Man Utd icon Gary Neville tells Noel Gallagher ‘you can’t talk about Manchester’ in bizarre feud with Oasis star

GARY NEVILLE has slammed Oasis star Noel Gallagher for commenting on Manchester when he lives in London.

The guitarist is a lifelong Manchester City fan but moved to the capital in the 1990s.

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Gallagher, 56, has often been spotted at the Etihad to watch Pep Guardiola‘s side.

He was even caught on camera refusing to do the Poznan, which made him stick out of the crowd.

That has not stopped the Manchester United legend having a pop at the Rock ‘n’ Roll star.

Neville, 49, told the BBC: “He’s been a big part of Manchester’s history but he lives in London.

“Do you know what I mean, Noel? Don’t talk about Man… you live in London.

“You live in Knightsbridge, or wherever it is. Hampstead, wherever he lives, you know what I mean. You can’t start talking about Manchester.

“25 years he’s not been here.

“He comes once a year for that trophy parade! I saw him on Sunday, actually.”


Neville has not moved half the world away, having been born in Bury.

He has remained in Greater Manchester and moved to the city centre after a stint in Bolton with his wife, Emma, and daughters Molly and Sophie.

The pair’s teams will go ahead to head in the FA Cup final tomorrow at Wembley.

It could be a sad song for Man United should they lose the match with Erik ten Hag’s job potentially on the line.

Fans will tune in from all around the world for the second consecutive Manchester derby in the final.

Man City came out on top last year with a 2-1 scoreline thanks to a brace from Ilkay Gundogan.

United fans won’t look back in anger if the team is able to take revenge on their rivals this time.

Diogo Dalot has hailed the club’s supporters and admitted it has not been “deserved throughout this season.

Why Man Utd must win FA Cup

ERIK TEN HAG says Manchester United must pay back their world-class fans with an FA Cup triumph after their awful league season, writes Tom Barlcay.

United came eighth which was their lowest-ever finish despite winning 2-0 on the final day at Brighton.

They also came away from a miserable campaign with a negative goal difference – but still can win a trophy when they take on Manchester City in next week’s cup final.

The away fans roared themselves hoarse just as they have done all term despite the poor results.

Boss Ten Hag said: “We have the best fans in the world and I mean this. 

“I have never had this experience when you have a season like us, which is by far not good enough, that the supporters are with us. 

“They are with us in the bad season and in bad times they are there. I think also they know why the bad times are there. 

“But we have to pay them back and we have to do everything to give them a trophy next week but also for the future, we have to perform better.”

United won thanks to late goals from Diogo Dalot and Rasmus Hojlund.

But for the second game running, Hojlund began the match on the bench as United opted for a false nine – in a hint over how United will set up in the cup final.

That was how they played in March’s 3-1 defeat to City at the Etihad in the league, too.

Ten Hag added: “It’s a luxury problem. Both formations can be a success because we can set up like we did at the Etihad where we were a threat with movement in behind.

“But of course with Rasmus Hojlund in this form it’s absolutely a consideration and a thought that we have to consider. 

“You need not only 11 players in a tough final but a bench as well.”

Hojlund’s tally now stands at 16 goals in his maiden season after the 21-year-old arrived from Atalanta for £72million last summer.

Reflecting on the Dane’s campaign, Ten Hag observed: “It could always be better but don’t forget he had three injuries this season. 

“He came in with the injury, missed the start, then he got injured before winter and then he got injured after winter. So every time that broke his rhythm and if you then shoot 16 goals for the first season it’s OK. And it’s not over, we have to play the FA Cup final.”

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