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Noel Gallagher had a priceless reaction to his son bringing a Cristiano Ronaldo poster home

Noel Gallagher had a priceless reaction to his son bringing a Cristiano Ronaldo poster home

Gallagher is a diehard Manchester City fan.

Noel Gallagher stopped his son from hanging up a Cristiano Ronaldo poster in his bedroom for a hilarious reason.

The High Flying Birds frontman is perhaps one of City's most famous fans, along with his younger brother Liam.

He was mortified to learn his son, Sonny, idolises Manchester United legend Cristiano Ronaldo and attempted to hang a poster of the five-time Ballon d'Or winner in his room.

It was during Ronaldo's time at Real Madrid, with Sonny having no idea Ronaldo was a former United player.

Gallagher explained during an appearance on the Pub Talk Podcast: "The young lad, Sonny, plays for his local team and went for trials for the county.

"He's enthusiastic, has a good shot and great positional play. I'd rather him be a footballer, they get paid more than musicians.

"It was a funny day when he started really identifying with players. He didn't realise Ronaldo had played with United and he came home with a Ronaldo poster.

I was like, 'Mate, what are you doing?' He was like, 'I love Ronaldo, he's my favourite player.' But I told him, 'You can't have it in this house, mate' and I had to show him a picture of him in a United kit because he had only ever known him as playing for Real Madrid and Juventus."

Ronaldo is now back at United after 12 years away. (Image

Ronaldo initially played for United between 2003 and 2009 before joining Real in an £80 million deal.

He spent nine years in Spain before joining Juventus in 2018. Three years later, he made a sensational return to United, scoring 24 goals in all competitions last season.

However, United recorded their lowest-ever Premier League points tally and appointed Erik ten Hag in the summer.

The former Ajax boss is attempting to change United's style of play, with Ronaldo being the biggest casualty so far.

He's started two Premier League games this season and was an unused substitute in Wednesday's 2-0 victory over Tottenham Hotspur.

Ronaldo didn't feature against Tottenham. (Image

While warming up, the 37-year-old realised he would not be making it onto the pitch with minutes to go.

He decided to head down the Old Trafford tunnel before the game had ended.

Ten Hag was informed of the incident at full-time, telling reporters he'll 'deal with it' on Thursday.

It's been claimed the 52-year-old is privately 'furious' with Ronaldo's decision.

Featured Image Credit: Pub Talk & Alamy

Topics: Manchester United, Cristiano Ronaldo, Manchester City