It's fair to say that Ghanaian striker Asamoah Gyan will have faced a lot of lifestyle changes when he swapped Sunderland for the United Arab Emirates.
No more pre-game pan haggerty and Brown Ale with Steve Bruce. No more weekend visits to the National Glass Centre. And most importantly, it turns out, no more risqué haircuts.
That is according to the United Arab Emirates Football Association, who have found Gyan guilty of possessing an 'unethical haircut'.
According to the Mirror, he's one of 40 players being bought to justice over their 'Qaza' haircuts, where only part of the head is shaved.
Gyan, who's on a season-long loan to Dubai club Al-Ahli from Shanghai SIPG, sported a new mohawk at the African Nations Cup.
It's yet to be seen what the punishment is, but we can only assume it involves clippers and arm restraints.