Liam To Give His Side Of Oasis Break-Up (But Not Yet And Certainly Not To Us)

Funny story written by Skoob1999

Thursday, 8 October 2009

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Some Building Near Deansgate Station, Yesterday.

Skoob news has learned that Liam Gallagher has decided to reveal his side of the story of events, when the band split on August 28th in Paris, as they were due to start a gig.

But he says he won't divulge this information just yet, and that he certainly won't be revealing it to Skoob news.

"I definitely maybe won't be talking to Skoob news" Liam told somebody else. "They're a right shower of ****s and their so called 'expert' on Manchester dynamics is a ****ing Rag! For ****'s sake! Why would I want to talk to that ****? Let me tell you somethin' here man, proper Mancs are all City fans, not ****ing Rags. The only Rag trade I wanna get involved in is the fashion business. Because I like a nice bit of ****ing clobber. You won't catch me at any fashion shows either because they're a right bunch of ****s too, and they talk abosolute ****ocks!"

This writer, who may or may not have been the subject of Liam's comments, hinted that he'd respond with his thoughts on Liam, Noel, Oasis and Manchester City FC in due course, but not yet. He told me:

"Liam is obviously a man with issues. He shouldn't act like a rock 'n' roll star looking back in anger, lost in a fugue of cigarettes and alcohol. Liam can wait. He knows it's too late as we're walking on by, to our very own champagne super-nova. Slowly. Down the hall. Faster than a canonball. He can go **** himself for all I care. Just another bitter bluenose."

More Mancunian mayhem as we get it.

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