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Manchester City tell own fans to subscribe to MUTV to watch the derby with United.

Manchester City fans have been left angered after effectively being told by the club to subscribe to Manchester United’s in-house channel MUTV if they want to watch the derby in the United States.

Jose Mourinho and Pep Guardiola lock horns in the early hours of Friday morning in Houston as City play the first game of their US tour while United look to make it three wins from three Stateside.

It will be the first opportunity City fans will get to see new signings Bernardo Silva, Kyle Walker and Ederson as Guardiola looks to mould his squad ahead of the new season.

But to watch these City new boys, fans will have to sit through so very United-heavy coverage with the presenters likely to be fawning over the likes of Romelu Lukaku, Paul Pogba and Victor Lindelof.

City posted a tweet on Wednesday providing options of where fans can watch the game based on which county they are watching from, but omitted to say where British fans could view the game.

They did, however, tell fans based in Ireland that MUTV would be their only option if they wanted to support their team live.

Therefore, fans will either have to pay the additional £7-a-month to watch the game, or be forced to follow along on a live blog. Either way, City fans are not happy
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