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‘Luckypool’ – Liam Gallagher goes on X-rated Twitter rant after Manchester City draw 2-2 with Liverpool

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MANCHESTER CITY and Liverpool played out a pulsating 2-2 draw at the Etihad Stadium on Sunday afternoon.

But there was only one winner in the eyes of the often outspoken, and notorious City fan Liam Gallagher.

Liam Gallagher is a well-known Manchester City fan
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Gallagher fumed after Liverpool took a point off Man City at the Etihad[/caption]

The Oasis star took to Twitter during, and after Pep Guardiola and Jurgen Klopp’s teams played out a Premier League classic.

And in typical Gallagher style, he didn’t hold back.

The 49-year-old started off his X-rated tirade by blasting: “That refs a massive c**t.”

That was in reference to match referee Anthony Taylor, with some Manchester City fans feeling Liverpool midfielder Thiago should have been shown a second card for a lunge on Kevin de Bruyne.

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No second card came though, much to the annoyance of Gallagher.

The rock and roll star then aimed another tweet at title rivals Liverpool, labelling them: “Lucky pool.”

Raheem Sterling had a goal disallowed for City that would have made the game 3-2, although Gallagher thought it should have been more.

He stated: “Should have been 10-2 to city lucky pool FC,” before adding: “Played them of the park dirty c***s.”


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And if that wasn’t enough, he reminded Reds fans who the current title holders were by saying: “MCFC CHAMPIONS LG x.”

He then finished off his long rant by saying: “TOTL MCFC LG x,” referring to City maintaining their spot at the top of the table following the result.

Guardiola and Co have a one point cushion over Liverpool at the summit of the Prem with seven games left to play.

Gallagher though might find himself logging back into Twitter next weekend, with the sides set to do battle once more in the semi-finals of the FA Cup.



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