Translation:The best players are always the winners of the competition.
'The best players are always the competition winners'
should be accepted
I think your sentence will not be the competition winners' since it is not the best player......ouch...that sentence is really begging to be edited.
I don't know the best place to put this but some of the words in Duo's new presentation are off the bottom of the screen and difficult to see or read.
Does anyone here compete in anything? There definitely are best players but alas, they don't always win the competition. The phrase in questions sports hyperbole (always, never, etc ) which are faulty in arguments like we see here. The UEFA is a series of two game matches leading to a single match at a neutral site. If you like basketball, the NBA Finals make a statement by have the champions crowned only after a best of seven series which comes after several preliminary rounds of the same length. More arguments are possible disputing the accuracy of the statement but it is well written, albeit inaccurate.