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January 13, 2017 — by MCutts0


You also have to play football with brains. That is why we are now looking at the heads. Even if the FIFA Women’s World Cup is still going on for a while, we’ve probably seen the most important thing when it comes to hairstyles.

Somewhere logical too

Yellow jersey, yellow hair – black jersey, black hair. Sure, it fits. Here, the referee Sandra Braz (r.) And the South African record international Janina van Wyk hug. Van Wyk, who already completed her 150th international match in 2018, the yellow-blonde hair is apparently too boring. That’s why there was still green on top.

Long versus short

Janina van Wyk’s teammate also has blond-colored hair – and wears it even shorter. Busisiwe Ndimeni (r.) Is her name. Here in a duel with the German international Giulia Gwinn, who scored the first goal of the German team in this tournament in the game against China on June 8th. Her long hair is braided.

Head versus head

One will hit the ball with the head. There’s nothing in the way with a bun. Australian Katrina Gorry (left), who was named Asian Footballer of the Year in 2014, and Jamaican football player Havana Solaun are trying here.

Head versus ball

With this hairstyle every header works – or at least it is not because the header does not reach its goal. Elena Linari heads my short one blonde hair for Italy.

Hair funnel

The more you enlarge the surface, the better you get the ball? Even if the hair looks like a funnel that leads the ball to the head – unfortunately this is not the case. Her long hair is unlikely to benefit Canadian international Jessie Fleming.

So much time has to be

Three times Brazil, three times ponytails. Twice, however, the ponytail doesn’t seem to be sitting properly. That’s why the Brazilian international Thaisa de Moraes Rosa Morena (left), short Thaisa, and her team-mate Marta Vieira da Silva, short Marta, judge him. The six-time world footballer has just scored her 17th goal at a World Cup, overtaking Miroslav Klose.

Unique?

She is the first female soccer player in this compilation to wear neither a short hairstyle nor a ponytail. Her name: Wendie Renard. Your position: defense. Your nationality: French. Your advantage: Home World Cup. It is therefore not surprising that the French are in first place in their group.

Leopard scalp?

Here the Dutch Shanice van de Sanden (left) and Cameroonian Yvonne Leuko fight for the ball. But what is the Dutch wearing? What looks like leopard fur is only dyed own hair. Anyone who says in this picture gallery ‘When it comes to women’s football, attention is only paid to hairstyles’ should be said: 1. DW primarily reports on sporting achievements.

Hairstyles are a matter of taste

. and 2. – and this is the main point – it is much more pleasant to focus on the hairstyles of female soccer players (here Germany’s national coach Martina Voss-Tecklenburg and striker Linda Dallmann). The hairstyles of some male colleagues are sometimes difficult to bear.

Awaken the tiger in you!

But even in the 1990s there were hairstyles for male soccer players that took some getting used to. Stefan Effenberg, German national player from 1991 to 1998, probably thought that such a tiger looks good. That’s how he thought it was. Well, the 90s. Fortunately, we are there.

What’s my name again??

If the French international and world champion of 2018 doesn’t know his name, he can ask a teammate to read the name to him in his hair. "Pogba" It is there. Oh yes, it is on the jersey too. Sometimes it’s better to just let the hair grow normally.

Football legends with legendary hairstyles

However, simply letting it grow doesn’t always have to be good. German football legends Paul Breitner (left) and Günter Netzer looked more like rock stars than footballers in the 1970s. But well, maybe it has now become clear why we only show the hairstyles of female footballers in the picture gallery.

Somewhere logical too

Yellow jersey, yellow hair – black Leotard, black hair. Sure, it fits. Here, the referee Sandra Braz (r.) And the South African record international Janina van Wyk hug. Van Wyk, who already completed her 150th international match in 2018, the yellow-blonde hair is apparently too boring. That’s why there was still green on top.

Long versus short

Janina van Wyk’s teammate also has blond-colored hair – and wears it even shorter. Busisiwe Ndimeni (r.) Is her name. Here in a duel with the German international Giulia Gwinn, who scored the first goal of the German team in this tournament in the game against China on June 8th. Her long hair is braided.

Head versus head

One will hit the ball with the head. There’s nothing in the way with a bun. In any case, here the Australian Katrina Gorry (left) try it 2014 Asia was named soccer player of the year, and Jamaican soccer player Havana Solaun.

Head versus ball

With this hairstyle every header works – or at least it is not because the header does not reach its goal. Elena Linari heads my short blonde hair for Italy.

Hair funnel

The more you enlarge the surface, the better you get the ball? Even if the hair looks like a funnel that leads the ball to the head – unfortunately this is not the case. Her long hair is unlikely to benefit Canadian international Jessie Fleming.

So much time has to be

Three times Brazil, three times ponytails. Twice, however, the ponytail doesn’t seem to be sitting properly. That’s why the Brazilian international Thaisa de Moraes Rosa Morena (left), short Thaisa, and her team-mate Marta Vieira da Silva, short Marta, judge him. The six-time world soccer player has just scored her 17th goal at a World Cup, overtaking Miroslav Klose.

Unique?

She is the first female soccer player in this compilation to wear neither a short hairstyle nor a ponytail. Her name: Wendie Renard. Your position: defense. Your nationality: French. Your advantage: Home World Cup. It is therefore not surprising that the French are in first place in their group.

Leopard scalp?

Here the Dutch Shanice van de Sanden (left) and Cameroonian Yvonne Leuko fight for the ball. But what is the Dutch wearing? What looks like leopard fur is only dyed own hair. Anyone who says in this picture gallery ‘When it comes to women’s football, attention is only paid to hairstyles’ should be said: 1. DW primarily reports on sporting achievements.

Hairstyles are a matter of taste

. and 2. – and this is the main point – it is much more pleasant to focus on the hairstyles of female soccer players (here Germany’s national coach Martina Voss-Tecklenburg and striker Linda Dallmann). The hairstyles of some male colleagues are sometimes difficult to bear.

Awaken the tiger in you!

But even in the 1990s there were hairstyles for male soccer players that took some getting used to. Stefan Effenberg, German national player from 1991 to 1998, probably thought that such a tiger looks good. That’s how he thought it was. Well, the 90s. Fortunately, we are there.

What’s my name again??

If the French international and world champion of 2018 doesn’t know his name, he can ask a teammate to read the name to him in his hair. "Pogba" It is there. Oh yes, it is on the jersey too. Sometimes it’s better to just let the hair grow normally.

Football legends with legendary hairstyles

However, simply letting it grow doesn’t always have to be good. German football legends Paul Breitner (left) and Günter Netzer looked more like rock stars than footballers in the 1970s. But well, maybe it has now become clear why we only show the hairstyles of female footballers in the picture gallery.

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