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Liam Gallagher deletes Tweets calling Gareth Southgate a 'm***' after England-USA World Cup draw

Former Oasis frontman Liam Gallagher posted a series of offensive tweets following England's 0-0 draw with the United States at the Qatar World Cup.

Liam Gallagher deletes Tweets calling Gareth Southgate ‘s***’, Trent Alexander-Arnold ‘that scouse div with the s*** dreds’ and upset fans ‘woke up the spas ****’ as he rages after England-USA world Cup draw

Liam Gallagher has deleted a series of inflammatory and offensive tweets directed at the England football team after their disappointing 0-0 draw with the United States last night in the Qatar World Cup.

The former Oasis singer has directed a series of insults at players, including Liverpool full-back Trent Alexander-Arnold.


Gallagher has also repeatedly attacked England manager Gareth Southgate for not yet playing with Manchester City star Phil Foden at the World Cup.

He tweeted at the start of a profanity tirade: “Southgate you are absolutely m*** you play Foden.”

The rock star tweeted as England fans in Qatar and across the country expressed their anger and frustration that their side seemed so out of ideas in their second World Cup game on Friday.

Angry tirade against Gareth Southgate and England has been condemned as

Angry tirade against Gareth Southgate and England has been condemned as ‘horrendous’ by Twitter users for insulting it

He followed up his first Tweet by saying, “I’m devastated.”

When fans started criticizing Gallagher for his offensive outbursts, he lashed out at them on his 3.6 million follower account.

He told his detractors: ‘F*** you woke up **** spas.’

Gallagher continued to insist that Southgate play Foden at the World Cup, saying: “He’s our Messi.”

He then further outraged England supporters by taking aim at Alexander-Arnold.

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The singer said, “Even that scouse div with the s***dreds gets it going.”

Most of the controversial Tweets were deleted within half an hour of posting, leaving only the Tweet comparing Foden to Lionel Messi.

Prior to their deletion, fans expressed their disapproval of the tasteless slurs used by Gallagher.

One said: ‘Delete this. Horrible and unnecessary.

Another user added: “Honestly a bad football game makes you throw a bunch of antiquated insults? If he’s woken up thinking handicaps aren’t funny then sign me up.

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