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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