His beloved Manchester City may have lost, but Noel Gallagher at least got a hero's reception after he left the Etihad Stadium last night.
His beloved Manchester City may have lost to Barcelona, but at least rock ‘n’ roll star Noel Gallagher could bask in a hero’s reception at the Etihad Stadium.
For as former Oasis star Noel left the stadium after that disappointing 2-0 defeat to Barcelona, he was mobbed by a Wonderwall of fans.
Despite results not going the Blues way, Noel clearly didn’t look back in anger, and happily signed autographs for fans as he headed to his driver who whisked him away from Eastlands.
Burnage-born Noel headed back to home turf just a day after it was revealed he has been approached by filmmakers wanting to make a movie of the Oasis story.
It would certainly be filled with plenty of drama - telling the story of how Noel and brother Liam created one of the world’s biggest bands, only for their bitter brotherly wars to bring Oasis to an end in 2009.
Noel has said he would like Michael Fassbender to play him in the movie of his life, although no word as to which star might play Liam.
Speaking at the Baftas he said: ‘People have seriously approached me about that [film]. It’s something that’s very strange but very tempting.’
‘If it means I get to come here and watch Brad Pitt eat a bit of salmon then I’ll make a film a year if I can.’
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