The local public has long known interesting changes in the image of our former member of the national team Mateja Kežmena, who once had a long gray beard and attracted a lot of attention, and after a short time appeared in the Arena Sport show in a completely different edition, shaved beard, with a mustache like a new image.
What is now interesting about this and why we are dealing with it again is the latest text from the British. “Mirora“which was published today on his website, where they are only now,” he discovered “Kezman with a beard, even though those pictures of him appeared in public and on social media a few years ago.”
” He was either shaved or had a well-trimmed beard over the years in England, but now he looks completely unrecognizable.
Kezman now has a large gray beard and tattoos covering both arms, since he retired from football nine years ago.
The beard is shaggy and bi-toned, with huge white flaps and a black peak that completes the “Castaway” look.
However, that’s not all, considering that Kezman’s hair has become much thinner and lighter since his time at Chelsea.
The radical transformation of Kezman has defeated many Chelsea fans, and some joke that it is because of the cooperation with Mourinho.
“It looks like he’s coming in tough times after Chelsea,” one fan wrote.
“Either that or the lock hit him hard …” another replied.
“Look what Jose did to Kezman, boys,” the third joked., writes “Mirror”, among other things, in his text.
Of course, “Mirror” recalls his football career, a fantastic show at PSV, where he scored 105 goals in 122 appearances in the Eredivisie, which was the reason why Chelsea associated him. He won the Premier League title with the Blues, and scored the decisive goal in the League Cup final against Liverpool.
“Kezman was signed by Jose Mourinho in the summer of 2004 and was presented with the No. 9 jersey first worn by Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink, who moved to Middlesbrough. also remembers the Mirror.
Kezman retired at the age of 33, and is now the manager whose most famous client is Sergej Milinković-Savić.