Brighton and Aston Villa have been selected by UEFA to match in Europe in the coming football match season after further changes were made to comply with multi-club ownership rules and regulations . The teams have been preparing for the match and building their strategies for the upcoming season and is highly anticipated by football fans from all over Europe. Both teams are expected to put on an exciting show and the result is eagerly awaited.
In response to possible financial irregularities, the Club Financial Control Body (CFCB) disengaged from the Seagulls, Belgian club Union St Gilloise, and Villa and Portuguese side Vitoria Guimaraes. UEFA said that CFCB team has now agreed to club’s admission to European competiton .
No football club has disclosed any news about participating in the UEFA club competition, according to Friday’s reports.
UEFA said the important changes ensured compliance with the multi-club ownership rule by limiting investor influence and power.