Football fever has not run out for Coleen Rooney just because the Euros are over.
She has finally allowed her two eldest sons to dye their hair just like footballer Phil Foden.
The Manchester City player started the Euros off with a new bleach blond hair-do, which was quickly likened to Paul Gascoigne circa Euro 96.
His new look captured everyone's attention and as the England team progressed through the European Championship, men were quickly swooping in and copying the hair.
Many promised that they would dye their hair the same way if the England side won their first major tournament in 55 years.
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But despite football not coming home after all, Coleen’s sons Kai, 11, and Play, eight, still went through with it and were finally allowed to copy the famous hairstyle.
The 35-year-old mum tweeted on Tuesday morning a picture of both of her sons separately with their brand new blond dos, captioning the hilarious post: ”Gave in to the Phil Foden hair!!
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“All tournament they have asked for it, so once the school holidays started I said why not!!”
She also uploaded the snaps to her Instagram along with a third of her dad Tony recreating the look using 'white paint from the shed'.
She captioned the post: 'Give in to the Phil Foden hairdo. My dad opted for white paint out the shed!'
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Fans quickly took to Twitter to compliment the boys on rocking their new looks.
"Hope we see him playing for England, then he has to dye his hair blond," one said.
Another said: "Handsome chappie. Really suits it.”
"He’s rockin that look," a third added.
A fourth said: "Aww suits them. Hairdressers must be loving Foden at the moment. Even some of the England cricket team have dyed their hair. @PhilFoden the summer trend setter!”
"Looks mint surely Wayne next?" another added.
Kai is following in his football legend dad’s footsteps and it was announced in December he has already signed a Premier League academy registration to be part of Manchester United's Under-11 team.
He was pictured holding up a United shirt with the number 10 on the back – the same number his dad wore for the club for more than a decade.
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