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Premier League PPV: Mike Ashley calls for review of current system

BBC News Monday, 26 October 2020
Mike Ashley says the "Premier League must now act" to change the current pay-per-view charges of £14.95 per match.
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Newcastle owner Mike Ashley will want 'full support' from fellow Premier League clubs over his request for current pay-per-view arrangements to be reviewed, says his spokesperson Keith Bishop.

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