The clubs of Eastern Europe want to create an alternative tournament

The clubs of Eastern Europe want to create an alternative tournamentRepresentatives of football clubs in Eastern Europe, which over the last few years could not manage to get into any of the European competitions, decided to organize an alternative tournament to help the development of football in the region.Delegates representing Olympiacos (Greece), "Partizan" and "Crvena Zvezda" (Yugoslavia), "Levski", "CSKA" (Bulgaria), APOEL (Cyprus), Dinamo, Steaua, rapid (Romania), signed the act on establishment of the Cooperation Forum of Football Clubs (FSFK)."The tournament FSFK will help the teams that didn't qualify for the UEFA Cup or the Champions League, to maintain the necessary level of the game," said the Secretary-General "Rapid" Christian Costas in an interview with Reuters.According to the original plan in the tournament will involve 16 teams from 9 countries - Romania, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Greece, Serbia and Montenegro, Slovenia, Croatia, Turkey and Ukraine. However, this Union is open to any country in the region.Costas added that after the next meeting FSFK in June, the plan will be submitted to the consideration of UEFA and FIFA..

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