Huddersfield player dyes beard in club colours for charity | inside World Soccer

Huddersfield Town midfielder Adam Clayton wore an amazing blue and white beard against Leicester City on Saturday to help raise money for the Town Foundation charity.

The former Manchester City trainee had been growing his beard out since the middle of the season to benefit the club's charitable foundation, which provides breakfasts at schools across Kirklees.

Hoping to bring attention to a good cause, the age 25-year-old vowed that he would dye his beard blue and white of Huddersfield if donations topped his goal of £1000 raised.

As the donations neared the £1,000 mark, Clayton and his black beard visited a hair salon for a makeover.

For some reason, though, his beard wouldn't take the white dye and just hours before the game, Clayton resorted to face paint.

In the end, he got the job done and the result was a stripey beard that matched his shirt.

Sadly, the beard has gone now because his wife Amanda wasn't as big a fan of the unique look.


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