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FA infuriate non-League and EFL clubs by refusing to chip in just £5,000 to help stream first-round cup ties despite repeated pleas The FA have refused to contribute to the production costs of streaming cup ties Some 21 clubs whose games have not been picked for broadcast will stream  Despite repeated pleas the FA appear unwilling to contribute to the £5,000 cost 

By Matt Hughes For The Daily Mail

Published: 22:30 GMT, 4 November 2020 | Updated: 23:22 GMT, 4 November 2020

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The FA have angered non-League and lower-division clubs by refusing to contribute to the production costs of streaming this weekend’s FA Cup first-round ties.

Sportsmail has learned that 21 clubs whose games have not been selected for live broadcast are planning to provide a live streaming service for fans banned from attending matches in person, but despite repeated pleas, the FA appear unwilling to contribute to the £5,000 cost.

The clubs in question are planning to charge supporters up to £9.95 to watch the live stream so could potentially make a profit, but only if they attract more than 500 paying customers.

Despite repeated pleas the FA appear unwilling to contribute to the £5,000 cost of streams

Despite repeated pleas the FA appear

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