Football coach’s haircut ripped to shreds as fans could ‘comb it or shoot it’

Rangers coach Cameron Campbell went viral after his haircut caught the attention on social media.

Campbell was being interviewed following his under-18 side's success in the Scottish FA Youth Cup in a clip shared to Twitter. But fans were solely focused on his barnet and not his reaction to the 2-1 final win for the Gers youth side over Hearts' youngsters on Wednesday (April 27).

One replied: "Don't know whether to comb it or shoot it." Another wrote: "That's what you call a fringe!" A third commented: "I've watched this about 100 times and I still can't work out how he's done that."

"How am I to believe there is a god when this man was blessed with full hairline and mine has been degrading since I was 16," joked one Twitter user.

One person asked: "I don't get it. What has he asked his barber for that makes your hair look like a flat cap?"

Other posts read "absurd doesn't quite cover it" and "thought it was a hat" as the Peaky Blinders comparisons flooded in. "Today, I fail to understand hair. I am now old," replied another.

Campbell, from Lossiemouth, expressed his pride after watching the Rangers U18s win at Hampden Park. He told the club website: "Proud is probably a good word to describe it.

"We see how much work the boys do on a consistent basis as they come through the Academy, seeing them get a moment like this to reach the Scottish Youth Cup Final and lifting the trophy is a huge moment for them and one that we are really proud to go see them do."

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