Jamie O’Hara’s ‘Rise of the Footsoldier hair’ has fans asking ‘what’s happened’

Ex-Spurs ace Jamie O'Hara has taken to social media to defend his ragged bedhead hairdo whilst chatting on talkSPORT.

The now retired midfielder, who has pivoted to punditry with talkSPORT and Sky Sports since hanging up his boots, was chatting to the former about Tottenham's weekend clash against Manchester City, which sees Ange Postecoglou's side head to the Etihad with an injury ravaged squad.

As things stand, Spurs will be without James Maddison, Ryan Sessegnon, Ivan Perisic, Manor Solomon, Richarlison, Micky Van de Ven and Rodrigo Bentancur as well as Cristian Romero, who is suspended.

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"He [Postecoglou] has come out and been pretty adamant and said 'we're playing this way, that's the way I want to make the team to play," O'Hara explained on talkSPORT ahead of the clash against Man City.

"And look, we had chances against Chelsea, we lost. We had chances against Aston Villa, we ended up losing – but they have created chances. If we take them chances, you win them games.

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"So it is fine margins at the moment but the Premier League is fine margins, all the teams are fine margins. I'd rather us go and get beat at Man City 3-1, but we've played some exciting football, we've had some big chances and someone ain't had their shooting boots on than just sit in and nick a point – that's boring! We've done that in the past.

But, there were plenty who watched the clip talkSPORT posted on social media, bemused at how ragged O'Hara looked, with the ex-Tottenham star resembling Terry Stone's Tony Tucker from the British gangster film 'Rise of the Footsoldier'. One fan commented: "He looks like a London back cab driver now what has happened to him."

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A second added: "Supporting Spurs, that’s what’s happened." A third wrote: "Mate sort your hair out." And a fourth said: "Loved him Rise of the Footsoldier what you think @jasoncundy05."

However, O'Hara himself managed to make light of the situation, replying to the talkSPORT clip with: "Look like I’ve been dug up and had a three day sesh with Brazil. This was straight out of bed at 8am with no coffee."

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