Liam Gallagher and Noel Gallagher will not be friends for a 'long, long time”

The two siblings haven’t spoke since they had a fight before a Paris concert in August 2009 which resulted in Noel quitting Oasis and the demise of the band.

And Liam – who has since formed a new group Beady Eye with the other members of Oasis, Gem Archer, Andy Bell and Chris Sharrock – doesn’t think their feud will end anytime soon.

He said: “What I’m saying is all from me. This is not a band feud. Everyone else gets on great with Noel. Me and him have got the arse with each other and will have for a long, long time.”

Although he is happy to admit they did have a fight – which saw Noel smashing one of his sibling’s guitars and Liam retaliating by attacking his brother with one of his own instruments - the 39-year-old songwriter is remaining tight-lipped about what sparked the incident, for now.

Referring to the bust-up, he explained to Q magazine: “It was about some geezer, but it wasn’t over one thing, it was over lots of things. “Listen, I’m gonna keep my cards to myself until someone else gets silly. I’ve been around people who’ve been acting like absolute t*ts, to my friends, to my wife’s friends, in front of my eyes.

So we’ll wait and see what card they play and then I’ve got no problem telling how it f***ing is. I’ve been around this absurd circus and I’ve just gone, ‘You’re a f***ing idiot what kind of behaviour’s this. Have you just come out of the sandpit?’ I admit I am an annoying **** sometimes on tour. But, believe you me, I am not the only one. So, go on then.”


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