Joe Lolley has joined a number of Nottingham Forest players in commenting on Joe Worrall’s change of haircut, which sees the defender’s head shaved.
Worrall trained on Wednesday morning with his club donning a new haircut change and a post by Forest’s official twitter account of him in action has prompted a response.
Sabri Lamouchi’s side have been in superb form this season and especially over the winter period, winning their last three league games.
Breaking from league action at the weekend, Forest faced Premier League giants Chelsea and they gave a good account of themselves, narrowly losing 2-0 to exit the FA Cup third round.
Worrall has been in consistently good form for Forest this term, and has provided Lamouchi with a solid centre-back pairing alongside Tobias Figueiredo.
The 22-year-old central defender was in training with his teammates preparing for the weekend clash with Reading, and the City Ground fan favourite has seen his new hairstyle much talked about on social media.
Forest winger Joe Lolley reacted to the tweet from Worrall, who has given Worrall a new nickname, ‘Joe Watson’ – suggesting his new trim resembles that of Forest teammate Ben Watson.
— Joe Worrall (@JoeWorrall5) January 8, 2020
😂😭😭 Joe Watson
— Joe Lolley (@JLolley23) January 8, 2020
The photo also caused much an uproar on Instagram, where both Forest youngster Brennan Johnson and on-loan Milwall keeper Luke Steele commented.
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Johnson was first to react on Instagram with a laughing face emoji, before Luke Steele did similar, commented with a shocked look.
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A drastic change for Worrall, but you have to admire everything Forest are doing at the moment.
The players for the Reds are very active on social media, but they have connected the club and the club’s fans to each other, and that is important for the second half of the season as Lamouchi looks to gain promotion to the Premier League.
Worrall has been in superb form this term and he will continue to play an important part, shaved hair or not…