A FORMER Liverpool star looked unrecognisable as he played in a charity match for his old team against Celtic.
The match ended 2-0 with the goals scored by Steven Gerrard and Mark Gonzalez.
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The midfielder appeared very different from his playing days, looking less nimble than he once did and he no longer has any hair.
He was on the books of Liverpool from 2011 to 2012, featuring 37 times for the club, scoring two goals.
The 37-year-old signed for a reported fee of £6.75million, but his best moment for the club came when he lifted the League Cup despite him missing his kick in the penalty shoot-out versus Cardiff.
He hung up his boots in 2022 after a lengthy career that saw him make 207 appearances in the Premier League.
The player had spells at Blackpool, Stoke and Rangers.
Overall, he was capped by Scotland’s national side 26 times.
The unrecognisable hero is Charlie Adam.
Adam partnered Gerrard in the middle of the park with other legends such as Dirk Kuyt and Steve McManaman on the wings.
Additionally, retired stars like Jerzy Dudek, Sami Hyypia and Djibril Cisse were among those to return to the Anfield pitch.
Adam was not the only hero to look unrecognisable during the charity match, Celtic’s goalkeeper has gone bald and was seen wearing glasses.
Charlie Adam played for Liverpool 37 timesKeith Campbell – The Sun Glasgow