Papers pan Southampton Football Club after matchday photos row.
The League One club announced on Thursday that it would not admit photographers from local or national newspapers or agencies this season.
Instead it told papers they would have to negotiate for pictures from home games with agency The Digital South, the only accredited picture outlet.
But the plan looks to have come unstuck after the Digital South pulled out of the deal and newspapers criticised the ban.
Telegraph Media Group said it would boycott the syndicated photographs and the Sports Journalists' Association has called for a media blackout of all pictures provided by Southampton FC.
Today The Sun published a scathing match report of Southampton's first home match of the season against Plymouth.
Headlined "Opposition 0 Plymouth 1", the paper said: "Today we are printing the most one-sided match report in the history of The Sun....
"All this is down to Southampton's draconian executive chairman Nicola Cortese. His totally crazy decision to ban national and local newspaper photographers from the game will hurt his club more than he thinks.
"This senseless move will not make him extra money but it will turn the fans and, more importantly, sponsors away from the club."