All Blue Mullets
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31. Gareth Barry

Gareth Barry has started his Everton career in great form and with a neat haircut that a 32 year old should have. Back in the day as an 18 year old at Aston Vanilla, he thought he looked the bees knees with this cracking barnet. "Will I become a footballer or join a boyband days"!...Read More
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30. Andy Gray

Everton hero of the 1980's Andy Gray comes up with this superb mullet that probably went down a storm in the Club Conti and Pick a Dicks when Duran Duran where storming up the hit parade in the mid 80...Read More
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29. Derek Temple

Derek, Derek, Derek, Derek, how can you explain this one away. Now we at Bluekipper have been honoured over the years to meet Derek on many occasions, and we must say what an absolute gentleman Derek ...Read More
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28. Chris Woods

Although never playing for the Blues, Chris Woods has been at Bellefield for many season's now in a goal keeping coach capacity. Chris burst onto the scene in the late 1970's when he deputised for Peter Shilton ...Read More
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27. Peter Reid

Peter Reid, Player of the Year in 1985, League Title Winner, not once but twice, FA Cup Winner, European Honours, and an Everton Legend if ever there was one. This guy would run through a brick wall for you, and by the kip of his ha...Read More
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26. Adrian Heath

Adrian 'Inchy' Heath was part of that successful mid 80's side that swept everything before it. The diminutive striker was Sharpy's original partner till a horrific injury caused, by Brian 'shit ouse' Marwood, and the signing of And...Read More
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25. Gary Lineker

Everton had the golden boy of English football for one short season back in 1985/86. Links scored 40 goals, when we missed out on the Double, well less said the better about that. Off he went to an International Tournament, ended up...Read More
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24. Alan Biley

Alan Biley holds the honour of being the only ex Everton player to make it onto the barnet Hall of Shame twice, due to his extraordinary bad mullet. When we at bluekipper thought of Blue Mullets it was in honour of no other that Mr....Read More
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23. Alan Harper

Mr Versatility was his name. But there was more to Alan Harper than being a jack of all trades. Harps or John Holmes to his close team mates was part of the successful Everton set up of the mid 80's under Howard Kendall. ...Read More
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22. Patrizio Pascucci

Pat the young Italian who came, who saw, but never conquered, and a lot of the reason for this was his barnet. Moyesy wasn't keen when he saw this mullet, and sent the young striker packing back to Italy to get a proper short back and sides. Pat refused...Read More
21. Mickael Madar

Mad Micky was probably one of Howard Kendall's strangest ever signing's not for his footballing ability but his ridiculous pony tailed barnet. The Frenchman's time on Merseyside was not one of too many highs, but ...Read More
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20. Andy Johnston

Shocking, absolutely shocking. When this snap was sent into us by Top Toffee man Dan Ferrie, all at bluekipper recoiled in disgust. Maybe in the Birmingham area you can get away with this awful barnet, but not in the Capital of Cult...Read More
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19. John Bailey

80's joker in the pack, John Bailey. He made people laugh not with his sense of humour, but with his terrible barnet. John like most of his team mates of the day sported the now infamous perm look, but unfortunately for Bails he was...Read More
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18. Neil Pointon

Neil Pointon, by shit what a mullet, doubly bad when joined with his mussy, enters our hall of bad hair doo's, because, well just look at it. Neil played for the Blues in the mid 80's, signed by Howard Kendall from ...Read More
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17. David Moyes

Oh dear, oh dear, oh dear. Our beloved manager was once a youngster himself, with a playing career that included taking in Glasgow Giants Celtic. Never again can Moyesy take a young player to one side, to guide him on ...Read More
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16. Bob Latchford

Bob was one of Everton's all time scoring greats. 70's icon, England International, the Thierry Henry of his day (sounds good anyway). Bob was a hero to many, but not in the barnet department, as this photo shows. Bob overnight went...Read More
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15. Sir Philip Carter

Sir Phil, or Mr. Whippy for short is an institution at our great club. He reigned as Chairman through the clubs most successful period in the mid 80's, being instrumental in bringing Howard Kendall to the club. He kept faith with Ho...Read More
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14. Kevin Kilbane

Kevin or Zinedine to his team mates, has the honour along with Biffa Beattie of making the Blue Mullet Hall of Fame, whilst still wearing the Royal Blue. Killa's barnet is legendary, and there is a tale behind i...Read More
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13. Alan Irvine

Yes, Moyesy's right hand man once donned the Blue and White aswell. Back in the early 80's, Alan was a sprightly if gangly winger for the Blues. He appeared in the first Merseyside Cup Final of 1984 (Milk Cup), when the Blues were r...Read More
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12. Dave Watson

A true Everton Legend in every sense of the word. Dave was signed from Norwich for the start of the 1987 Season, and went on to win a Championship Winning Medal with the Blues. He lifted the FA Cup in 1995, when Captaining the lads ...Read More
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11. Graeme Sharp

He may be Everton's post war record goal scorer, only second to Dixie in the all time goal scoring records with 150 to hit the onion bag. He scored in Cup Finals, won League Titles, European Honours, gained International Caps. Sharpy will always be remembered for...Read More
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10. Paul Wilkinson

Everton's surprise signing in the 80's from lowly Grimsby was Paul Wilkinson. Wilko scored the goal that put us out of the 1984/85 Milk Cup, and Howard Kendall saw enough of him in that game to sign him in later years. ...Read More
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9. Abel Xavier

You know him, signed for us, done OK. Flogged him to the Foolier at the shite, were he did even worse. His hairstyle's were more famous than his footballing ability. KNOBROT ...Read More
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8. Biffa Beattie

You don't have to go back to the 50's, 60's or 70's to have a bad mullet. Everton's new striker James 'Biffa' Beattie, proves conclusively, that you can have all the money in the world, but if you don't have a decent barber, you've ...Read More
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7. George Telfer

Jesus, this is a corker. George graced the Goodison turf in the saddest of decades for mullets the 1970's. Obviously it look like he also graced Herbert's Beauty Saloon as well, as this barnet is verging on the ridiculous. George fo...Read More
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6. Dave Hickson

He might be an all time Goodison Great, but there is no mistaking that Dave Hickson's mullet has no place in Modern Britain. I know it was the 1950's, but this mullet is not good. Brylcream, 40 Woodbines a day, footballers who got the bus to the...Read More
5. Terry Darracott

Jesus, where do I start with this one. Defender Terry Darracott, or Terrydactyl to his chums played for the Blues for what seemed an eternity. This is not so a mullet, but a Bobby Charlton, as the style of hair was affectionately kn...Read More
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4. Ian Snodin

Oh dear, oh dear, oh dear. Ian as they say has the perfect mullet for radio. Championship winning defender from 1987. Ian signed from Leeds for £840,000, and decided not too spend any of his vast signing on fee with a trip to ...Read More
3. Alan Biley

Totally inundated with requests for this chap. Yes Alan Biley. He was always on our list to put on Blue Mullet, but I have been in for counseling three weeks after looking at this hideous picture. Alan was signed in the Summer of 1981 from Derby...Read More
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2. Garry Stanley

The late 70's brought many heart throbs. John Travolta, David Soul, his mate with the black hair who no one remembers, and Everton's Garry Stanley. Signed from Chelsea, Garry become an instant heart throb with the women on the Goodison terraces,...Read More
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1. Pat Van Den Hauwe

It was the 80's. The decade of Maggie T, Aurthur Scargill, The New Romantics, leggings, Lager Louts, Harry Enfield, shit really wasn't it. One fantastic Everton side however ruled the mid 80's, which included a Welsh, Belgain who now lives in So...Read More