Liam Gallagher promises Oasis reunion if Manchester City wins Champions League
Oasis fans rejoice – the most unlikely of reunions tours could be on the cards.
All that has to happen is for Manchester City to become only the second Premier League team in history to complete the historic treble.
Manchester City stands just three games away from a historic achievement after an impressive 4-0 victory over Real Madrid in the Champions League semi-finals at Etihad Stadium on Wednesday night.
Pep Guardiola’s team now appears near unstoppable in their pursuit of a treble: Premier League, Champions League, and FA Cup titles.
A victory against Chelsea on Sunday would clinch their third consecutive league title, with Manchester United awaiting them in the FA Cup final.
United remains the only English team to have won all three major trophies in a single season, achieving this feat in 1999.
Manchester City is on the cusp of an historic treble that could result in Oasis re-forming because both the Gallagher brothers are fans
The Gallagher brothers perform with Oasis at the peak of their powers at the Tennants Festival in Glasgow, Scotland in 1994
Oasis play Wembley Arena in 2008, just one year before their famous and very public bust up that has seen the brothers feuding ever since
While City fans are daring to dream, one of their biggest supporters has thrown a major incentive on the line.
Liam Gallagher is a proud Manchester City fan and is known for his hatred of two things; Manchester United and his brother Noel.
However the co-founder of seminal British pop-rock group Oasis has declared all will be forgiven if his beloved City can complete the treble.
‘If Man City wins the Champions League I call my brother and I bring back the f***in ban together LG x,’ he posted on social media.
Oasis gained immense popularity in the mid-1990s with their debut album, ‘Definitely Maybe,’ which was followed by their iconic sophomore release, ‘(What’s the Story) Morning Glory?’.
This tension eventually came to a head in August 2009, during the band’s tour. A backstage altercation at the Rock en Seine festival in Paris resulted in Noel announcing his departure from the band, citing irreconcilable differences with his brother Liam.
The animosity between Liam and Noel Gallagher has persisted long after the breakup of Oasis.
Liam Gallagher has posted on social media that he will call his brother Noel and put the band back together if Manchester City wins the Champions League trophy
Will Noel Gallagher pick up the phone? Maybe, given he is a massive Manchester City fan as well
Liam Gallagher’s promise on social media as shared by Australian comedian Jim Jefferies who is excited at the prospect of an Oasis reunion
Both brothers have pursued solo careers and continue to make headlines for their ongoing feuds and controversial remarks about each other.
It means there will be one heck of a party for the Citizens if City can get the job done.
And Aussie comedian Jim Jefferies is loving it.
‘I’ve never support [sic] Man City till now,’ he posted with a screenshot of Liam Gallagher’s promise.
Other football fans were quick to follow Jefferies in becoming temporary Man City fans to get an Oasis reunion.
‘I love Liverpool, but for an Oasis reunion I believe I’m a Manchester City fan for the remainder of this table,’ one fan posted.
Others were not as excited about the potential reunion.
‘If Man City have any integrity they will concede now just so there’s no chance Oasis will get back together,’ posted another fan.
Aussie comedian Jim Jefferies is a big fan of Oasis and has now jumped on the Manchester City bandwagon
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Noel Gallagher is also a Manchester City fan and earlier this year that he hoped they would meet Inter in the final because he said they ‘aren’t very good’.
‘Inter, because they’re the weakest.’ he replied when asked who he would rather face.
‘Also, Lukaku isn’t playing well at all,’ he added.
‘In my opinion, Napoli are stronger than Milan, but all the the Italian teams have fantastic fans who create an incredible atmosphere.
‘But if I really have to choose, I’ll say Inter, they’re not very good.’
Inter secured their place in the final by defeating AC Milan with a 3-0 aggregate score in the semi-final match that concluded on Tuesday.
This year’s Champions League final is set to take place at the Ataturk Olympic Stadium in Istanbul, Turkey, on Saturday, June 10.
This will be Manchester City’s second appearance in the final, following their first-ever participation in 2021 when they narrowly lost 1-0 to Chelsea.