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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Barcelona to face Man City, Arsenal draw PSG in Champions League draw

ESPN FC's Steve Nicol presents a few of the Champions League groups to look out for in this year's competition.
Take an in-depth look at the UCL draw and see how each of the teams will line up in this year's competition.
Cristiano Ronaldo joins Lionel Messi as one of the only players to win the UEFA Best Player in Europe Award twice.

Pep Guardiola will return to the Camp Nou after Manchester City and Barcelona were drawn together in the Champions League group stage on Thursday.

Guardiola spent the majority of his playing career with Barcelona and led them to two European titles as manager in 2009 and 2011.

And now in his first season as City boss, he will face off against his former club in Group C, along with Borussia Monchengladbach and Celtic, when the group stage begins next month.

The Spanish champions beat City in the round...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Jamie Vardy promises Leicester will 'give it our all' in Champions League

Claudio Ranieri was pleased with his side's performance in the club's first win of the season over Swansea City.

Leicester City striker Jamie Vardy is confident ahead of the English champions' first Champions League campaign, saying: "We know we can hurt teams."

The Premier League winners face Porto, Bruges and FC Copenhagen in the competition, and Vardy said the Foxes would "give it our all."

The England international striker scored his first goal of the season as the champions secured their first win, 2-1 at home to Swansea.

And looking ahead to the European challenge, Vardy told reporters: "We'll take on...

 By Mark Rodden

Champions League revamp a 'scandal' for Ligue 1 clubs - union chief

The ESPN FC crew discuss the new changes made to the UEFA Champions League format that will go into effect in 2018.

French clubs are unhappy with changes to the Champions League format that will favour higher-ranked leagues, according to the head of a union representing Ligue 1 teams.

UEFA announced last week that the top four leagues would each be guaranteed four places starting from the 2018-19 season.

Ligue 1 is currently ranked joint-fifth best league in UEFA's country coefficient table and Bernard Caiazzo, president of the Premiere Ligue union, has voiced his displeasure that major clubs from La Liga,...