Pepe, I think the red card was actually for your hair.
Bonus awesome photo: Stop the match, Gary Cahill's hair needs a touch-up.
Sir Bobby’s Combover
Bobby Charlton scored 249 goals in 758 games for Manchester United. In the 17 years that it took for him to achieve those statistics, he won three First Division titles, the FA Cup and the European Cup, scoring twice in the final against Benfica and lifting the trophy as captain. He survived the Munich air disaster to win the World Cup with England at Wembley Stadium, and in 1994 received a knighthood.
He also cleverly disguised his baldness by flipping his hair over to one side of his head. He is a truly remarkable man.
YES. 8-bit hair.
Here’s Brazilian footballer Neymar. Sort of. Well, it’s his wax figure. I love that the artists included his mall bangs and sort of faux hawk.
Bonus hilarious photo: The greatest hair combination at the FIFA Ballon d’Or gala: Miroslav Stoch and Carlos Valderrama.
Almost haircut enemies.
American Clint Dempsey who plays for Tottenham once had adorable indie rock hair. It’s taking me back to 2003 and makes me want to find my legwarmers and listen to The Postal Service.
German footballer Marcel Schmelzer for Borussia Dortmund is sporting the rare dude double headband. I’m not sure if it’s securing his hair or for making the girls at Urban Outfitters jealous - because he pulls the look off better than them.
Michael Ballack former German National Team captain and player for Chelsea, Bayern Munich, and Bayer Leverkusen had some awkward hair times too. As much as I love him (and I do - I even wear #13 when I play) this down the middle with a mock turtleneck is another reminder that the 90’s were a weird time for everyone.