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Chelsea unveil new 'shirtholders' Nike kit designed by fans with orange stripes to represent Didier Drogba's heroics

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Chelsea have revealed the Chelsea ‘shirtholders kit’ designed by a fan and selected after several rounds of competition.

The winning shirt is inspired by Chelsea’s 2012 Champions League triumph, and draws upon Didier Drogba’s stats from that game.

It features a gradient orange design – thought to represent Drogba’s Ivory Coast heritage – while the blue also varies in shade across the jersey.

The bottom of the shirt also carries the ’19/05′ logo as a direct reference to the date of Chelsea’s Champions League victory.

Drogba’s signature can be found on the inside of the collar in further homage to the Blues’ talisman.

Chelsea fans were able to input their ideas to the shirt designers and collaborate in the creation of the final design.

This Nike special edition fan shirt is set to be available for fans to purchase in 2019.

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