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So Close: Newcastle’s Suave New 2017/18 Anniversary Home Kit Ruined By Ugly, Chintzy Sponsor Logo (Photo)

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Just when it looked like Newcastle were ready to furnish themselves with a super sleek new kit for their return to the Premier League, leaked images suggest they've gone and ruined the whole vibe with a tacky-as-you-like sponsors logo.

Last month, a batch of photoscirculated on social media purporting to be the Toon's lovely new strip, which hinted at areturn forthe old polo-style collar, narrowed stripes and a special '125th anniversary' club crest.

Dressed To Shill: Brazilian Team Forgo Squad Numbers To Play With Supermarket Price Offers On Back Of Shirts (Photo)

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In the relentless quest to milk as much money out of shirt sponsors as possible, Brazilian side Flu de Feira came up with a novel way in which to shill for the local supermarket chain.

For Wednesday evening's Serie D clash against Bahia, Flu took to the pitch wearing jerseys that featured several special price offers.

World Record: Argentinian Fifth-Tier Club Cram 50 Different Sponsors Onto New Home Shirt (Photos)

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A plucky team from the Argentinian fifth tier are attempting to get themselves into the record books by cramming more sponsor logos onto their shirt than any other team have ever dared to do.

Asociacion Deportiva Centenario (more commonly known as ADC) debuted their new jersey in the first game of the Federal Torneo C, taking to the field with over 50 sponsors adorning their blue and white strip.

End Of An Era: PSV Eindhoven Unveil Their Final Ever Kit With ‘Philips’ As Shirt Sponsor (Photos)

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What you're looking at here is the end of an era. Having been plonked front and centre on PSV's jerseyssince the birth of shirt sponsorship, 2015/16 will be the final season in which the Dutch side take to the field with Philips emblazoned across their chests.

PSV were originally founded as a sports club for employees of the Philips factory in Eindhoven and have had their company named on the shirts since 1982.