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 By Chris Wright

Netherlands' rumoured new kit hasn't gone down particularly well

Over the years, the Netherlands have boasted some truly beautiful football kits, from Johan Cruyff's iconic plain jersey of the 1970s to the classic zig-zag number worn by Van Basten & co. at Euro 1988.

In fact, you'd be hard-pressed to dredge up a bad example of the famous Oranje jersey.

However, if social media stirrings are to be believed then Netherlands' glorious run on top may be about to come to an end, and in spectacularly grotesque style.

As can be seen in the image, the rumoured new Dutch kit features an oil paint motif inspired by the brushwork of Vincent van Gogh.

So far, Twitter users have likened the jersey's pattern to vomit, Weetabix and the matted torso fur of Sasquatch.

We avidly stress that nothing has been confirmed by the Dutch FA or their kit suppliers Nike as of yet.

Let's hope it stays that way, eh?

Chris covers the funny side of the game for ESPN FC in the Toe Poke blog.

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