Noel Gallagher told Soccer AM that Manchester City should stick with Manuel Pellegrini, even if Chelsea snatch their Premier League crown.
City sit five points behind league leaders Chelsea, having played a game more as the trophy edges closer to Stamford Bridge.
With another early Champions League exit on the cards, coupled with their title defence running out of steam, Pellegrini has come under a great deal scrutiny, and many believe his days in Manchester are numbered.
However, Gallagher, who is currently touring with his band Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds, told Tubes on Soccer AM that he would love Pep Guardiola to take over, but would be more than happy for Pellegrini to remain in charge.
"If they (City board) were to let him go, who would they get in?" Gallagher said.
"Pep Guardiola is not available. If he does become available then get him in.
"If not, then stick with Pellegrini. I like him.
"How he didn’t win Manager of the Year after winning the double is a disgrace.
"He keeps it all on the even keel. You don’t need all the histrionics."
Gallagher also admitted to being disappointed with the money spent by the City hierarchy in the summer, but hailed Chelsea's business.
"Chelsea bought better than we did," Gallagher added.
"Costa is better than Jovetic, Fabregas is better than Fernandinho. Then there is the Mourinho factor."
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