Belfast Telegraph

Sunday 4 October 2015

Gallaghers still 'not getting on'

Published 25/06/2013

Brothers Liam and Noel Gallagher haven't spoken since 2009
Brothers Liam and Noel Gallagher haven't spoken since 2009

Liam Gallagher has revealed that he does not even have his brother Noel's phone number.

The pair - formerly bandmates in Oasis until their ongoing feud spiralled out of control - have not spoken since Noel walked out of the group in 2009.

Liam, who now fronts his band Beady Eye, told Radio 5 Live's Phil Williams, he has nothing to say to his brother.

Asked in an interview why he did not just phone him to talk things through, he said: "I haven't got his number."

Liam also pointed out that he had no number for their older brother, Paul, even though they are still speaking.

"I haven't got me other brother's number that I talk to, either. I haven't got many people's numbers," he said.

Discussing the frosty relationship with Noel, Liam said: "I've got nothing to say to him. Not interested in the slightest right now."

He went on: "I've not banished him. He hasn't seen my kids, I haven't seen his kids, and that happens when two people who are stupid talk s**** about each other. It's not like Noel's knocking at my door with a box of chocolates and a bunch of flowers going 'Speak to me' and I'm going 'No'. We're just not getting on at the moment."

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