Liam Gallagher sparks feud with Radiohead as he compares them to turbulent 2020

Liam Gallagher is never one to shy away from speaking about fellow showbiz names and his latest comparison will definitely set tounges wagging.

The Oasis star has had his fair share of feuds since bursting onto the entertainment scene with the band in 1991.

His latest war of words has seen Liam, 48, aim fire at Radiohead, nine years after he initially sparked a rage between the two rock bands.

Liam took fire at Thom Yorke's group during a chat with Irish radio station RTE 2FM and didn't hold back when he was asked what he made of 2020.

2020 has seen most of the world endure a lockdown period in a bid to tackle the coronavirus, after thinking of the perfect comparison, he said: "It's been a bit of a Radiohead year."

His comments come almost a decade after he told the group "to go f**k yourself," as he aimed fire at their album The King of Limbs.

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Liam and brother Noel Gallagher, 53, have been at loggerheads for most of their career, with the brothers often indulging in an exchange of insults when their sibling is mentioned in a conversation.

"He's a bit Arsene Wenger, I'm a bit Jose Mourinho," Liam said of his older brother.

While speculation is rife around the pair putting their differences aside for an Oasis reunion, the singer said: "That Noel he's a bit po-faced. It's not complicated in my neck of the woods.

"I think he'd want written apologies and Milk Trays."

It comes just weeks after Liam revealed that Noel had turned down £100million to reunite with their bandmates.

While appearing on The Jonathan Ross Show, Liam revealed: "When someone offers you 100 million pounds to do a few gigs and that man, you're going to go, 'Alright then yeah…'

"There was a lot of money knocking about."

He added: "It was 100 million pounds to do a tour and that and I'm thinking, 'I'm not a d***head, know what I mean? I'll have a bit of that.'

"He's not into it, is he? He's after a knighthood isn't he?"

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