Sport news REVEALED: Premier League Box Office viewing figures have been 'disastrous' as chiefs prepare to discuss major U-turn on £14.95-per-match fees  Metinews.com

MetiNews.Com - Premier League fans have largely rejected the top-flight's £14.95 charge to watch matches, with viewing figures threatening to spark a major re-think.    

Sport news REVEALED: Premier League Box Office viewing figures have been 'disastrous' as chiefs prepare to discuss major U-turn on £14.95-per-match fees  Metinews.com

MetiNews.Com - Premier League fans have largely rejected the top-flight's £14.95 charge to watch matches, with viewing figures threatening to spark a major re-think.    

Sport news  REVEALED: Premier League Box Office viewing figures have been 'disastrous' as chiefs prepare to discuss major U-turn on £14.95-per-match fees  Metinews.com
27 October 2020 - 08:30

Breaking News ! Premier League fans have largely rejected the top-flight's £14.95 charge to watch matches, with viewing figures threatening to spark a major re-think.    The pay-per-view scheme was met with a huge backlash, with many supporters even willing to forgo their clubs' match and donate their money to charity.  Top-flight clubs are set to meet on Tuesday to discuss scrapping the fee or reducing the price, with both broadcasters and the Premier League embarrassed by the fury it has drawn.  Premier League Box Office games have reportedly drawn 'extremely low' viewing figures  The league and broadcasters have been embarrassed by the backlash to the £14.95 charge   Burnley's visit to the Hawthorns to face West Brom has been the lowest viewed match RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next 'It's not acceptable': Newcastle owner Mike Ashley SLAMS... Premier League chief Richard Masters plots to bypass the FA... Premier League could ABANDON pay-per-view matches, with... A Premier League nightmare, a rally crash into the sand... Share this article Share Burnley's 0-0 draw with West Brom last Monday was watched by an 'exceptionally low' number of viewers and has been the worst flop, according to the Mirror. However, the scheme has reportedly seen some successful figures, with Newcastle v Manchester United and Arsenal v Leicester pulling in a large audience. Fans' groups including the Football Supporters' Association have pleaded with the Premier League re-think the fee.  Manchester United's trip to Newcastle was still a success for the pay-per-view scheme BT Sports have laid the blame at the Premier League's door for the extortionate £14.

.'Newcastle owner Mike Ashley is another who has publicly blasted the scheme, calling the charge 'not acceptable' and suggesting it be reduced to £4.95.  Boycotts have been successful, with Liverpool fans donated enough rounds of £14.95 to raise £81,000 instead of watching the Reds' Sky Sports Box Office clash with Sheffield United. The next round of games scheduled for Box Office channels this weekend are Aston Villa vs Southampton and Tottenham vs Brighton on Sunday, while Fulham vs West Brom is a Monday evening kick-off.  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next 'It's not acceptable': Newcastle owner Mike Ashley SLAMS... Premier League chief Richard Masters plots to bypass the FA... Premier League could ABANDON pay-per-view matches, with... A Premier League nightmare, a rally crash into the sand... Share this article Share Read more: Premier League pay-per-view figures labelled "disastrous" as clubs prepare likely U-turn - Mirror Online DM.later('bundle', function(){ DM.has('external-source-links', 'externalLinkTracker'); });

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Sport news REVEALED: Premier League Box Office viewing figures have been 'disastrous' as chiefs prepare to discuss major U-turn on £14.95-per-match fees  Metinews.com


Sport news REVEALED: Premier League Box Office viewing figures have been 'disastrous' as chiefs prepare to discuss major U-turn on £14.95-per-match fees  Metinews.com


Sport news REVEALED: Premier League Box Office viewing figures have been 'disastrous' as chiefs prepare to discuss major U-turn on £14.95-per-match fees  Metinews.com


Sport news REVEALED: Premier League Box Office viewing figures have been 'disastrous' as chiefs prepare to discuss major U-turn on £14.95-per-match fees  Metinews.com

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