Manchester United supporters are enraged about Derby streaming issues, according to a statement provided by the club.
Manchester United supporters were unable to view their pre-season encounter against Derby County due to technical difficulties.
Furious Manchester United supporters have retaliated against MUTV, whose live stream was disrupted during the Red Devils’ pre-season encounter against Derby County.
Many paying subscribers and one-time buys were among those who had technical difficulties when attempting to broadcast the match.
“We are aware that certain supporters may be having difficulty with the stream of today’s game,” Derby County said in a statement.
“Our streaming partners are aware of the problem and are trying to remedy it across their platforms. You don’t need to do anything if your stream is working normally.”
“We understand this issue has now been fixed by our streaming partner,” a second statement stated after halftime. We appreciate your patience.”
Eduardo Camavinga prefers Manchester United and Real Madrid, repeating an Ed Woodward tactic.
The Red Devils’ first pre-season match came against ex-United legend Wayne Rooney in the Derby dugout.
For the first time since the COVID-19 outbreak began, fans were permitted back into Pride Park.
In the first half, Tahith Chong scored for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s team, despite the fact that many viewers were unable to see it.
“You bunch at #MUTV need to get a grip,” one disgruntled Reds supporter said on Twitter. What good is it to pay to watch a game when you can’t view it?”
Derby supporters had to pay £10 to see the game on Rams TV.
Meanwhile, a MUTV yearly pass costs £29.99, leaving many fans disappointed that they were unable to see their team in action during pre-season.
With high-profile acquisitions like Jadon Sancho and Raphael Varane on the horizon, there is plenty of excitement surrounding Solskjaer’s side this season.
However, because neither trade was completed in time, United has given a lot of young players the opportunity to shine in the July sunshine.
Despite the fact that there isn’t much at stake in terms of competition, Rooney will lead his Rams side against the club where he spent so many years.
The 35-year-old played for United for 13 years and scored 253 goals, making him the club’s all-time greatest scorer.
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