Will we now re-evaluate the Europa League?

Will we now re-evaluate the Europa League?
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Roma eliminates Milan, while Atalanta resists Liverpool’s comeback attempt. In short, they will be there two Italians in the Europa League semi-finals. Two Italians who, among other things, will not face each other. In fact, the Giallorossi will face Bayer Leverkusen, while the Orobic team will play against Olympique Marseille. In short, an all-Italian final It’s not that impossible or improbable after all.

And now a question inevitably and logically arises: Will anyone change their mind about the Europa League? Because it is useless to go around it and make endless turns of words. This competition, by many coaches and also by many fans, was seen as a nuisance, something secondary or even an obstacle to being able to better prepare for the championship matches. Among other things, reasoning made by those who certainly don’t have a board full of international trophies and important victories. A thought that led to missing many opportunities and possibilities. And it is no coincidence that an Italian has never won this trophy. The last one was Parma in 1999, but it was still called the UEFA Cup. In short, this will certainly mean something.

Can this year lead to a change in the trend? It’s hard to say, hard to know with absolute certainty. But there is something that can undoubtedly help reverse the trend. To date, thanks to these results, Italy is first in the ranking and this means five teams in the next Champions League. A team that could even become six if one of Roma and Atalanta won the final and did not finish in the top five in the league. A hypothesis, ranking in hand, that is anything but unrealistic. In short, ultimately this Europa League is not that bad and so useless and annoying. But maybe we are also wrong, that to explain it, we once again had to put the Champions League in the middle?

Will we now re-evaluate the Europa League?
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2024-04-19 10:00:48
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