Liam Gallagher Defends His Right to Support Celtic and England on Twitter

Liam Gallagher Defends His Right to Support Celtic and England on Twitter

Oasis superstar Liam Gallagher has defended his love for Celtic on Twitter this afternoon – whilst insisting he can still support the Hoops whilst enjoying England’s World Cup run.

Liam and his brother Noel are known to be Manchester City supporters first and foremost, but their Irish background has seen them often speak of their affection for the Parkhead side, and both have made several visits to the East End of Glasgow for various different matches over the years.

After taking his latest swipe at his estranged sibling on Twitter, Liam was accused of contradicting himself by following Celtic and Gareth Southgate’s Three Lions side, but the 45-year-old was having absolutely none of it:

Surely Liam is right, eh? Putting politics aside, there’s absolutely nothing wrong with following his country AND Celtic if he chooses to, no?

England now have Croatia in the World Cup semi-finals on Wednesday night – but how do you think they’ll fare?

Let us know in the comments section below…

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