People quite rightly have their own opinions on this one and that is right and proper.
I see this (and other decisions taken by the club in respect of the media), as a combination of being selective in who we choose to deal with, protecting existing contractual agreements and on occasion simply flexing their muscles, from a position of relative strength. The latter is something that has only been in place for a short time.
Yes, some people are upset, but there was a huge imbalance in how we were portrayed (attacked on occasions) by others, and what we are seeing is the club dealing with it in the way they see fit.
I support them 100%, and the feelings of the printed press, TV companies, football authorities are absolutely the least of my concerns as long as the club make those changes within the rules and comply with contractual agreements.
Being the nice guy and taking the easy option to avoid some mud being thrown in our direction does not work. That has been plain to see for many years.