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SA Online Poll Results: January, 1996 (Pick the European Champions)
February 1st, 1996 12AM
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The following are the results of the Soccer America Online Poll in which 522 soccer fans made their predictions of the teams to win the three European Cup competitions:

Champions League

Ajax 335 votes, Juventus 102, Real Madrid 43, Borussia Dortmund 16, Nantes 9, Panathinaikos 6, Spartak Moscow 6, Legia Warsaw 5.

Cup Winners' Cup

Parma 266 votes, Paris SG 111, Borussia Moenchengladbach 35, Feyenoord 32, Dynamo Moscow 29, Deportivo Coruna 27, Real Zaragoza 13, Rapid Vienna 7.

UEFA Cup

AC Milan 306 votes, Bayern Munich 97, Barcelona 47, Nottingham Forest 25, PSV Eindhoven 21, Roma 11, Bordeaux 3, Slavia Prague 2.



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