What a top, top statement from the LA Galaxy winger.
Most footballers – ahem Roberto Firmino, Raheem Sterling and Aaron Ramsey – just to name a few, have totally shit lids for absolutely no reason – no, Ramsey, it doesn’t make you any less boring having a blonde barnet – so the fact the American dyes his hair for his Gran and Grandad is just brilliant.
Rather than walking into the barbers and asking for a short, back and business – looks like loud, fluorescent and noticeable is the regular order of the day.
To give an insight into what a legend the La Galaxy man is, the 25-year-old explains the reason behind the mohawk in an interview with KICK.
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Januzaj seems to be morphing into Macheda Part 2: revenge of the one hit wonder.
Now I know he's head and shoulders above good old Federico, but either way it seems like his career will turn out the same way; too weak and not enough overall talent.
Struggling to believe that the striker is the same one that had a superb 'purple patch' whilst at Manchester City.
Poor spell in La Liga with Valencia, coupled with an underwhelming start to life with Middlesbrough, means it's time to pack those bags for the US.
JT's teammate has officially undone his legacy at Chelsea, with almost two seasons of incompetent defending.
It's time for the Serbian international to leave English shores, and join former colleague Ashley Cole in LA Galaxy's back-line.
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The Leicester City forward was the unsung hero in the Foxes' historic Premier League title win, last season.
Additions of Ahmed Musa and Islam Slimani have seen the Japanese international sidelined.
The 30-year-old deserves his time in the spotlight, to be the main man; he can do that over in America.
RF) Wayne Rooney
Ay? Very odd choice. Again, Wazza Roo could be pretty special on his day. But, surely there are some others out there who impress slightly more? Rivaldo, Ronaldinho, to name just two. Image Source: Getty Images
Turned down summer moves to West Bromwich Albion and Stoke City, despite knowing his Liverpool career is over.
The Frenchman's stock has fallen dramatically since his Paris Saint-Germain days, so it's time for a fresh start.
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Perhaps an element of Andriy's Chelsea days getting the better of him here? A solid centre-back, but to put JT in the ultimate XI, really?! Image Source: Perform
So far removed from Pep Guardiola's plans, the Ivorian may as well be running out for Orlando City with Kaka and Andrea Pirlo, now.
We all know the outcast Manchester United midfielder is heading to the MLS. It's now just a case of 'when'.
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Sadly for Zardes, the American is missing for the remainder of the 2016 season with a broken foot, so Grandma and Grandad have kept at a distance from the ground. Real shame for Zardes after LA Galaxy reached the Audi MLS Cup Playoffs.