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Aaron Ramsey gets new haircut - Twitter reacts

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When Aaron Ramsey dyed his hair peroxide blonde ahead of this summer's European Championships, he started a little trend.

In fact, one of the greatest footballers in the world, Lionel Messi, even copied Ramsey’s style.

However, it’s fair to say that Ramsey’s latest style won’t be catching on.

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The Welshman, now with silver hair, has had two lines shaved into his head and it looks pretty bizarre.

Of course, as soon as social media got hold of an image of Ramsey’s new haircut, the midfielder was ridiculed.

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The reaction has been quite brilliant. Check out the best tweets below:

To be fair to the 25-year-old, he’s currently injured and probably needed to re-style his hair to pass a bit of time.

Ramsey suffered a hamstring injury against Liverpool on the opening weekend of the season with his manager, Arsene Wenger, admitting that he knew he was already suffering from a knock.

Wenger on Ramsey's injury

“Aaron Ramsey came back on to the pitch not exactly the same. We knew he had a hamstring problem and our half-time was disturbed by injury problems,” he said.


And the French boss has revealed when Ramsey is set to return after he missed the 0-0 draw with Leicester and will remain absent for the upcoming clash against Watford.

"He should be back after the international break,” he added.

Next time he takes to the field, don’t be surprised to see Ramsey with a slightly different hairstyle to the picture above after the amount of abuse he’s taken on Twitter.

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