Champions League Returns | The Nutmeg
By Guardian Exclusive
19 September 2023 | 4:49 pm
The UEFA Champions League returns tonight after Manchester City won the title for the first time last year. All roads lead to Wembley this time and we'll preview the group and the biggest games of the first round. My name is Ayomide Sotubo and this is the Nutmeg on Guardian TV.
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