They are not exactly known for their brotherly love.
But Liam and Noel Gallagher both attended a Manchester City vs West Ham football match at the Etihad Stadium in Manchester on Sunday.
The former Oasis stars arrived separately to the game, showing that fans perhaps shouldn’t expect any reconciliation soon.
The pair appeared to keep their distance at the game, which saw Manchester win a 2-0 victory over West Ham.
They saw Manchester City crowned Premier League champions for the second time in three years on the final day of a dramatic season.
Liam Gallagher, 41, keeping a low profile in a navy waterproof jacket teamed with dark trousers and blue suede shoes.
Noel, 46, meanwhile wore a crumpled white shirt, a blue bomber jacket and dark jeans.
Oasis split in August 2009 after Liam and his brother Noel had a huge backstage bust-up in Paris, France, but rumours are beginning to circulate that they could be planning to headline at Glastonbury this year.
In April, Liam sparked rumours that Oasis were going to reform with a series of cryptic Twitter posts.
The former frontman has hinted at a reunion after individually tweeting the letters of the band's name every half hour.
The musician was inundated with messages from his fans asking him what his posts meant after he posted the final letter, 'S', on his account.
Liam failed to elaborate on his tweets, but simply followed up with: 'OASIS LG (sic).'
The mysterious posts came just two months after Oasis announced they were re-releasing their debut album Definitely Maybe with previously unheard tracks to celebrate the LP's 20th anniversary on May 19.
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