In an interview with French magazine So Foot, Liam Gallagher says that he's not too keen on new bands and that he is now listening to the same bands he used to listen to when he was growing up.
"I'm listening to the Sex Pistols. I don't listen to any new music, not really exciting. There's a lot of people out there who say 'music is still alive' but if I don't like it, I don't see the point. So I started listening to the Sex Pistols again and the first Happy Mondays' album too. And former Oasis frontman believes he can have no excuse if City fall adrift again next term.
Liam Gallagher also discussed Guardiola's first season at City and said: "It is absolutely necessary to win the title next season, we cannot leave it to Chelsea again," he told So Foot. "If we [Manchester City] don't win anything then he [Pep Guardiola] won't be able to stay." City finished above rivals United last term, but Gallagher doesn't think that is enough. "We have gone beyond that stage. We have to win the title and we must do well in the Champions League," he added.
Source: So Foot
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