I plan on updating this topic throughout the season. I'll start with changes in country coefficients because no clubs have earned many coefficient points yet. At the bottom, Andorra is now last. Neither them nor San Marino has any points from 2012-2013 yet, but Andorra had 0.500 drop out from 2007-2008 and San Marino had only 0.250 drop out. Azerbaijan, Malta, Northern Ireland, Luxembourg, and Faroe Islands are five countries that have already guaranteed that there five season sum ending in 2012-20113 will be higher than their five season sum ending 2011-2012. The news is worse for Armenia, because over 60 percent of their points for the five seasons ending 2011-2012 was from 2007-2008 which dropped out. Seven clubs have been eliminated, three from the Champions League and four from the Europa League. 33 clubs will be eliminated from the Europa League tomorrow. At the top, England leads this season with 2.285, while Spain and Germany have 1.714. This is because England has four clubs starting in the Champions league Group Stage while Spain and Germany have three each and one in Qualifying Round 4 for non-Champions. Spain leads the five season now because England had more points drop out from 2007-2008. By the end of Qualifying Round 2 leg 1 of both competitions next week, every country except the top six will have had at least one club start competing.