A month ago, Manchester City right-back Danilo was interviewed by Brazilian website UOL, and revealed samba and pagode were two of the favourite music genres in the club’s dressing room.

As there are more South Americans than English players in the squad, that was not a surprise, with the player revealing that even Pep Guardiola was excited by one of the songs.

But it seems something has changed, because as reported by the same website today, the manager has a new opinion about it.

The outlet claims that it’s Oasis played before games now, quite an obvious choice given the Gallagher brothers are lifelong, well since they realised it got attention, Manchester City fans and have their songs played for fans at the Etihad Stadium as well.

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Speaking to UOL once again, Danilo revealed: “The South Americans dominate this part, but Guardiola began to do this to give moral to the English.”

Noel Gallagher has been opening concerts for U2 in Brazil, and when playing in São Paulo last week, he dedicated one of his new songs ‘AKA… What a Life!’ to Manchester City’s Gabriel Jesus.

Funny thing is, he didn’t care, or realise, he was playing at Morumbi Stadium, which belongs to Palmeiras’ rivals São Paulo.