Liam Gallagher appeared at Manchester City's post-match press conference on Monday night (April 30), following his team's 1-0 victory over local rivals Manchester United.
The former Oasis singer - now frontman of Beady Eye - spoke to reporters at the Etihad Stadium following the derby game, Goal.com reports.
Gallagher took a seat at the desk in the press room and told reporters that Sir Alex Ferguson "must have been blinded by the lights", also quipping that the long-serving United manager "must have been on the whisky too much".
Adding that City's manager Roberto Mancini is "almost as cool as me," Gallagher also revealed that he had watched the game from a box with goalscorer Vincent Kompany's family.
"He scored a blinder, his family is mega and his sister is really cool," the musician said. "Nice one, bro. Vive le Belgium!"