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http://newsimg.bbc.co.uk/media/images/38983000/jpg/_38983591_jmgullit203.jpg

 

One interesting thing that nobody has considered on this forum is how Ruud Gullits dreadlocks have had a dramatic impact on the entire history of football.

 

The picture above, taken during the Sunderland game, is a perfect example of Gullit's tenure at Newcastle, the dreadlocks reaching down towards the invisible success line but not quite getting there, and this lack of dreadlock length inevitably causing our failure in the FA Cup final and led to the bad day in the rain.

 

 

Compare the below picture with Gullit at Chelsea:

 

http://www.hhrf.org/magyarszo/arhiva/040106/kepek/gullit.jpg

 

At this moment in his life, a few of his dreadlocks had passed the invisible success line, leading to a couple of Chelsea cup wins. But they were already starting to shrink, and after a couple of seasons Gullit was sacked.

 

In the most successful part of his career, winning Euro 88 with Holland as captain, as well as numerous trophies with AC Milan. Gullit looked like this:

 

http://newsimg.bbc.co.uk/media/images/40066000/jpg/_40066645_holland270.jpg

 

Is it no wonder that with each dreadlock way down below the invisible success line that Gullit achieved so much during this part of his life?

 

So what does the future hold for Gullit and Newcastle United? Well for Gullit, his dreadlocks have dissappeared at an exponential rate, and have now gone all together. With hair like as shown below, it is no wonder that Gullit failed at Feyenoord, and unless there is a hair re-growth miracle, Gullit is doomed to fail for the rest of his career.

 

http://www.sterrenbeurs.nl/img/news/bio/Ruud_Gullit_67931c.jpg

 

As for Newcastle, the closest to success we have come since Gullit left has been during the Bernard mini-dreadlock period. This is no coincidence. Souness and our star players are just several long dreadlocks away from bringing success to our beloved football club.

 

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Classic and by far the best explanation of mr Gullits career I have ever read.

 

In this pic he does look like a cross between a younger Steven Segala nd an Older Peter Andre  bluelaugh.gif

http://www.sterrenbeurs.nl/img/news/bio/Ruud_Gullit_67931c.jpg

 

 

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Classic and by far the best explanation of mr Gullits career I have ever read.

 

In this pic he does look like a cross between a younger Steven Segala nd an Older Peter Andre bluelaugh.gif

http://www.sterrenbeurs.nl/img/news/bio/Ruud_Gullit_67931c.jpg

 

 

 

Not something I'd like to be said about my appearance, but it is true.

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  • 4 weeks later...
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Gullit wasn't all that bad when he was at Feyenoord... But he always had a huge fight with Derksen, the media-dictator.. If he'd be friends with him, then everybody would have still loved Gullit.

 

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Didnt realise others couldnt reply here, so to be fair he is a reply from Taylor27:

 

Personally, I wouldn't say Baba had dreads, and if he did, they were going up, rather than falling down below the invisible success line.

 

His performances havent improved either, they have always been good, but people just had an unbalanced vendetta against him cos Souness signed him.

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