Noel Gallagher has claimed he feels "violated" after football veteran Gary Neville used Oasis lyrics to gloat about Manchester United's success in the Premier League.
Noel, a devoted fan of rival team Manchester City, jokingly hit back after Gary tweeted the lyrics to Oasis' hit Fade Away, writing "'While we're living, the dreams we have as children fade away.' Not if you support United!"
Noel told The Sun: "I feel violated.
He went on: "If Mr Neville continues to use the holy scriptures of Oasis to communicate with the Cockney massive, I shall be forced to come up to Cheshire in the middle of the night, break into his house, tie him to a chair, make him listen to the Best Of Simply d(Red)ful while I pull his tash out one grey hair at a time (with my teeth), liberate those Oasis CDs and s*** in his manbag. YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED..."
This is not the first time banter has been exchanged between the footballer and the musician.
Gary apparently once bought himself a guitar as a birthday present and sent it to Noel to sign.
The Oasis musician reportedly sent it back with the message: "Happy Birthday k**bhead. MCFC x."