Being a football manager may have its perks in terms of salary and winning silverware, but there’s no denying it’s one hell of a stressful job.
That stress can only increase exponentially when your team isn’t performing too, as West Ham boss Slaven Bilic can attest to.
The Croat has seen his Hammers side begin 2016/17 in terrible form, crashing out of the Europa League in the qualifying rounds and floundering in 18th position in the Premier League.
It’s enough for Bilic to pull his own hair out and, judging by his receding hairline in recent months, the pressures of the job are certainly mounting.
Which makes recent images of the 48-year-old all the more curious, and has led to rumours that the ex-Croatia boss underwent a hair transplant during the recent international break:
West Ham might be short of options up top but Slaven Bilic isn’t – looks like he spent the international break getting a hair transplant pic.twitter.com/AWsdy4JLKN
— Sporting Index (@sportingindex) October 14, 2016
Bilic will be hoping his side turns their fortunes around soon, or he could be back to square one by the end of October!