Newcastle executive after transfer criticism: "People don’t understand how tv-money comes into football clubs”

11 April 2019

Lee Charnley managing director Newcastle
Photo: Getty Images Lee Charnley, managing director at Newcastle, sitting next to England manager Gareth Southgate at St. James Park. Charnley speaks out about how the club is handling broadcasting income in the light of transfer activity.
  • Managing director Lee Charnley exclusively reveals the complex nature of how clubs receive their funds from the hugely lucrative television deal.
  • Charnley also gives insight on how the clubs operates in terms of cashflows and transfer activity.
Martin Hardy hardy@offthepitch.com

Managing director at Newcastle, Lee Charnley, tells that tv-money doesn't comes into the club once a year but is spread over the course of 12 months.

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