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Newcastle fans boycott pay-per-view and donate fees to local food bank

Initiative has raised £19,000 for West End food bank so farFans unhappy with fee of £14.95 per Premier League gameNewcastle United supporters have rai

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  • Initiative has raised £19,000 for West End food bank so far
  • Fans unhappy with fee of £14.95 per Premier League game

Newcastle United supporters have raised an estimated £19,000 by choosing to give to a local food bank charity rather than watching their team on pay-per-view at the weekend, a fans’ group has said.

Premier League matches in October which have not been earmarked for regular televised coverage can only be watched live via Sky Sports’ or BT Sport’s PPV “box office” services for a fee of £14.95 per game.

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