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Caythorpe Fellaini lookalike has hair dyed blond like Manchester United football star




Nathan Underwood, assistant manager of the Red Lion in Caythorpe, after having his hair dyed, Fellaini-style.
Nathan Underwood, assistant manager of the Red Lion in Caythorpe, after having his hair dyed, Fellaini-style.

Nathan Underwood already had the looks of sports star Marouane Fellaini so when the footballer dyed his hair blond there was only one thing to do.

Nathan has followed suit by dying his bushy hair blond in Fellaini fashion and has raised money for charity at the same time.

Nathan Underwood, assistant manager at the Red Lion in Caythorpe, just before he had his hair dyed, Fellaini-style.
Nathan Underwood, assistant manager at the Red Lion in Caythorpe, just before he had his hair dyed, Fellaini-style.

Nathan, assistant manager of the Red Lion pub in Caythorpe, has been turning heads for a while as customers suddenly see the remarkable Fellaini resemblance.

Nathan said: “The majority of the regulars that come into the pub called me Fellaini beforehand and even more so now, even customers that don’t know me tell me I look like him.”

Even though it was done for charity, Nathan seems to like the new look.

He added: “I’m keeping it like this for the time being. I’m actually quite fond of it. It was a shock at first as I have never had my hair dyed before but after a week I’m actually quite liking it.”

Marouane Fellaini, of Manchester Unted, before going blond. Photo: Nigel French/PA Wire. EMN-160218-143042002
Marouane Fellaini, of Manchester Unted, before going blond. Photo: Nigel French/PA Wire. EMN-160218-143042002

Nathan had his hair dyed at Inspire in Caythorpe and thanked the staff for giving their time - and the hair dye- for the cause. He raised £260 for Cancer Research.

Belgian footballer Fellaini plays for Manchester United. He dyed his hair blond before playing for his country in the European Championships this summer. Wales beat Belgium 3-1 in the quarter-finals of the competition.



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