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Sky Sports pundit Gary Neville joins furious fans in criticising Premier League plans

‘This is a really bad move by the Premier League!’ Even Sky Sports pundit Gary Neville is among the furious fans criticising £14.95 per game pay-per-view plans

  • Premier League has announced plans to screen games on pay-per-view basis
  • Saturday 3pm games in October will be shown live on Sky or BT Box Office
  • Each match will cost £14.95 to watch with fans still unable to attend matches
  • Sky pundit Gary Neville doesn’t agree with the Premier League’s decision
  • He joined hundreds of angry fans who face paying more to watch their team 

Sky Sports pundit Gary Neville has led criticism of the Premier League‘s decision to charge fans £14.95 per match to watch extra games.

As revealed by Sportsmail on Friday, a new service is being launched from next weekend that makes games not shown on the normal Sky Sports and BT Sport channels available on pay-per-view.

But fans have reacted furiously at the prospect of being made to pay even more money on top of existing subscriptions to watch their team in action.

Sky Sports pundit has joined angry fans in criticising the…