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  1. As promised, I have come up with something for a potential future CONCACAF Champions League and CONCACAF League format. I think this is something that would work well CONCACAF Champions League: I'm thinking that a return to group stage football would actually work. I would split qualifying into each subconfederations' region. I will start off, however, by pointing out the access list. Mexico: 6 spots (4 in the GS, 2 in qualifying) United States: 5 spots (4 in GS, 1 in qualifying) Canada: 2 spots (1 in GS, 1 in qualifying) Costa Rica, Honduras
  2. Sometime this week I will come up with a suggestion to how the format should go. What I will say based off of the comments is this: everyone needs deserves a chance. So, as I am reading a lot of here for example, the Belizean champion shouldn't get a spot in the competition is nonsensical. If that's the attitude that is taken, let me ask you this: should teams like Canada not get a shot at qualifying for the next World Cup as we don't have a real shot at winning it? At bare minimum all NAs' champions should get a spot in qualifying for this competition. CONCACAF might run into the same problem
  3. To all of those saying that it'll be six easy matches for Canada (or anyone else for that matter) to get to the Octagonal, let's hold our horses. We don't even know who will even be in our group yet. We don't know who will top Group E either. Nothing is a given, so let's take it with a grain of salt. Yes, Canada should win their group and qualify for the second round. Yes they should qualify for the Octagonal. However, nothing is for certain yet
  4. I will ask them what you believe the format should have been
  5. Returning to the topic at hand, Taylor Twellman posted this a couple of hours ago. Not much more than what we already know, but it's something. The only thing left to know now is what the preliminary rounds will look like
  6. That, and the fact that the top 5 teams will get byes to the Octagonal, with the other 30 teams competing for the last three spots
  7. Yeah, that's what I meant. Eleven Sports has the rights, but Mediapro made the agreement. What is also true is that Mediapro are aiming to provide coverage to Belgian football in other markets. That's why I mentioned OneSoccer
  8. It's very complicated. Let's just say they still have a reasonable shot at promotion. Regardless, I read that Mediapro has rights to both the Pro League and Proximus League, so we might be able to watch Tristan Borges regardless. I just want to watch Belgian football in Canada period ๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜
  9. Mediapro has picked up the rights to the Jupiler Pro League and Proximus League in Belgium. Maybe that could be added to OneSoccer?๐Ÿคž๐Ÿพ๐Ÿคž๐Ÿพ๐Ÿคž๐Ÿพ
  10. Thinking about how this would go based on the article. Here's an idea; Teams 6-35 are put into ten groups of 3. Meet each other once. Group winners and two best runner ups go to the next round. From there, two single legged knockout ties to dwindle it down from a dozen to three. That's four games, 5 international windows
  11. Agree here, but I'm going to specify a bit more. I hope that OneSoccer goes for more sub-topper leagues, in other words, leagues just behind the big 5. You mentioned LigaNos already, but adding leagues like the Eredivisie, Jupiler Pro League, Russian Premier League, Ukranian Premier League, Sรผper Lรฏg, Czech Superliga, Austrian Bundesliga, and Danish Superliga would be wonderful choices as well. Some cup action can do them well as well
  12. Yeah, I feel you. I'm trying to avoid odd number of group matches (as some teams would get an extra home game), and odd number groups in general. Here's another idea that could work: Round 1: The teams ranked 14-35 (22 teams) are paired with the winners moving on to the second round. Top 13 get a bye Round 2: The 24 teams are grouped into four, with the top team in each group making the Hex Round 3: Your typical Hex I know, not perfect, as you would still have 11 teams that would only play 2 games, but it's still better than the idea CONCACAF came up with. Fol
  13. Well Oceania have a respectable qualifying route in general. None of the other regions have qualifying paths as mindless and stupid as CONCACAF. Not even close. I like the AFC path, outside of the 5 team groups (I don't like odd number groups). CONCACAF are trying to follow UEFA from their club competitions, and they look stupid for doing so. Keep the Hex, but everyone has to qualify for it. Someone had made a post recently (I don't remember who), with a sensible path to the Hex for all teams, with no one getting an automatic bye. A quite ideal format. Just off the top of my head, I could thin
  14. Let's see, defending CPL champions. Need I say more?
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