Legendary Haircut of the Week: Chris Waddle

Try covering the hair below each of his ears with your fingers...the remaining 'do lends his head an incredible square quality.

The Player: A Tottenham, Sheffield Wednesday and England legend, who was also a three time French Championship winner to boot. Equally adept on the left or right flank (despite being left footed), he had a sublime touch, a knack for scoring spectacular goals and a level of flair seldom seen in an England player.

The Hair: A Textbook example of the mullet. Men began experimenting with this brave hair formation throughout the 60′s and 70′s, before it rose to prominence during the 80′s. The fashion and music stylings of the era have been somewhat exhumed in recent years, so my question is…why did we leaveĀ the mullet behind?

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  1. Andreas Pringalez says:

    When will the revival begin?!

  2. Jonnylondon says:

    Chlling in his full Adidas tracky b’s. What a ledge! Remember that 1990 penalty kick :-(

  3. Deano says:

    Roche, didn’t you sport a mullet back in the day? You know back when you were cutting your own hair?!

  4. Bobby Roche says:

    If you cover the hair beneath waddles ears with your fingers on the main picture, the remaining perfect square of hair is what mine looked like.

  5. Pete AFC forever says:

    Best mullet of the 2000′s is Alan Inns, who now plays for Woking, but was especially mulleted when at AFC Wimbledon. Innsy you’re no waddle and that mullet lasted far too long http://www.afcwimbledon.co.uk/images/library/pic_alan_inns.jpg

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