Former Premier League Referee Mark Clattenburg Gets Hair transplant at the award-winning clinic MHR in Dublin Grafton Street.
Mark Clattenburg has had a transplant to cover his crown and restore his frontal hairline for the last year everyone has been talking about Mark’s hair and many speculations of where he had his Transplant
Mark Clattenburg has refereed a Champions League final and a UEFA European championship final and now he has added another notch to his belt - a hair transplant.
Former Premier League referee Clattenburg has found himself in the limelight with his tattoos before and now he is in it again with his latest transplant surgery.
Unable to contain the frustration and embarrassment from his balding head any longer, he turned to the MHR Clinic in Manchester. Who in turn sent him to their Dublin branch for his FUE Hair Transplant.
I was refereeing in the Premier League and I was embarrassed watching myself back on TV as my hair was receding. There was a lot of hair loss on the top of my head.
“It wasn’t unexpected because severe hair loss is normal in my family. I was expecting it to happen, but I wanted to have a head of hair.
“I’d been trying to brush it over to hide some of the bald patches. I was frustrated that I was so young and losing my hair.
“The confidence I have now, walking around with a full head of hair from what it was like, is phenomenal.
“I probably take longer to get ready, which frustrates my wife, but now I can style it and gel it and do things with it that I’ve never been able to do in the past.
“Now I have it I want to look after it.”
The 42-year-old, who now heads up refereeing for the Saudi Arabian Football Federation, had hair from the back and sides of his head grafted onto his crown and frontal hair line.