Premier League chiefs will discuss creating a U-turn above the pay-per-view queue after the “catastrophic” viewing figures.
Fans from fans to watch extra games with the organizers of the massive boycott event while using cash to make money for the charity. Sky and BT Sport have faced huge public support after claiming 14.95.
This has caused intense embarrassment for Premier League clubs and the broadcasters are fogging because they are finally portrayed as their bad boys because they feel they are not guilty and not responsible for the pricing.
Mirror Sport Burnley’s clash with West Brom over tea last Monday was the worst to date and has been described as “exceptionally low”.
This has created an embarrassing situation and created question marks over the whole idea.
Premier League shareholders will meet on Tuesday when the 20 clubs discuss the issue and discuss whether to change it, scrap it or potentially reduce prices.
Some statistics were well understood which makes it commercially effective
But the clubs are also disappointed because the earnings have made little difference between them and the fans saw it as an additional service to watch the games they would not be able to see otherwise.
Newcastle’s clash with Manchester United’s draw was thought to have a very good effect on other games, as well as Arsenal’s game against Leicester on Sunday night due to the spectators watching the parish.
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Arsenal fans have also raised more than 34 34,000 after fans asked them not to buy their home game with Leicester, and the boycott has been embarrassing for broadcasters.
There is frustration in Sky and BT Sport because in the end fans will have to pay them more, although this money is assumed to go to clubs where these broadcasters are not making any profit but only covering their expenses.
BT Sport publicly insisted on pricing the Premier League and Love chief executive Richard Masters claimed that the broadcasters had to set the price from a legal point of view.
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However, both Sky and BT Sport reported the parameters of what clubs wanted to create from per-view games, they both had to budget their overhead, and they both did. Agreed at 14.95.
The matter will be discussed on Tuesday but there is a feeling that it has become so toxic that they need to be looked at again and Premier League chiefs will point out that it is always being done on an experimental basis until the end of October.
A television source said clubs could choose one more round of non-per-view games and then review it again after the international break.
However it has now become a source of great embarrassment although some more popular games suggest that it was better for the club and the Premier League.
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