Jozy Altidore Rocked a World Class Haircut vs. Jamaica


Don’t tell Jozy Altidore tonight’s U.S./Jamaica World Cup qualifier doesn’t have high stakes. The American striker brought his A hair-game to Sporting Park in Kansas City with this fresh cut. It was probably the highlight of the first half, which finished 0-0.

It’s doubtful Altidore would be allowed to express such personal freedom were Paolo Di Canio still manager at his club team, Sunderland however the dictator-like Italian was fired earlier this month.

Anthony Mason certainly approves of Altidore’s look.

The U.S. qualified for the World Cup last month with it’s 2-0 win over Mexico.

Altidore later added an 81st-minute tap-in set up by Edgar Castillo as the U.S. went on to win 2-0 and clinch first place in CONCACAF qualifying. Graham Zusi, who came on as a sub, opened the scoring for the U.S.

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