http://soccernet.espn.go.com/news/story?id=404765&cc=5739 Michel Platini celebrated being voted in as the new UEFA president and then announced he will push ahead with controversial changes to the Champions League. Platini, who won a tough contest against incumbent Lennart Johansson, will present proposals in April which from 2009-10 would limit the number of clubs in Europe's elite competition to three from any one country. The Football Association and Premier League are expected to go to work to try to persuade Platini to maintain the status quo which allows England, Spain and Italy to have four clubs qualify. Platini said: 'The new format of the Champions League is for 2009. 'I talked about finding a better equilibrium for the number of clubs and that's for 2009-10.