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What to Know About the Newly Promoted Sides in England, Spain, Italy and Germany

You already know all about the best sides in Europe's top leagues. But what about the new guys on the block? Today at Set Piece, we're looking at the promoted teams in England, Spain, Italy and Germany. In some cases, all three teams have been decided already. In others, we're still waiting for a few results. Read on for all the details of this year's group of promoted teams.
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