Burnley’s fury at Amazon as they contact the tech big to complain about accusations towards new house owners ALK Capital in pre-match broadcast of their West Ham defeat
- Burnley have contacted Amazon to complain about their pre-match protection
- They expressed displeasure at thinly veiled accusations levelled at new house owners
- Amazon group raised questions on actions since securing a £170m takeover
Burnley have contacted Amazon to complain concerning the broadcaster’s pre-match protection of Saturday’s 1-Zero defeat at West Ham.
The Premier League membership wrote to producers Sundown+Vine to doc displeasure at thinly veiled accusations levelled at new house owners, ALK Capital.
The Amazon group on the London Stadium — comprising of presenter Gabby Logan and pundits Clinton Morrison and Matthew Upson — raised questions concerning the board’s actions since securing a leveraged £170million takeover final month.
Burnley have contacted Amazon to complain concerning the broadcaster’s pre-match protection
The Amazon group, pundits Clinton Morrison and Matthew Upson (pictured), raised questions on board’s actions since securing £170million takeover
One line, that the American board had been ‘holed up someplace within the Ribble Valley’ having not communicated with supporters by way of the media since transferring in, provoked consternation at Turf Moor.
Chairman Alan Tempo, who held a 90-minute press convention throughout his first week in cost after prolonged interviews on the membership’s web site, entered self-isolation simply previous to ALK’s first match on the helm, the FA Cup win over MK Dons, after a Covid outbreak throughout the administration aspect of the membership.
Amazon are believed to have been knowledgeable of that when requesting an interview with Tempo at West Ham. Jon Champion later stated on commentary that Tempo was isolating.
There was additionally ire at claims that supervisor Sean Dyche does not have cash to spend
However, Burnley sources maintained they had been subsequently pressured into publicly saying that the 53-year-old had contracted Covid following pre-match feedback made on the streaming service.
There was additionally ire at Amazon‘s claims that ‘there’s now discuss’ that Sean Dyche would ‘not even have that a lot cash to spend on this switch window or any window’. Burnley refute these assertions and say they’re urgent forward with plans to assist the supervisor.