Arturo Vidal has hilariously claimed that 'these bald guys are complicated' after discussing Erik ten Hag's treatment of Cristiano Ronaldo, which naturally has made us think – exactly who is the most complicated bald manager of them all?
The bald manager has become somewhat of a footballing phenomenon in recent times, particularly following the rise of Pep Guardiola. For all of his tactical and managerial prowess, he can sometimes come across as a bit of a madman. Some reckon that it's simply a common gene among the best bald managers in football.
Vidal certainly seems to think so, anyway, so we're putting it to the test today and ranking all of the best bald managers in the game by how 'complicated' they seem.
Continually floats between pundit, manager, assistant coach and Kate Abdo's admirer. Bit of an identity crisis forming. Suave, but the baldness is slowly taking over.
Reason for being complicated: Identity crisis.
Complicated rating: 5/10
Pioli, while an immensely stylish and now a Scudetto-winning Milan manager, is a bit of a unique case. Makes strange tactical and personnel decisions aplenty and was never meant to be the guy to revive Milan, but somehow randomly did.
Reason for being complicated: Somehow keeps winning despite calls for his sack every month.
Complicated rating: 5.5/10
New to the management game, Kompany wowed just about everyone in his first season at Burnley with total football-style dominance. His head is massive, though, and he wears strange touchline garms.
Reason for being complicated: Won't ever take off that cap, no matter the outfit. Grow up.
Complicated rating: 6/10
Is he actually any good as a manager? Really? Nobody knows, and that's absolutely mental considering he's won Real Madrid threeRead on m.allfootballapp.com