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Last Updated: Saturday, 28 January 2006, 20:10 GMT
A cut above the rest?

Togo's Yao Aziawonou

Togo's Yao Aziawonou sports one of the more colourful haircuts on display at the African Nations Cup

Togo's Yao Senaya

Not to be outdone, Aziawonou's team-mate Yao Senaya sports a blond patch at the top of his shaved head

Guinea winger Fode Mansare

Fode Mansare is looking almost as sharp as his hairstyle down the wing as Guinea ease through the group stage

Ferdinand Coly

Former Birmingham defender Ferdinand Coly's flowing locks have stood out in the Senegal starting line-up

Jean Makoun (left)

Cameroon are cruising thanks to goals from Samuel Eto'o but should Jean Makoun's spiky cut take the headlines

Tunisia's Radhi Jaidi

Tunisia and Bolton defender Radhi Jaidi has been turning heads in Egypt with his take on the perm

Zimbabwe keeper Gift Muzadzi

Zimbabwe keeper Gift Muzadzi's flowing dreadlocks are yet to help him keep a clean sheet

Nigeria's John Mikel Obi (left) and Christian Obodo

Nigeria's John Mikel Obi favours a spiky look, while team-mate Christian Obodo goes for a corn row mullet

Wilson Oruma

Wilson Oruma takes Obodo's look to the next level as Nigeria stake a claim for the crown of most exceptional haircuts

South Africa skipper Sibusiso Zuma

And South Africa skipper Sibusiso Zuma realises it may be time to change his trademark peroxide blond finish

A cut above the rest
28 Jan 06 |  African


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