Prem clubs split on break in foreign TV revenue sharing



Premier League clubs failed yesterday to agree on a plan to change the way they share income from the league’s overseas broadcasting deals.
With a two-thirds majority needed to change the current set-up, Premier League executive chairman Richard Scudamore had hoped to persuade at least 14 of the 20 clubs to back the proposal.
But with the clubs firmly split into two camps, a vote was pointless and more discussions will take place in November.
Under the current rules, the league’s growing overseas broadcast revenues are shared evenly but the so-called “big six” — Manchester United,... read more

 
5 October 2017 in Editorial, Views: 64
Source: Morning Star
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