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According to Paul McCartney, money can't buy you love. It also can't make your hair stick around when you're refereeing football matches in Australia, if what's happened to Mark Clattenburg's barnet is anything to go by.
In February, the English referee announced that he would be making the move from the Premier League to Saudi Arabia, pocketing £500,000-a-year in the process.
However, when he took to the field to officiate an international friendly between Australia and Brazil in Melbourne earlier today, nobody was talking about Clattenburg's pay packet.
Clattenburg, before his hair started to go all Uncle fucking Fester. Image: PA
Instead, everyone was fixated on the disaster that occurred atop the former Premier League official's head.
His hair had well and truly gone for a fucking wander.
And where has Clattenburg's hair gone? pic.twitter.com/cx5XdPSfUz- Matt Somerford (@somerfjord) June 13, 2017
Blimey, Clattenburg looks like the bloke who delivers bog rolls to Walter White in New Hampshire. pic.twitter.com/Drodp0RTg0- David Squires (@squires_david) June 13, 2017
The Saudi Arabian climate hasn't been kind to Mark Clattenburg - wonder if Advanced Hair Studio have an office in Riyadh? pic.twitter.com/s8wHFVnm1U- Sporting Index (@sportingindex) June 13, 2017
Good god, Clattenburg's done away with the baldness-"concealing" hair gel. Well done, if a little late. #AUSvBRA- Evan Morgan Grahame (@Evan_M_G) June 13, 2017
Me on a Friday night vs me on a Monday morning.- Coral (@Coral) June 13, 2017
Saudi Arabia has not been kind to Mark Clattenburg... pic.twitter.com/3BpYJYuq4k
Clattenburg left his hairline back in England pic.twitter.com/6b1GhXWVEE- ㅤㅤㅤ (@MartialFlicks) June 13, 2017
Clattenburg has apparently had hair transplant treatment in the past, but it now looks as though the 13-year Premier League veteran is allowing nature to take its course. Fair play.
(H/T Give Me Sport)