The image shown below was taken by Ronald Fortune in April 1964 and the caption reads as follows:
‘A league club player changed his hair-style yesterday – to stop anyone thinking that he might be a substitute for his twin during a match tonight.
Seventeen-year-old Roger Morgan (right) agreed to the haircut after being told he had been dropped by Queen’s Park Rangers from their FA Youth Cup semi-final first-leg to meet Swindon Town at Loftus Road. His brother Ian plays on the left-wing
Rangers secretary John Smith explained: “It may all sound a bit hair-raising, but they are so alike that we can’t tell them apart. People suggested we could easily substitute one brother for the other at half-time without anybody being the wiser.”
“So, we asked Roger if he would mind altering his hair-style to put an end to such talk. He is now wearing a college-boy style.”
Rangers lost that first-leg tie 0-2 and later suffered an even heavier defeat at Swindon.