Wayne Rooney's headband, Cristiano Ronaldo's glasses and the strangest accessories worn by footballers
Snoods, tracking tags and masks make it into the collection
Cristiano Ronaldo signed a new Real Madrid contract at the weekend, but there was almost as much talk about his glasses than the £76m deal he had just signed.
While over in the Premier League, Wayne Rooney's headgear created more interest than his fine free-kick in Manchester United's victory over Crystal Palace.
While both have drawn attention, they aren't the first players to wear something other than the standard issue football kit.
Here, we take a look at some of the stranger attire to be worn...
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