Marouane Fellaini Claims He's Not An Aggressive Person
Marouane Fellaini might have a reputation for barging people out of the way on the football pitch but the Manchester United man wants to drop the label of being an aggressive person.
Grace, finesse, poise, subtlety are not exactly the type of words that you'd tend to use when talking about Marouane Fellaini.
The often maligned Manchester United midfielder, who often becomes the team's saviour, isn't exactly known for his self control and calm manner on the football pitch.
More often than not it's his argy bargy style of throwing limbs all over the place that are a part of the Belgian's reputation as a footballer, that and his ability to head the ball.
But Fellaini wants to drop the labels as part of Lynx's campaign 'Ditch Labels. Ditch Bullying,' which seeks to end the use of harmful labels and will see the brand launch a body spray and shower gel without their own label to promote anti-bullying charity Ditch The Label, with 100% of the profits going to charity.
Speaking about the campaign Fellaini said, "Lynx and Ditch the Label are doing really important work raising awareness for anti-bullying, so I wanted to support a cause that is making such a great impact amongst young people"
LYNX's partners, Ditch the Label and Promundo found that in the UK nearly a quarter of adults had felt they'd been bullied with over half of them saying it was due to their appearance and just under half because of their hobbies and interests.
It's time to follow Fellaini and Lynx and drop the labels.