RIGA - While football at the national level in Estonia may be reaching new highs, domestic football in the wider Baltic region looks headed for new lows. For the past three seasons, autumn has signaled in a new season of the Triobet Baltic League, a Baltic-wide football competition encompassing the top clubs from all three Baltic States. With no Baltic clubs playing in the UEFA Champion’s League and few rarely qualifying to play in the second tier UEFA Europa League, the Baltic League – which was launched in 2007 – offered clubs in the region a rare opportunity ...
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