Celebrity Manchester City fan, Liam Gallagher from Oasis, has given an interview with Copa90 where he gives an insight to the workings of the blue mind.
Despite winning consecutive league titles, Gallagher admits that he’s bitter and far more concerned about how United are getting on than the team he supports. He also claims that all the success that United enjoyed in the 1990s forced him to leave Manchester for London.
For me, I look at United scores before City’s. If they get beat, I’m not f**king arsed. Tell me later what the City score is, how many goals City won, you know what I mean? As long as United are f**ked man, I’m happy. And I know it’s wrong, and it’s bitter, and all that, and it’s stupid, and I must grow up and all that, but they moved me, they made me a Londoner, you know what I mean? Through gritted teeth, they ruined my f**king life in the 90s, you know what I mean?
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