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Pogba, Fellaini or Guendouzi - Who's got the WORST haircut in Premier League?

  /  Will_Lee_15

Marouane Fellaini pulling Mattéo Guendouzi’s hair was one of the 'best' moments of the season so far.

But the incident also got us thinking. Both Fellaini and Guendouzi are known for their unusual grooming choices. But how do they rank among the Premier League's worst barnets?

10. Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang

Okay, here’s the thing: Auba’s hair isn’t exactly flattering.

If you were to ask yourself: ‘Does Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s haircut make him look better than a normal haircut would?’ you could not truthfully answer yes.

Nor is it particularly suitable for a man pushing 30. If you were going to marry Pierre-Emerick Aubamayang and he turned up at the altar with this hair, you would be sorely disappointed.

In truth, Aubamayeng’s hair can only really be described as ‘having stars in it’.

9. Christian Eriksen

This is maybe a little unfair since Eriksen’s mop is obviously thinning out, but what on Earth? There’s no getting away from the fact that Christian Eriksen looks like Limmy.

Whatever the question, this is not the answer.

8. David Silva

This feels mean. But why did he get a hair transplant?

During the 2016-17 season, Silva sported a full head of boyish hair. But come August 2017, the midfielder rocked up to training with a bald head and visible scarring.

Antonio Conte and Jürgen Klopp may be football’s hair transplant poster boys (men?), but Silva’s attempt should serve as a cautionary tale.

7. Sadio Mané

Sadio Mané seems like a really nice guy, but he doesn’t have a great haircut.

6. Roberto Firmino

Roberto Firmino seems like a medium-nice guy, but he has a terrible haircut.

5. Sergio Agüero

The problem with Sergio Agüero’s white-blonde hair isn’t so much how it looks but that he chose to do it this season. This is the era of Soundcloud rap, Sergio, not of Mark fucking Ronson 10 fucking years ago.

Also, Sergio Agüero is now 30 years old. In no other line of work would this kind of stylistic left-turn be acceptable. At best, he could expect at an informal warning.

Furthermore, he’s just really, really late to the party. Lionel Messi did this ages ago, while Riyad Mahrez, three years Agüero’s junior, led the way at Man City.

4. Héctor Bellerín

Some Arsenal fans think the defender's hair and beard grew longer with every passing disappointment on the field. Maybe we should take a look at the evolution of his haircut in recent years.

3. Mattéo Guendouzi

Yes, there are a lot of Arsenal players on this list.

Look, there’s nothing inherently wrong with Mattéo Guendouzi’s hair. But football is a cruel game, and Arsenal’s trip to Man United showed why this kind of cut isn’t the most sensible option for a footballer.

2. Marouane Fellaini

Come on! What happened to him?

1. Paul Pogba

Here’s Garth Crooks’ opinion on Paul Pogba’s haircuts:

“Granted, a hairstyle is not going to determine how well he can control a ball or make a pass, but it does say something about where his mind is at the moment.

“If you are going to attract attention to yourself on a football pitch, do it with goals and performances, not cheap gimmicks and marketing tricks.”

Or… both!