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pay-per-head-fakeadidasThe Dutch could very well be the most artless individuals on the planet. In any event, that is the conclusion you would need to draw in the wake of viewing this feature.

Ajax support Adidas and the club's promoting executive Edwin van der Sar chose to draw a trick on director Frank de Boer and a few of his players by claiming to counsel them on their new packs for next season. Yet rather than the real shirts, a contracted on-screen character gave them positively ridiculous satire units.

The Dutch could very well be the most artless individuals on the planet. In any event, that is the conclusion you would need to draw in the wake of viewing this feature.

Ajax support Adidas and the club's promoting executive Edwin van der Sar chose to draw a trick on director Frank de Boer and a few of his players by claiming to counsel them on their new packs for next season. Yet rather than the real shirts, a contracted on-screen character gave them positively ridiculous satire units.

Ajax's excellent home shirt with the striking red stripe in the center all of a sudden offered 'commonplace Dutch symbolism, for example, tulips or bikes, while away packs went from a creatively colored adaptation to T-shirt tuxedos and those extensive creature face tees you may see on kindergartners.

The fake units are so ludicrously atrocious that it makes de Boer and his players search considerably more crazy for succumbing to it. At one point, the dumbfounded mentor tells van der Sar, "I have an inclination we won't be considered important."

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