Mooy more likely to grow full head of hair than Socceroos to beat Chile by two or more, scientist claims

In the wake of Australia’s FIFA Confederations Cup do or die clash against Chile, an Australian scientist has claimed it’s more likely for Aaron Mooy’s shiny noggin to reproduce hair than the Socceroos winning.

The Roos need to win by two or more goals to progress to the next stage, which University of Sydney trichology expert, Dr Shaw, along with 99 percent of football fans worldwide, claim is “impossible”.

“After looking at Mooy’s shiny scalp and Postecoglou’s 5-3-2 formation — it is safe to say that the odds are with Mooy to grow some sort of substance reminiscent of human hair,” Dr Shaw said.

But Aussie battler and die hard Roos fan, Terry, 61, disagrees and demands more Australians to back the boys.

Terry recently discovered the world of Facebook and loves posting comments backing the Roos on the Socceroos page such as “Don’t listen to the pessimists boys – carn Straya!”.

“We just need to get behind the lads,” Terry said.

“If you believe you can win, you can win.”

Dr Shaw says he is preparing to put his entire house on a Chile win and is excited about the promise of Aaron Mooy one day reproducing hair.

Featured Image (edited): Football Australia | Carl Davies CSIRO | Public Domain



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