WORLD-class sports activities superstars push every thing to the restrict – together with their generally suspect style in trend.
It takes a particular sort of consideration to element, depth and psychological edge to succeed in the summit of any self-discipline.
And the world of favor seems to be no completely different for quite a lot of family names.
For each effortlessly cool icon like Pep Guardiola, there’s a garish chinchilla coat-wearing Tyson Fury able to hog the limelight.
Right here, we check out the extra questionable choices maybe made whereas these heroes had been getting dressed at the hours of darkness…
Neymar and Lewis Hamilton
Double denim? Verify. Sun shades that Bono from U2 would seemingly put on? Verify. Orange trousers which can be clearly too lengthy within the leg? Verify.
Neymar, the world’s costliest footballer, and four-time Method One world champion Hamilton bought collectively for this memorable ‘crime’ towards trend.
Take nothing away from the 2 mates, they often look the epitome of innovative cool.
However these outfits appear like they had been pinched from the wardrobe of a finances 1980s movie set.
The Arsenal right-back is speedy on the pitch and equally fast at sussing out the newest tendencies.
Nonetheless, this Hugh Hefner-inspired look – which included girls’s pyjamas – could also be one he opts to not pull off once more.
Previous to that he wore a £2,655 outfit that included some tartan trousers that might not have appeared misplaced on Doddie Weir.
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Former heavyweight king Fury wore this controversial £9,000 chinchilla fur coat last month to battle the “f***ing freezing” weather.
Fury – who says he will return to the ring in April this year – stands 6ft 8in.
But even managed to look small in the massive fashion fail.
Ever feel tied down by all the clothing options out there?
Liverpool star Firmino certainly does – which is probably why he decided to wear this peculiar metal neck accessory.
It can be gold, it can be red – it simply does not matter to the vibrant Brazilian.
The Hex tie – a creation of American style guru Enrique Alejandro Peral – was retailing for £515 before being dropped in price to just £36 on the brand’s official website.
And while they may not be too popular with the general public, they are with sports stars: MMA star Max Holloway has also been seen in one.
Donovan once sang ‘they call me mellow yellow’.
And one can only presume that was what was going through the head of former Arsenal, Barcelona and West Ham star Song when he went for this eye-popping ensemble.
It’s one thing to limit a fashion disaster just to yourself.
But Song clearly likes to spread the love.
And he did so by dressing his boys Nolan and Kaylian in matching outfits.
Is it a coat? Is it a scarf? Is it an outlandish type of new waistcoat?
Chances are we will never truly understand what the Manchester United midfielder was wearing in this photo.
Or what was going through his head when he put it on.
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With age comes many things: knowledge, patience, experience… and a strong inclination not to care what anybody else thinks about you.
Case in point is the current Everton boss with these shoes.
Brown and orange should never go together.
Add in bright red socks – the colour of rivals Liverpool – and you have an unforgettable mixture.