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Heineken Launches UEFA Champions League 2016/2017, Unveils New TVC With Mourinho

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Heineken, the world most famous and travelled beer, launched the new season of the Champions League with a ‘kick-off’ event at the Landmark Event Centre in Oniru, Victoria Island, Lagos.

Football fans were hosted to a lifetime experience of fun and football as hundreds of football lovers gathered to take part in the official launch of the Champions League and also witness the unveiling of Heineken’s TV Commercial featuring Manchester United coach, Jose Mourinho.

September 26th, 2016
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