Hull Cityâ€™s head of medical services Rob Price took part in the most unusual goal and birthday celebrations ever seen at the KC Stadium, on the afternoon of Hullâ€™s biggest Premier League victory.
After the Fulham win, Huddlestone smiled: "Thatâ€™s been planned for 18 months.
"It was just about finding the opportunity to do it.
"Iâ€™ll have to look at my old phone to find the barber to do it. Iâ€™ve got two or three that Iâ€™ve used in the past, then Iâ€™ll decide on a style, speak to them and see whoâ€™s available. Iâ€™m not going to go straight back to short. Iâ€™ll have a few funky ones first.
"Obviously itâ€™s been a long time coming. A lot of my family were at the game and staying with me for Christmas and my birthday so to score in front of them was pleasing.
"It will be a little bit strange for it to go. I think the physio has cut a little bit too much out as well in the celebration but obviously I can have it however I want now. And itâ€™s raised a good bit for the charity, which is the main reason behind it.
"It was getting frustrating. I think that Iâ€™d had the most shots in the league without scoring a goal. Itâ€™s a stat that somebodyâ€™s going to have â€” but you donâ€™t want it to be yourself. Iâ€™ve obviously got that out of the way now."
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