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NUJ calls on the Premier League to rethink plans to cut match coverage to two photographers

27 May 2020: The union has called for a meeting with Richard Masters, the Premier League's chief executive.

Journalists must stay vigilant in Manchester on Saturday

18 May 2018: The far-right Football Lads Alliance has announced a march in Manchester on Saturday.

As a local sports reporter, you can't take your eye off the ball

31 March 2017: Suzanne Geldard provides an insight to her work on the job covering local football as part of the union's local news matters week.

Union condemns Coventry Telegraph football ban

26 September 2016: The NUJ has condemned Coventry City Football Club banning two journalists from its press conference because of unfavourable coverage of the club owners.

Greg Dyke backs NUJ on football club censorship

5 August 2015: The chair of the FA backed calls by the union to stop clubs from banning reporters, as Rangers barred BBC and Times and Herald writer.

FA called to step in over clubs banning reporters

28 July 2015: Michelle Stanistreet, NUJ general secretary, has written to Greg Dyke, chair of the Football Association asking him to condemn the censoring of the press by certain football clubs.

Newcastle Utd's press policy result of poor performance on pitch

16 June 2015: NUJ response to Newcastle United's attempt to deny access to certain reporters and newspapers.

Give women a sporting chance

24 July 2014: MPs' report says sportswomen should not be trivialised by the media and women's sport should get a greater show

MPs condemn football clubs that ban the press

5 December 2013: Ask your MP to sign the early day motion calling for a code of conduct between football clubs and the press.

Spurs assures reporters from Newcastle will be welcomed

7 November 2013: Tottenham Hotspur says visiting reporters will be welcome at White Hart Lane, despite ban by Newcastle's owner.

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