The Lyon supremo´s election victory could lead to a huge swelling of G14 numbers as the Frenchman seeks to secure a stronger voice for his members. The organisation was launched with 14 clubs in 2000, took on four new members in 2002 and will now consider inviting a further 16 teams to join.
"We looked at the principle of expanding the G14 and I was only prepared to become the new president if everyone was in agreement," said Aulas, who takes over from former Arsenal vice-chairman David Dein, at a meeting in Glasgow.
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