Manchester United’s new winger Daniel James believes that his lucky haircuts are part of the key to his success. The Daily Mail reports that whether it’s superstition or not, James believes that traveling 400 miles, from Manchester, England to his hometown of Swansea, Wales for haircuts is well worth the time and effort, as his performance on the pitch has been stellar. The Welsh footballer, who has scored three times for his new... (Date:09/22/2019 06:24) Read full article >>

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