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Dominic Oduro's hair is at it again with pink mohawk, Breast Cancer Awareness ribbons | SIDELINE

Dominic Oduro has a long history of crazy hair designs, dying his not-very-often boring mohawk a handful of different colors and designs. 

Just this season, the Columbus Crew forward has gone from the boring black to a three-panel design representing his native Ghanaian flag, to a black-and-yellow striped 'do (both seen below), which we can only assume was an ode to the Crew's iconic color scheme.

But the design he debuted on Saturday in a 1-0 loss to Sporting Kansas City (above) was downright crazy, even by Oduro's standards. His support for Breast Cancer Awareness Month is beyond commendable. The only thing louder than his support for those affected by the disease, though, is the volume with which the pink mohawk and Breast Cancer Awareness ribbons speak from atop his otherwise bald head.

Does Oduro wake up in the morning, look himself in the mirror and think, "Man, I am one crazy dude." What's your favorite Dom Oduro hairstyle? And more importantly, what should he do next?