Celtic new boy books hair transplant
New Celtic footballer Gary Mackay-Steven is hoping to complete a hat-trick at the end of this season. But it isn’t a hat-trick in the conventional sense. He will be the third Celtic player to undergo treatment for male pattern baldness, behind Anthony Stokes and Leigh Griffiths.
Male pattern baldness affects nearly half of all men over the age of fifty, but can affect men of all ages; as is seen by these footballers, all of whom are still in their 20’s.
Mackay-Steven, 24, who joined on transfer deadline day from Dundee United, tweeted his 27,000 followers, stating his intention to follow in his new team mate’s footsteps, saying that he is all booked in to “get the barnet sorted” when the Scottish Premier League comes to a close at the end of May this year.
It is already well known that celebrities such as the Hobbit actor James Nesbitt and England football captain Wayne Rooney have undergone the male hair transplant procedure; both of whom have been seen confidently sporting their new hairstyles.
Best of luck to Gary with his new team, and more importantly, his new hairstyle!