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Gallery: Our Favourite Lockdown Hairstyles From Premier League Return

Gallery: Our Favourite Lockdown Hairstyles From Premier League Return

Most of us lads have gone one of two ways during the lockdown. Either we have cracked and shaved every bit of hair off the top of our heads, or we have let nature take its course and grown it out the way god intended.

Considering we are all subject to the same rules, footballers are very much in the same boat (with the exception of Serge Aurier).

That was clearly evident when Premier League clubs returned to training over the past couple of days, with a number of players sporting questionable hairstyles.

Roberto Firmino

Definitely a different look for Firmino, who always rocked a short back and sides with a bit of length on top.

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Unfortunately, the new do and moustache does make him look similar to a young Ross Geller.

Sadio Mane

Mane has had the same hairstyle for as long as we can remember, but he has grown it out a bit in recent weeks.

It is certainly an interesting look.

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Paul Pogba

Definitely a plainer look than we used to seeing from the Frenchman.

Heung-Min Son

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Son is fresh off a stint with the South Korean army, meaning he is in the midst of recovering from a buzz cut. Suits him.

Alisson Becker

Alisson Becker gave up on cutting his hair a good while ago, so he probably would have been rocking this look regardless of the lockdown.

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Erik Lamela

As Donald Trump would say: If in doubt, get the bleach out.

Kepa Arrizabalaga

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Kepa is definitely going with the au natural look.

N'Golo Kante

A small change for Kante, but we have never seen him without a shaved head before.

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang

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Another man letting it all grow out.

Adama Traore

Traore usually has a very stylish look, but we are a fan of the afro.

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Kasper Schemichel

You wouldn't get away with it in Peter's day...

Jonny Evans

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Jonny Evans clearly just said 'feck this'...

Michael Obafemi

Another small change, but we had to get a Republic of Ireland player on the list.

Jack Grealish

Some mop on him. To be fair, he couldn't be caught sneaking out of the house for a second time to get a trim...

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