‘P*** flap brigade’ – Liam Gallagher makes feelings about UEFA clear following news that Man City’s punishm

Liam Gallagher has not stopped crying his heart out about Man City’s European ban and continues to rage about it on Twitter.

City are facing two years without European football after being punished by UEFA for ‘serious breaches’ of financial fair play regulations.

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And it could get even worse. It emerged on Wednesday the current sanctions relate to the amount of Abu Dhabi sponsorship declared between 2012 and 2016.

But, according to the Guardian, European football’s governing body are now considering further investigation into City’s finances in the years after 2016.

Gallagher, the 47-year-old rock star and die hard City fan, has never been shy in giving people a piece of his mind and had an x-rated reaction to the initial news of the ban.

And he had some choice words for the UEFA hierarchy after the latest update regarding City’s European future.

The former Oasis frontman named the various members of the UEFA hierarchy, highlighting they represent a number of City’s rivals, including Liverpool and Manchester United, before calling them the ‘p*** flap brigade’.

The Champions League remains the Holy Grail for Man City, being the one trophy which has eluded them during Sheikh Mansour’s ownership.

Reports have suggested that manager Pep Guardiola will stay loyal to the club despite their ban, but talkSPORT pundit Jamie O’Hara suggests there is no way he will accept two years without European football.

“I think if [the ban] sticks and they are out of European football for two years, he’s gone,” O’Hara told talkSPORT’s Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast. “He has to go! He’s one of the best managers in the world and he’s not going to want to stay and just play domestic football.

“He wants to be on the European stage and test himself against the best, and he’s too good of a manager to not be in the Champions League.”