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23rd May 2022

Jamie Carragher and Liam Gallagher embroiled in Twitter spat after Man City title win

Daniel Brown

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Even Gary Neville was mentioned in the argument

Former Oasis star Liam Gallagher and Liverpool legend Jamie Carragher were involved in a Twitter spat after Manchester City clinched the Premier League title.

Pep Guardiola’s men secured their sixth Premier League title – and fourth in five years – following a stunning comeback against Aston Villa on the final day of the season to finish just one point ahead of rivals Liverpool.

Villa took the lead through Matty Cash, before ex-Liverpool man Philippe Coutinho doubled the away side’s advantage. However, a brace from substitute Ilkay Gundogan and a smart finish from Rodri completed a remarkable turnaround at the Etihad Stadium.

Liverpool did all they could at Anfield as they claimed three points after coming from behind to beat Wolves 3-1, but it wasn’t enough to bring the title back to Merseyside.

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Gallagher and Carragher trade blows on Twitter

After the match, Gallagher took aim at Sky Sports pundit Carragher, tweeting: “What you saying carra you (bell emoji) end.”

However, Carragher hit back at Gallagher, responding by claiming that City will never win the Champions League and the Beatles are better than Oasis.

He replied: “I’m saying you’ll never win the Champions league & Oasis are s***e compared to the Beatles. That work??”

The 49-year-old singer continued ranting as he brought Gary Neville into the argument, saying: “Eh carra you got s*** banter for a scouser f***ing hell la you been hanging out with Neville too long oasis p*** all over the Beatles how many times did they do knebworth.”


Gallagher also tweeted at Aston Villa manager and former Liverpool player Steven Gerrard, writing: “Gerrard can kiss my a*** as well as the bumbaclart his old clubs smash our bus up. MCFC Champions.”

He soon followed that by tweeting “f*** off slippy Gerrard.”

City’s title triumph makes them the second most successful team in Premier League history with six trophies – moving them above Chelsea, who have won five titles. Guardiola’s side sit behind city rivals Manchester United, who have won 13 Premier League titles.

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