DAVID Beckham has attacked the commitment of an “unimaginative” Cheshire hairdresser in his new autobiography.
The star is the latest footballing figure to settle scores in print, following Sven-Göran Eriksson’s criticism of Sir Alex Ferguson and Ferguson’s damning condemnation of Steven Gerrard as a mere top player.
Beckham blasted Nikki Hollis of Wilmslow’s Get Snipped or Dye Trying for failing to focus on a 2003 session which left a layered cut with too much weight at the top, making it impossible to properly style with wax.
He wrote: It was obvious the minute she started to shape it around the crown. Shed lost focus, lost her passion and was just going through the motions for the financial rewards.
I later found out shed been making regular trips to Merseyside to bleach Abel Xaviers roots and her head had clearly been turned by the chance of a big payday.”