Noel Gallagher fuels rumours of an Oasis reunion before brother Liam SLAMS him

Noel Gallagher has fulled further rumours of an Oasis reunion 14 years after the iconic band’s split. 

The musician, 55, said his estranged brother Liam, 50, could ‘give me a ring’ and put their years of feuding behind them in order to take to the stage together once more. 

Just last week rocker Liam insisted a reunion was ‘happening’ when responding to a fan on Twitter. 

Following the remarks, Noel said on French radio, France Inter: ‘[Liam has] got my number. He’s got my manager’s number. Call us.’

In regards to the Tweet he said: ‘There’s something in the papers back in England today, you know… but he should get his people to call my people’.

Hopes: Noel Gallagher, 55, has fulled further rumours of an Oasis reunion 1 4 years after the iconic band’s split 

Oasis: Noel (left) said his estranged sibling Liam, 50 (right) could 'give me a ring' and put their years of feuding behind them in order to take to the stage together once more (pictured together in 2003)

Oasis: Noel (left) said his estranged sibling Liam, 50 (right) could ‘give me a ring’ and put their years of feuding behind them in order to take to the stage together once more (pictured together in 2003) 

‘They know who they are. They know where we are’.

Before adding: ‘Stop talking on the f***ing internet and let’s see what you’ve got to say.’

Asked by the host if all it could take to reunite the duo was a phone call, the Wonderwall singer replied: ‘You would think, right? He’s got my number. He’s got my manager’s number. Call us. But you know what? He won’t call.’

When asked why, he quipped: ‘Why indeed. Why indeed.’

Oasis split in 2009 after a backstage bust-up between arch-nemesis siblings Liam and Noel at their final concert in Paris, France. 

However on Wednesday Liam then took to his Twitter once more to slam his older brother for ‘damaging’ the iconic band.

Seemingly in reference to Noel’s interview he wrote: ‘Here’s how I see it the little fella aka potato has done a lot of damage to Oasis as a band / brand he’s got a lot of making up to do not just to me but to you the fans the people that put us where we are tday [sic] as you were’.

MailOnline have contacted reps for Liam for comment. 

It come after Noel showed no sign of squashing the feud with his brother, as he’s reportedly formed a surprise friendship with Peter Kay.

The musician has allegedly become close with the comedian, 49, who famously called Liam a ‘k**bhead’ at the 2010 BRIT Awards.

Olive brand? Noel said on French radio, France Inter on Tuesday: '[Liam has] got my number. He's got my manager's number. Call us'.

Olive brand? Noel said on French radio, France Inter on Tuesday: ‘[Liam has] got my number. He’s got my manager’s number. Call us’.

Drama: Oasis split in 2009 after a backstage bust-up between arch-nemesis siblings Liam (leftP and Noel (right) at their final concert in Paris, France (pictured together in 2005)

Drama: Oasis split in 2009 after a backstage bust-up between arch-nemesis siblings Liam (leftP and Noel (right) at their final concert in Paris, France (pictured together in 2005)

SLAMMING: However on Wednesday Liam took to his Twitter once more to slam his older brother for 'damaging' the iconic band

SLAMMING: However on Wednesday Liam took to his Twitter once more to slam his older brother for ‘damaging’ the iconic band

Having attended the funnyman’s recent Manchester gig, it has been claimed Noel hit it off with Liam’s nemesis Peter after they met backstage.

A source told The Sun: ‘Noel went to Peter’s Manchester gig last week and they met backstage and got on like a house on fire.

‘They spent time together after the show and it was a great laugh. Peter is a huge fan of Noel’s and it was a pleasure for him to welcome him.

‘Noel surprised some of the crowd at the arena who had no idea he’d be making an appearance.’

MailOnline has contacted Noel and Peter’s representatives for comment.

Definite: It comes after Liam insisted a reunion was 'happening' earlier this week when responding to a fan on Twitter

Definite: It comes after Liam insisted a reunion was ‘happening’ earlier this week when responding to a fan on Twitter

New pal: It come after Noel showed no sign of squashing the feud with his brother, as he's reportedly formed a surprise friendship with Peter Kay  (pictured in 2014) - Liam's enemy

New pal: It come after Noel showed no sign of squashing the feud with his brother, as he’s reportedly formed a surprise friendship with Peter Kay  (pictured in 2014) – Liam’s enemy 

Peter’s feud with Liam stems from an on-stage encounter at the BRITs.

Picking up the gong for Best Album of 30 Years for the 1995 record (What’s The Story) Morning Glory?, the Oasis star swore his way through his acceptance speech, before hurling his microphone and award into the audience.

Making his acceptance speech, the frontman thanked the early members of the band, with the exception of older brother Noel, who walked out on the group last summer.

Arriving alone on stage, he yelled into the microphone: ‘Listen kids. I want to thank Bonehead, Guigsy and Alan White. The best band in the f**king world. Live forever.’

Awkward! Peter's feud with Liam stems from an on-stage encounter at the BRITs

Awkward! Peter’s feud with Liam stems from an on-stage encounter at the BRITs

Feud: It was after he threw his microphone and award into the crowd and sulked off the stage, Peter remarked: 'What a k**bhead'

Feud: It was after he threw his microphone and award into the crowd and sulked off the stage, Peter remarked: ‘What a k**bhead’ 

It was after he threw his microphone and award into the crowd and sulked off the stage, Peter remarked: ‘What a k**bhead.’

A furious Liam later tweeted: ‘Listen up fat f**k as a real northerner I was brought up 2 say s**t 2 people’s faces not behind their back. Live forever LG.’

Peter wrote on his website the next day: ‘So it was the Brits last night and I was honoured to be asked to host the show, especially with it being 30 years old.

‘Congratulations to all the winners, including Noel Gallagher, who sadly didn’t get a mention (and who thankfully isn’t a k***head).’

More recently, Liam proved the quarrel was still ongoing when asked if he would be attending one of Peter’s comeback gigs, saying, ‘F*** him the balloon knot.

 

 

 

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