THE estranged dad of Oasis stars Noel and Liam Gallagher has urged them to buy their childhood home to save him from homelessness.
Tommy Gallagher, 77, has lived at the three-bed semi since 1972.
But he was defrauded by a family friend in 2017 and it is now owned by a property firm and he is struggling to pay the rent.
Stand By Me hitmakers Noel and Liam grew up at the home in Burnage, Greater Manchester, but moved out with their mum at a young age due to Tommy’s drunken and violent behaviour.
Tommy said: “I’m sure their stomachs will churn when they find out. They can come and buy it.
“You always love the place you were born in.
“Where you played with the kids, played football, went to school, them still being big time Man City fans, they can never get away from that.”
Tommy faced having his house repossessed four years ago when his mortage deal expired, leaving him needing to cough up £27,000.
He claims a childhood pal of Noel suggested his brother could buy the house for him, and it was agreed he could live in the home rent-free.
However it is alleged he actually signed papers agreeing to pay £650 a month in rent.
The former Oasis bandmates have been estranged from their father for years, with Noel saying in 2019 his dad “doesn’t mean anything to me”.
He also revealed on Desert Island Discs in 2015 that his father’s abuse caused him to develop a stammer.