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MAKING A LIST: UEFA Champions League Draw
August 29th, 2008 7AM

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Twelve former European champions are entered in the group phase of the 2008-09 UEFA Champions League, which begins Sept. 16-17.

Group A:
Chelsea-England (runner-up 1)
Roma-Italy (runner-up 1)
Bordeaux-France
CFR Cluj-Romania

Group B:
Inter Milan-Italy (champions 2)
Werder Bremen-Germany
Panathinaikos-Greece (runner-up 1)
Anorthosis Famagusta

Group C:
Barcelona-Spain (champions 2, runners-up 3)
Sporting Lisbon-Portugal
Basle-Switzerland
Shakhtar Donetsk-Ukraine

Group D:
Liverpool-England (champions 5, runners-up 2)
PSV-Netherlands (champion 1)
Marseille-France (champion 1, runner-up 1)
Atletico Madrid-Spain (runner-up 1)

Group E:
Man. United-England (champions 3)
Villarreal-Spain
Celtic-Scotland (champion 1, runner-up 1)
AaB Aalborg-Denmark

Group F:
Lyon-France
Bayern Munich-Germany (champions 4, runners-up 3)
Fiorentina-Italy
Steaua Bucharest-Romania (champion 1, runner-up 1)

Group G:
Arsenal-England (runner-up 1)
Porto-Portugal (champions 2)
Fenerbahce-Turkey
Dynamo Kiev-Ukraine

Group H:
Real Madrid-Spain (champions 9, runners-up 3)
Juventus-Italy (champions 2, runners-up 5)
Zenit St. Petersburg-Russia
BATE Borisov-Belarus

 

 



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