Ranking of the 10 best and 10 worst haircuts in the Premier League - PlanetFootball

Ranking of the 10 best and 10 worst haircuts in the Premier League - PlanetFootball


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Marouane Fellaini pulled on the hair of Mattéo Guendouzi and was one of the best moments of the season. But are the barnets of these players among the best or worst in the Premier League?

They knew something strange would happen when Arsenal visited Old Trafford. Tensions were high, bookings were numerous and Manchester United played the most Mourinho football.

Would there be a red card? An incident off the rack? Manager sent to the stands?

What happened was stranger than any of these things. Marouane Fellaini – the former owner of the league's most iconic hairstyle – pulled open the locks of Arsenal's Mattéo Guendouzi and brought the teenager to the ground.

It was really the best moment of the game, which increased a pulsating 2-2 draw from "very good" to "great".

Thanks to Guendouzi, who actually had the maturity to take the road and illuminate the incident after the match.

"I think there's some jealousy," he said. "Could be [Fellaini] I can not accept the fact that he chose short hair! "

But the incident also made us think.

Both Fellaini and Guendouzi are known for their unusual care opportunities. But how do you count to the best and worst Barnets of the Premier League?

The best

10. Mesut Ozil

Mesut Özil from Arsenal had no chance to tear his hair on Wednesday. Fortunately, he's pretty good at combing him, since he's shown a reasonable average-length cut since his arrival five years ago from Real Madrid.

9. Wilfried Zaha

There are many reasons why the daughter of a football manager likes Wilfried Zaha, and one of them is his hairstyle.

"A haircut gets me from a 5 to a 10, a sharp haircut," Zaha said earlier this year. "Trust me: fading makes you another person."

8. Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang

Okay, here's the point: Auba's hair is not accurate flattering,

If you were to ask yourself, "Will Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang's haircut look better than a normal haircut?", You could not answer yes.

It is also not particularly suitable for a man who pushes 30. If you marry Pierre-Emerick Aubamayang and he would appear at the altar with this hair, you would be very disappointed.

In truth, Aubamayeng's hair can really only be called "stars".

And you know what? It's good.

7. Mamadou Sakho

Here is something that can hurt your head: Mamadou Sakho is only 28 years old, but in 2007 he is PSG captain.

Top marks.

6. Leroy Sané

Apart from the tattoo, Leroy Sané is incredibly cool. He stays on this list until Riyad Mahrez brings him to this inevitable peroxide job.

5. Álvaro Morata

Average Finisher Reasonable Mop.

4. Alex Iwobi

Unai Emery has a tough decision in choosing his winger. Does he go for a) Henrikh Mkhitaryan, who looks like a rundown accountant trying Rogaine for the first time, or b) Alex Iwobi, the dictionary definition of "Youth"?

Nutmegs … Haircuts … Alex Iwobi is brilliant.

3. André Gomes

Everton's midfield was controlled by Wayne Rooney last season. It was shocked, it was snorted, there was a very surgically developed hairline.

Things are different now. With the handsome André Gomes pulling the strings, Everton exudes calm, quality and a true salon hair dryer.

2. Héctor Bellerín

Yes, there are many players from Arsenal on this list.

Bellerín sees himself as a technician, because he has shitty facial hair, but a breathtaking Barnet. And before you object, remember that Lee Dixon – half man, half brow – once played in his position.

1. Paul Pogba

Here's Garth Crooks & # 39; s opinion on Paul Pogba's haircuts:

"Granted, a hairstyle does not dictate how well he can control a ball or pass a pass, but he does say something about where his mind is.

"If you want to get noticed on a football field, do it with goals and achievements, not cheap games and marketing tricks."

Or both!

The worst

10. Mattéo Guendouzi

You see, nothing is inherently wrong with Mattéo Guendouzi's hair. But football is a cruel game, and the journey from Arsenal to Man United has shown why this kind of cut is not the most sensible option for a footballer.

9. David Silva

That feels mean. But Why Did he get a hair transplant?

In the season 2016/17 Silva had a full head of boyish hair. But in August 2017, the midfielder attacked with a bald head and visible scars for training.

Antonio Conte and Jürgen Klopp may be football pros for football transplants (men?), But Silva's attempt should serve as a warning.

8. Sergio Aguero

The problem with Sergio Agüero's white-blonde hair does not look that way, but he chose it this season. This is the era of Soundcloud Rap, Sergio, not Mark, who fucks in front of ten fucking Ronson.

Sergio Agüero is now 30 years old. In no other line would such a stylistic left turn be acceptable. At best, he might wait for an informal warning.

Besides, he is really late for the party. Lionel Messi did this for ages, while Riyad Mahrez, the three-year Agüero junior, took the lead in Man City.

Midlife crisis!

7. Sadio Mané

Sadio Mané seems to be a really nice guy, but he does not have a good haircut.

6. Roberto Firmino

Roberto Firmino seems to be a mediocre guy, but he has a terrible haircut.

5. Christian Eriksen

This may be a little unfair, as Eriksen's mop is obviously thinning, but what on earth? That Christian Eriksen looks like Limmy, does not get away.

Whatever the question is, that's not the answer.

4. Ben Davies

Theory: Ben Davies has never seen a photo of himself or of the back.

Proof: From the front, Davies' haircut – which is swept sideways to the side – probably looks pretty neat. But if you see the Tottenham defender in the profile, everything is fair not correct, The crown protrudes like the pie of a baby bird, the fringes are stuck firmly on the forehead.

Someone has to talk to Ben Davies.

3. Andy Carroll

Never forget.

2. Jamie Vardy

A few years ago, a photo of a group of young boys became viral.

In the picture, there are five boys – probably between the ages of 15 and 16 – who surround another boy and stretch their hands towards the central figure.

The hair of the central figure is burning.

Once you've seen this picture, you probably will not forget it. Not necessarily because of the flaming head, but because you almost always see your younger self in these pink, warm-seeking boys, all River Island jackets, stolen tobacco, and never-to-use wallet condoms.

Most Britons who were born in the late '80s and mid' 90s are uneasily familiar with the haircuts in the photo – inflamed or otherwise: too long on the sides, a handful of wet-look gel, with the the fringes are flattened, the back is messy.

There are echoes of Ben Davies, but for these guys it's 100% intentional.

Many young people had this haircut. But why? Where did that come from? Celebrities did not have this hairstyle. Footballer not singer not actor certainly not.

Has it just turned into popular culture? Can you ask that at the barber's?

This was the worst hairstyle you had when you were 15, and Jamie Vardy still has it.

1. Kieran Trippier

Come on.

By Benedict O & # 39; Neill


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