Fans think Louis Saha ‘looks like GTA 5 character’ with Sky Sports style choices
Louis Saha was questioned over his clothing choices as he appeared as a pundit for Sky Sports.
The former Manchester United striker was at Old Trafford for their Premier League clash with West Ham, joining host David Jones and fellow pundits Jamie Redknapp and Gary Neville for Sky's coverage.
He stood out like a sore thumb next to those three on the touchline, though, as he opted to wear a hat, hoodie and most bizarrely sunglasses, despite being in Manchester in October. His style became the talk of social media, with one viewer asking: "Why is Louis Saha dressed like Franklin from GTA 5?"
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A second tweeted: "Louis Saha wearing sunglasses and a SnapBack for punditry on a late October 4.15 kick-off. What a don."
A third wrote: "Is Louis Saha dressed up as usher for Halloween? He’s lucky Roy Keane isn’t there he would of booted him right up the hole for that attire."
And a fourth commented: "This pre match build up is bizarre. Louis Saha is dressed like he's starring in a new Matrix film directed by Dr. Dre, and managers and warming up players keep popping over for a chat."
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Saha's get-up didn't go unchecked by his colleagues, with Neville joking: "I never thought we could see someone with a cap on, shades, and a hoodie in our studio look so cool. I mean seriously, I'm embarrassed here."
But Saha got the last laugh when Cristiano Ronaldo came over to see his former team-mates during the warm-up and greeted him and Redknapp, but not Neville.
Ronaldo blanked Neville, presumably for his recent comments about United being a better side without the five-time Ballon d'Or winner in it.
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