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Sergio Ramos fan gets awful likeness shaved into his hair of Real Madrid man

It's nice to know that, among all the stamping, tantrums and playacting, Sergio Ramos still has fans out there.

Indeed, one young Real Madrid supporter decided to pay homage to his hero by having the club captain's image shaved into the back of his head.

The only minor issue was that the barber responsible obviously didn't double check his picture of Ramos until afterwards.

Already a viral hit in Spain, the dreadful Ramos effort above can now take its place in the great pantheon of attempted tribute hair 'dos -- some decidedly better than others.

While undeniably and impressively accurate, this England fan's tribute to Steven Gerrard raised more questions than it answered when it did the social media rounds in 2014.

One Juventus fan was so enamoured with his club's acquisition of Juan Cuadrado that he preempted the deal by having the Colombian winger's head, shoulders and dreadlocks shaved and dyed about his person.

For reasons unclear, the barber who created this stunning folicular portrait of *checks notes* Lionel Messi was proud enough to plaster his name all over the corresponding reveal video.

Last and by all means the most harrowing was this hirsute Galatasaray fan's attempt to show Didier Drogba just how much he appreciated the Ivorian striker.

There is no other word for it, that's just gross. Pure and simple. Gross.

So, next time you're scoffing at a picture of slightly wonky player's face shaved into a supporter's head, just remember that it could always be much, much worse!

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