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• Former Oasis guitarist to appear on Sunday night show
• Gallagher follows in footsteps of Russell Brand, and Skinner and Baddiel
• Match of the Day’s funniest moments
Noel Gallagher will once again dabble in football punditry as a guest on the BBC’s Match of the Day 2 on Sunday. The former Oasis lead guitarist and Manchester City fan interviewed the club’s then striker Mario Balotelli for Football Focus in 2012, after the Italian agreed to give his first major interview in England to the BBC because it would be with Gallagher. The striker criticised the English media, saying: “They’re just lying, they don’t even know.” Gallagher will appear on Sunday night’s programme to discuss Tottenham Hotspur v West Ham United, Everton v Leicester City and Southampton v Liverpool. Gallagher, who is preparing to release his second solo album, will also front a feature on City’s match against Newcastle, »
- Press Association
The High Flying Birds frontman and life-long Manchester City fan will join the show's regulars this weekend as a guest pundit - so consider this your 'Sunday Morning Evening Call'.
Gallagher will host a feature on his team's fixture against Newcastle United - if it doesn't work out for the Blues at the Etihad, he might be left asking 'Where Did It All Go Wrong', naturally.
The former Oasis star will also offer considered observations on Sunday's fixtures - Southampton v Liverpool, Everton v Leicester and Tottenham Hotspur v West Ham - giving him a national platform to 'Go Let It Out' (ahem).
Balotelli reportedly insisted that Gallagher conducted the 15-minute interview, »
2 items from 2015
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