On the 10pm BBC national news last night their Sports Editor Dan Roan' s first question to the new PL Chief Exec was how he was going to stop Manchester City's unfair financial domination ruining the League.
The video clip has now had this question edited out and the interview has been re-ordered, re-titled and tucked away in a corner of their website https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/49269545
Its new headline is about tackling racism - Banned Roan's racist attack on City's owners seems to have gone unnoticed. Hopefully not by City's lawyers.
The associated Q & A hasn't disappeared yet though
"Is Manchester City's financial clout making the league predictable? Manchester City have won back-to-back Premier League titles and became the first English side to win the domestic treble last season
"I'm not concerned. First of all we should celebrate just how brilliant City are and we should celebrate how Pep Guardiola has transformed the squad," says Masters.
"Secondly, I think the Premier League is unpredictable. If they perform well it won't be any surprise if they win the league but they are going to face competition in my view.
"It was a two-horse race last year but you don't know whether someone is going to emerge from the pack.
"It's only three years ago we were celebrating Leicester's unbelievable win in the Premier League. So things can change very quickly."
The facts: We do not have any record transfer fees in the top 20, we do not have the highest wage bill in the PL, we have not spent as much in the last few as the other top teams." The real financially dominant team now and for the last 20 years - our next door neighbour - just broke the record transfee fee this week for the third time. United now have the most expensive squad in premier league history.
I'm hoping that an honest journalist out there will take this story up and nail Roan's repeated lies about us together with the BBC blatant bias chasing rag/scouse mass clicks.