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A tiny Eastern European soccer team worth just $15 million beat $966 million giant Real Madrid in one of the Champions League's biggest ever upsets firstname.lastname@example.org (Barnaby Lane) 9/29/2021
Red Star Belgrade. Since the UEFA succumbed to the pressures of capitalism 15 years ago, only one team from Eastern Europe have managed to win a European trophy: it was CSKA Moscow, one of the clubs for whom the liberalization of the business of sport actually worked out fine. For the teams with smaller markets than Russia or the Ukraine, UEFA's and the EU-endorsed measures meant falling further and further behind the teams from the wealthiest countries.
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The Eastern European Super League (Russian: Восточно-европейская Суперлига, tr. Vostochno-Yevropeiskaya Superliga) is an international American football tournament that brings together the best clubs from the Russian Federation and the Republic of Belarus. The tournament originates in 2019, when the best teams of Russia, Belarus and Ukraine decided to found a competition called the East European Super League.
Where once the state-controlled teams of the Eastern bloc passed their way with crisp efficiency—a sort of communist version of total soccer—to considerable success on the European and international stages, today the beautiful game in the East has been opened up to the free market, and throughout the region a sense of chaos pervades.
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While a team from Eastern Europe has never won the World Cup, and none of their clubs have won the Champions League since Red Star Belgrade in 1990/91, the countries that formerly sat beyond the ...
Soccer, Europe’s dominant sport, began in an amateur era and regards itself as more than entertainment: something communal, even tribal. Clubs were set up by churches or minority groups, to ...