With Kaizer Chiefs star Itumeleng Khune embracing the Movember spirit in sporting a moustache, we look at five of the most iconic moustaches in football. Check it out!
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The Brazilian might be relatively unknown to many accustomed to the modern game. but in the 1970s, Rivellino was one of the most creative players around. As the creator of the "elastico" skill move, the 1970 World Cup winner sported a distinctive moustache too.
As arguably one of the most recognisable footballers during his playing days, Gullit not only sported an impressive head of deadlocks but a trendy moustache too.
A relentless goalscorer during the 1980s for Liverpool, Rush was not only known for banging in the goals but for his well-trimmed moustache as well. His well-groomed dark hair and moustache made him one of the English game's most recognised figures.
Hailed by many as Arsenal's greatest ever goalkeeper, Seaman was easily distinguishable from all other players he played with. This was because of his hair that he put in a ponytail and, of course, that moustache.
Not much is known about Borges today, but the Portuguese footballer of the 1950s was known for his thick moustache that covered most of his mouth!
Who do you think had the best/worst moustache?