AARON RAMSEY has shown off his shock new look after dying his hair BLOND ahead of Wales’ second-ever World Cup campaign.

The last time Wales competed in a World Cup was all the way back in 1958.

Ramsey has died his hair blond for the World Cup

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Ramsey has died his hair blond for the World CupCredit: Instagram / FA Wales
The ex-Arsenal ace had it at Euro 2016, where Wales reached the semi-finals

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The ex-Arsenal ace had it at Euro 2016, where Wales reached the semi-finalsCredit: Instagram / FA Wales

Gareth Bale, Ramsey and Co fended off a World Cup play-off challenge from Ukraine to book their place in Qatar.

The Dragons were then placed in Group B alongside England, the USA and Iran.

And Ramsey is pulling out all the stops ahead of the winter tournament, changing his hairstyle.

The ex-Arsenal and Juventus ace, now of Nice, has gone blond like he did at Euro 2016.

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Wales posted pics of Rambo smiling in training with the caption: “We know what this means.”

Of course, what Wales are referring to is Ramsey’s red-hot form at Euro 2016 held in France where they reached the semi-finals.

Ramsey was one of Wales’ most influential players in that run, netting one goal and four assists.

Wales lost the semi-final tie to eventual winners Portugal 2-0.

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Fans are loving the new hair with one commenting: “10/10 tournament incoming?”

Another said: “We’re all gonna have to do it aren’t we…”

Wales play their World Cup group opener against the USA on November 21.

Players going blond for the World Cup is nothing new.

Many players have done it over the years, but perhaps most famously was when the ENTIRE Romania team bleached their locks in 1998.

The entire Romania team went blond at the 1998 France World Cup

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The entire Romania team went blond at the 1998 France World CupCredit: Getty



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