Ipswich Town players lighten mood with new hairstyles

In an attempt to lighten the mood ahead of Ipswich Town’s televised FA Cup replay at non-league Lincoln City, the Tractor Boys have adopted terrible haircuts of old footballers.

Even manager Mick McCarthy gets in on the act, although you’ll have to scroll all the way to the bottom to see his effort.

After some deliberation, you might conclude they would all be better getting rid of their hair altogether, perhaps using the best head shaver around.

Cole SkuseCole Skuse as Brian Little

Midfielder Cole Skuse has chosen to wear the mop favoured by former Aston Villa star Brian Little in the 1970s (above), while striker David McGoldrick opted for Columbian forward Carlos Valderrama (below).

David McGoldrick as Carlos Valderrama

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Forward Brett Pitman went for the fetching comb-over look favoured by former Manchester United and England star Bobby Charlton in the 1960s.

Brett PitmanBrett Pitman as Bobby Charlton

Skipper Luke Chambers, on-loan winger Tom Lawrence, defender Adam Webster and striker Freddie Sears have all gone for striking wild mullets as made famous by the likes of Chelsea’s Ian Britton, Portsmouth’s Alan Biley, Chris Waddle and even Robbie Savage.

Luke Chambers as Ian Britton

Adam Webster as Alan Biley

Tom Lawrence as Chris Waddle

Feddie Sears as Robbie Savage

Meanwhile, left back Jonas Knudsen sports a pineapple hairstyle made famous by Nottingham Forest’s Jason Lee, about whom the crowds chanted: “He’s got a pineapple on his head”.

Jonas KnudsenJonas Knudsen as Jason Lee

Defender Christophe Berra has gone for a natty mop that was worn inexplicably by former Chelsea player John Dempsey back in the 1970s. It’s quite fetching…

Christophe BerraChristophe Berra as John Dempsey

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Young starlet Andre Dozzell looks fab with his Ronaldo (large Ronaldo from Brazil) shave.

Andre Dozzell as Ronaldo

Goalkeeper Bartosz Bialkowski chose the famous hairstyle sported by keeper Rene Higuita from Colombia, who you’ll recall did the famous scorpion-kick save at Wembley.

Bartosz Bialkowski as Rene Higuita

And finally, even under-fire manager Mick McCarthy has got in on the act, although we’re not sure if this is actually a disguise or not.

Mick McCarthyMick McCarthy as himself

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