Mixed Results for UEFA Debutants in Matchweek One

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This week sees the three UEFA club competitions – the UEFA Champions League, the UEFA Europa League, and the UEFA Europa Conference League – play out their first group stage matches. For the 2021 season, four nations made their debuts in the UEFA club competition proper, with Moldova’s Sheriff Tiraspol appearing in the Champions League group stages, while Alashkert, Flora Tallinn, and Lincoln Red Imps represent Armenia, Estonia, and Gibraltar respectively in the Conference League group stages. The four teams had mixed results in their UEFA bows, with Sheriff stunning Ukraine’s Shakhtar Donetsk…

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