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Arsenal And Liverpool Players Top List Of 7 Awful Premier League Haircuts

by | 30th, October 2013

FOOTBALLERS, bless ’em, haven’t worked out the ideal formula involving brains, fashion and money. Everyone remembers Liverpool’s white FA Cup suits and eyebrows were raised when Davey Beckham wore a sarong… and not as many remember John Barnes’ ‘bird shit jacket’ he wore as a presenter on Channel 5.

However, the worst decisions footballers make tend to involve their hair. And in the Premier League, we’ve been blessed with some players who make mystifying decisions.

Here, we look at some of the ones you may have forgotten.

Cesc Fabregas

The Joy Of Cesc has sported a Manga quiff for a while and before that, he had a Lego ‘do. However, there was a period when Cesc combined about 14 haircuts into one and it was magnificent. A mullet with highlights, razor sideburns with a quiffed front and… boy oh boy, if you can’t pick one hairdo, have them all.

cesc2 Paul Gascoigne

Gazza, for the most part, had pretty ordinary footballer haircuts. He dabbled with the bleach while at Middlesboro and at Euro ’96, but obviously, his finest moment was during his time at Lazio when he inexplicably decided that he wanted to go for ‘a Mick Hucknall’.

Paul Gascoigne, Lazio, with a pony tail

Javier Margas

Margas, while at West Ham, decided badge-kissing wasn’t enough, so, clearly without a mirror in the house, he dyed his hair claret and blue.

javier margas

Raheem Sterling

While David Beckham’s corn rows should never be forgotten, the young and the stylish of the EPL have since surpasses Goldenballs ill-advised locks. For example, the talented Raheem Sterling of Liverpool as been seen knocking about with a barnet

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