(Image) Liverpool fans use Oasis lyrics to troll Man City about their meltdown after the bus incident

Liverpool weren’t able to replicate the stellar form they showed against PSG this time around and came out short against an industrious Napoli side in their second Champions League group stage fixture on Wednesday.

But the Reds have no time to waste contemplating about the loss in Naples as they prepare to face league leaders Manchester City on Sunday. The Citizens find themselves exactly where they finished last season in the league but the Reds can go top with a win at Anfield.

The juicy clash was intense both on and off the pitch last time around as a rather ugly incident took place outside Anfield involving some beer bottles and City’s team bus.

City fans have been complaining about the Kopparberg bottles that hit their bus for some time now but the Reds don’t seem too bothered with their opposition’s whining and have come up with a witty banner which is sure to get under their skin.

Using lines from an Oasis song, check out the banner here:

One Reply to “(Image) Liverpool fans use Oasis lyrics to troll Man City about their meltdown after the bus incident”

  1. I’m afraid it says it all that Liverpool fans condone violence against innocent people and think it’s funny. These are the fans who got English fans banned from European football because of their Neanderthal behaviour. They and Merseyside police then collude to pretend not a single person hurling missiles over a 5 minute spell filmed on YouTube says it all about that city’s attitude to thuggery.

    Thugs laugh at their victims. It’s a bully’s mentality. Welcome to anfield.

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