Fabinho’s glam wife blasts Manchester City after Liverpool bus parade

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Fabinho’s wife has blasted Manchester City as an oil club following Liverpool’s trophy parade on Sunday.

The midfielder was involved in the celebrations as Liverpool’s squad paraded through their city while thousands of fans flocked to the streets. It marked a bittersweet end to the season for the Reds, who won two trophies but brutally lost out to Real Madrid in the Champions League final just a day earlier.

Fabinho played all 90 minutes of the 1-0 Stade de France defeat to Los Blancos, having narrowly missed out on a Premier League title to rivals Manchester City the week before.

But with rival fans poking fun at Liverpool for squandering a historic quadruple in the final weeks of the season, the Brazilian’s wife Rebecca Tavares decided to hit back. She fired a brutal dig at City’s Abu Dhabi ownership while posting several pictures of Liverpool’s trophy parade.

Tavares wrote on Twitter: “We are Liverpool, this means more! See you next season, red family. Thank you for your support. There are just some things oil can’t buy.”

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After receiving backlash from an angry wave of City supporters, Tavares held her nerve by doubling down on her criticism. She added: "My hobby right now it’s read haters comments in my tweets THE TRUTH HURTS!!!!"

Fabinho played 48 matches in a season where Liverpool won the FA Cup and Carabao Cup, but missed out on the two biggest trophies available at the final hurdle. He and the Reds squad were devastated after Saturday night’s final but appeared in far greater spirits during the bus parade.

WAG Rebecca has never been shy of sharing her outspoken views. She once targeted Alexis Sanchez after the Inter Milan winger recklessly fouled Fabinho, taking to Twitter to write “Bye Alexis” along with an angry face emoji after he was sent off.

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