Tiger Fighting, October 13 According to the "Daily Mail" report, the Premier League is trying to prevent the league coach from talking about the pay-per-game PPV for the game that started this weekend.
Leicester City was the only club that voted against pay-per-view five games a week last Friday, but each coach has his own opinion and it is unlikely that they will all be willing to comply with this new rule.
This unexpected move angered the fan groups, especially since the price of £14.95 was considered too high, and many coaches worried that they would alienate their fans.
After the broadcaster’s additional costs are met, the club will receive the majority of £14.95, although they have not yet decided how to distribute the income. There may be heated discussions on this topic.
According to the terms of the iFollow paid streaming service operated by EFL, its three-tier leagues each adopt a different revenue sharing model. The home team of the Championship will charge all the games sold by itself, and the home team of the League B will charge the first 500 times of the away team. In terms of streaming media revenue, League One has a more complex division based on attendance.
BIG6 is seeking to get a larger share of the additional revenue on the grounds that they will attract more spectators, but these teams have not yet made detailed recommendations.
Chelsea's home game against Southampton on Saturday will be the first paid game to be broadcast.