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REVEALED: introduce separate entrances to each dressing room as rivals City return for first time since 2017 tunnel bust-up Man United have made changes in move which should ease post-match tensions  Manchester derby in 2017 was marred by heated bust-up outside dressing rooms Around 20 players and staff were involved in a fracas following Man City's win 

By Mike Keegan For Mailonline

Published: 11:00 BST, 24 April 2019 | Updated: 11:03 BST, 24 April 2019

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have made changes to the set-up of the tunnel at Old Trafford – in a move which should ease post-match tensions. 

The last Manchester derby at United's home was marred by a heated bust-up outside the dressing rooms following City's 2-1 victory in December 2017.

Around 20 players and staff were involved in a fracas, sparked when then United manager Jose Mourinho went to complain about the visitors' noisy celebrations.

The tunnel at Old Trafford, where the huge brawl between the United and City players broke out on Sunday afternoon

 Man United have made changes to the set-up of the tunnel at Old Trafford as rivals City return

The last Manchester derby at

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