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Hajduk Split Unveil New Kit – Hit Or Miss?

They have dominated the press in recent weeks in Croatia, mainly because of a 30 million euro buy out bid from an American consortium that was turned down, now Hajduk Split football club have  unveiled their new kit for this season. Made by Italian sportswear designers Macron and with local supermarket chain Tommy splashed across the front, the new kit for the 2013/14 season has received mixed reviews.

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