Beady Eye have reportedly parted company manager Scott Rodger.
Gallagher initially drafted in Rodger - who also manages Sir Paul McCartney and Arcade Fire - to boost their profile following lukewarm reviews of their first album 'Different Gear, Still Speeding', but it appears the pair have now parted ways.
A source told The Sun: "It's a shock that Liam has left Scott. He has a lot of influence. Beady Eye hired him to rejuvenate their career after their first album didn't do as well as hoped.
"Scott put in a lot of hard work on the second album and persuaded Liam to play Oasis songs live again."
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