to individual team performances, Monaco have shown the most significant progress. After a remarkable campaign riding on the shoulders of their youth, they have leapt by 26 places. They were at the 58th place in the UEFA club rankings and now sit at 32nd. Another country which made its entry into the list is Leicester City who is riding on a miraculous league winning campaign last year. They now sit at 56th. It needs to be seen which teams make it to the further rounds and how the dynamics of the table change.

After years of hard work and persistence, the Italian league has worked its way back to the top 4 European Leagues. Joining the likes of England, Germany and Spain, Serie A now enjoys four places in the Champions League.

UEFA’s announcement:

UEFA today announced the updated list of coefficients that will be effective for the next season’s draws. Italy displaced Portugal, who are now at 7th. All Portuguese teams have been knocked out of the European competitions. Portugal had finished the last season at the 5th place in the list of coefficients. Though, they couldn’t follow up with their performances. Italy on the other hand, have had a wonderful showing in the past few season. Juventus especially have been the flag bearers of Italy on the European stage. They are presently drawn against Barcelona for the Quarterfinals. Many predict that the Turin side might cause a major upset by beating the Spanish giants.

Coefficients are vital to every league’s team as the number of qualification spots depends on it. Therefore, this will come as good news to all the countries that have improved their rating.

Notable movements on the coefficient table:

After disappointing campaigns in the past few seasons, the French and Russian times have risen through the ranks. Owing to the likes of Rostov, Monaco and PSG, both these countries are now at 5th and 6th respectively. This also shows signs of better things to come for these nations as they seek to make their football better.

Coming to individual team performances, Monaco have shown the most significant progress. After a remarkable campaign riding on the shoulders of their youth, they have leapt by 26 places. They were at the 58th place in the UEFA club rankings and now sit at 32nd. Another country which made its entry into the list is Leicester City who is riding on a miraculous league winning campaign last year. They now sit at 56th. It needs to be seen which teams make it to the further rounds and how the dynamics of the table change.

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