Liverpool's Spice Boys & 10 Worst Football Fashion Faux Pas Of All Time

We've ran down the least fashionable footballing moments ever (and there have been plenty to choose from...)
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We've ran down the least fashionable footballing moments ever (and there have been plenty to choose from...)

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Featuring players from Leeds, Liverpool and Manchester United. 

Footballers are a notoriously unfashionable bunch so we're running down some of the WORST fashion faux-pas of all time...

10. Norman Hunter, 1973

Being a winner of the PFA Players Player of the Year is a big gig. Even when you’re the first recipient of it way back in 1973. Which probably explains why Norman Hunter from the all-conquering Leeds United sides of the late 60’s and early 70’s made such an effort. The only problem was that in 1973 the look was the Bob Monkhouse/Mike Yarwood style of Northern club compere. Dressed to the nines in a dinner suit so shiny you needed shades to protect your retinas, with black tubing so thick that you could lay TV cables along it and a bow tie so large it looked like Papua New Guinea’s largest dark butterfly.

With our Norman recently quoted as saying "I can't remember too many players with depression when I was playing” - it wasn’t surprising when you dress as sharply as old “Bite yer legs” did.

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