Sky Sports activities journalist Keith Downie reported on Monday that the Newcastle squad had been unwilling to participate in a video shoot for TV firms on Monday.
The shoot had been set as much as collect ‘stroll up’ footage for use when displaying group lineups as a part of pre-match broadcasts.
Newcastle’s gamers, pictured in coaching final week, are refusing to cooperate with the media
Downie tweeted: ‘Newcastle United’s gamers have withdrawn cooperation with the media as a part of a dispute with the membership over bonuses for the upcoming season. The gamers refused to present their time for “stroll up” pictures for TV firms on the coaching floor at the moment.’
He added: ‘Price highlighting this can be a dispute between membership and gamers, nothing to do with Sky, BT or another media outlet.’
Sky Sports activities and BT Sport will as soon as once more share the rights to broadcast Premier League video games reside within the UK this season.
Newcastle’s first match — at residence to Tottenham on Saturday — has been scheduled to be proven reside on Sky Sports activities Premier League and Sky Sports activities Major Occasion.
Gamers are taking motion as a part of a dispute with the membership over bonuses for the brand new season