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In the summer of 2006 some Dutch teams that have been discussed before, have changed the design of their numbers.
Vitesse used to play with a kind of Friz Quadrata, but now changed to Revue. In my opinion that's not an improvement. But the good news is that they don't use a unicoloured patch on the back of the yellow and black striped shirts, but print the black numbers with a white contour.
Willem II decided to introduce a white patch on their shirts. By doing so, they obviously abandoned the ambition to have the most beautiful shirt in the national football competition.

The Ajax numbers were the best ones seen on Dutch shirts for the past two years. But recently these numbers were replaced by dull monoline numbers. Back to the typographic stone age.

 

I think it's time to take a deep breath and a big cup of tea. In case you come across some real nice and legible shirt numbers, please let me know to cheer me up a little bit. Meanwhile I'm going to play a melancholic tune on my accordion.

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