Weird sports hairstyles

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Shukriya Pakistan

Sports has traditionally been an area from where loads of funky and weird hairstyles do tned to come up time and again. Due to the wide fan base and prime time media attention for sports all over the globe these hairstyles gain a lot of name and fame for the players.

Lets look at some of these awkward and crazy hairstyles and relive those moments once again.

Stephan El Shaarawy is a striker who plays for Ligue 1 club Monaco and represents the Italian national team

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Sunil Narine hails from the West Indies and is an off spinner who has made a name for himself through his skillful bowling in the Indian Premier League

Sunil Narine Hair Style 2013

Taribo West is a former footballer who played as a defender for the Nigerian team and he had perhaps one of the worst hairstyle in football hairstyle

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Sri Lankan ace fast bowler Lasith Malinga was very famous when got a new haircut a few years back and at that time was the biggest thing talked about in cricket

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Paul Scharner is an Austrian former footballer who could play in the midfield and the defense with same efficiency. He was famous for his hairstyles.

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Pakistan cricket team’s middle order batsman Umar Akmal attempted to emulate start footballer Cristiano Ronaldo when he got himself virtually the same haircut

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Arron Monk is an English professional darts player and is the son of former champion Colin Monk

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Flamboyant English cricketer Kevin Pietersen was known for his hairstyles when he first burst onto the scene and this hairstyle is an example of that

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Jason Lee is a former English footballer and manager who played for a long span of time and scored 125 goals

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Last but not the least Indian bowler Ishant Sharma is widely famous for his long hairs and this is pic is brilliantly captured as its depicts his hairstyle rather nicely

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