SAFC executive director Charlie Methven slams ‘parasites’ who are not doing their ‘civic duty’ to help club
Sunderland AFC executive director Charlie Methven has blasted “parasites” who are hampering efforts to improve the Black Cats’ financial situation.
Mr Methven said earlier this week that the club would be looking to target pubs and bars on Wearside who are showing live matches, accusing bosses of “trying to get a free ride” out of the club.
Under English Football League (EFL) broadcast rules, games being streamed on club websites cannot be shown on screens in pubs, clubs and other venues.
Live Sky games can be shown by venues if they have the relevant licenses in place.
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