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    Wayne Rooney’s bald cure

    Seems Mr. Rooney is looking into treatment for his hair-loss.

    http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage...bald-cure.html

    I hope it works out well for him, it's great that more celebrities are being open about getting treatment, though going by the picture he was trying to remain incognito.
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    Re: Wayne Rooney’s bald cure

    Hmm, I get the feeling he has'nt done much research. I dont see how he'll be able to get away with the post op downtime. But worst of all I can imagine that this is one of the most notoriously bad clinics in the UK. Most of them do consults in Harley street to try and gain some credibility. I can imagine some salesman giving him all the spiel and promising him a head of hair like Steve Gerrard.

    Just goes to show though even the UK's biggest name in football earning £300,000 a week is still self conscious enough about losing his hair to resort to surgery.
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    Re: Wayne Rooney’s bald cure

    Quote Originally Posted by s.a.f
    Just goes to show though even the UK's biggest name in football earning £300,000 a week is still self conscious enough about losing his hair to resort to surgery.
    I was thinking the same thing, I think we care about our image even we *know* other people don't.
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    Re: Wayne Rooney’s bald cure

    He's just posted on Twitter:

    'Just to confirm to all my followers I have had a hair transplant. I was going bald at 25 why not. I'm delighted with the result'

    I wonder how much he paid, and why would he be delighted with the result already - I thought it would take time to see the results!

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    Re: Wayne Rooney’s bald cure

    And another one:

    'It's still a bit bruised and swollen when it dies down u will be the first to see it. Anyone recommend any good hair gel. Haha'

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    Re: Wayne Rooney’s bald cure

    Seems he did have a transplant so we can forgive the had and hood considering what he just went though
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    Re: Wayne Rooney’s bald cure

    The (surprisingly kind in this case) Daily Mail reckon he's had an FUE treatment

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/ar ... linic.html

    you'd have to think this Harley St place had their best surgeon on the case as their reputation is on the line with such a high profile candidate. So maybe Rooney will get a good result. He is about NW5 now, something like what Jason Gardner was able to get should be ideal.
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    Re: Wayne Rooney’s bald cure

    I *think* I kinda know one of the technicians who did the procedure (something I read on Facebook leads me to add 2+2 together, though I maybe be making 6).

    If so, he's had a good job and should have a good result.

    I'll be gutted if he has a bad result
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    Re: Wayne Rooney’s bald cure

    Loving that they have a pic of him coming out of the place with a cap on and hoodie pulled up ...what are the chances there is a paparazzi camped outside these places 24/7?
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    Re: Wayne Rooney’s bald cure

    Well, it is Harley street and between there, Wimpole street and Great Portland Street there are often paps nearby; that being said I suspect (as I think you do) that it's more than likely the result of a tip-off

    I'm in that area about once a month, I wonder if I can get myself papped if I go around with a hoodie pulled tight and rush into the back of a car when ever I see someone on a motorbike?
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