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Anglo-Italian League Cup (also known as the Anglo-Italian League
Cup Winners' Cup) was a short-lived football competition between
clubs in England and Italy. The Football League Cup was changed in
1967 so the winner would be awarded a place in the Inter-Cities
Fairs Cup. But when Queens Park Rangers won the that year's final
they were in the Third Division and, at that time, UEFA did not
allow third-tier teams to compete in the Inter-Cities Fairs Cup.
When Third Division's Swindon Town won the 1969 Football League
Cup, the Anglo-Italian League Cup was organised as a way of
compensating Swindon for the ruling that prevented them competing
in the Inter-Cities Fairs Cup. A two-legged match was organised
with that year's Coppa Italia champions A.S. Roma.
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