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The Champions League continues to deliver growth but remains under scrutiny

TOPSHOT - Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp speaks during a press conference at the Melwood Training ground in Liverpool, northwest England on May 28, 2019. (Photo by Anthony Devlin / AFP) (Photo credit should read ANTHONY DEVLIN/AFP/Getty Images)

The Uefa Champions League is set to deliver another big increase in revenues in the next cycle, but there are still doubts it will survive beyond 2024. Frank Dunne explains why.

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