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Pepsi sponsorship chief Warner says revamped Champions League delivered ‘comparable value’

Bayern Munich beat Paris Saint-Germain in the final of the men's Champions League. (Julian Finney - UEFA/UEFA via Getty Images).

PepsiCo’s senior director for global sports marketing, Adam Warner, commends Uefa for finding 'different sources of value' in this year reformatted Men's Champions League and explains why the brand has decided to expand its relationship with the governing body to include women's club and national competitions. Ben Cronin reports.

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