The 1.90 metre tall Vicelich starred as a defensive midfielder with Roda JC and scored a rare hat-trick in November 2003 as his team swaped Ado Den Haag 5-1.

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Chettleburgh signed a one year deal with the Rotterdam-club in 2010 before returning to New Zealand in the hope of securing a fulltime professional contract with the Wellington Phoenix.

The All Whites legend returned to New Zealand and picked up his career with ASB Premiership powerhouse Auckland City.

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1930-31   Not Played 1931-32   DFC (2/2) 1932-33   Not Played 1933-34   Velocitas 1897 1934-35   Feyenoord (2/12) 1935-36   Roermond 1936-37   EVV 1937-38   VSV 1938-39   FC Wageningen (1/2) 1939-40   Not Played

1950-51   Not Played 1951-52   Not Played 1952-53   Not Played 1953-54   Not Played 1954-55   Not Played 1955-56   Not Played 1956-57   Fortuna '54 (1/2) 1957-58   Sparta (1/3) 1958-59   VVV 1959-60   Not Played

In the 2005–2006 season, the club managed to set a new record in Dutch professional football, going a staggering 28 league games without a win. The club also set a new record by finishing last for the third time in a row.

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Name: Ivan Vicelich Clubs: Roda JC (NED), RKC Waalwijk (NED) Appearances/goals: 129/14, 21/0

The famous UEFA Champions League winning Ajax side was about to hit its peak featuring the likes of Edgar Davids, Ronald and Frank de Boer, Danny Blind, Aaron Winter and Edwin van der Sar.

Name: Cory Chettleburgh Clubs: Sparta Rotterdam (NED), WHC Wezep (NED)

2000-01   FC Twente (2/3) 2001-02   Ajax (15/18) 2002-03   FC Utrecht (2/3) 2003-04   FC Utrecht (3/3) 2004-05   PSV (8/9) 2005-06   Ajax (16/18) 2006-07   Ajax (17/18) 2007-08   Feyenoord (11/12) 2008-09   Heerenveen 2009-10   Ajax (18/18)

Ryan Thomas move to PEC Zwolle in the Netherlands follows a well-worn pathway for Kiwi footballers.

1940-41   Not Played 1941-42   Not Played 1942-43   Ajax (2/18) 1943-44   Willem II (1/2) 1944-45   Not Played 1945-46   Not Played 1946-47   Not Played 1947-48   FC Wageningen (2/2) 1948-49   Quick 1888 1949-50   PSV (1/9)

Fred de Jong pioneered the Dutch-Kiwi trend in 1990 when he signed for Eredivisie side Fortuna Sittard.

de Jong bagged six goals in just over 50 league appearances for Sittard before dropping down into Eerste Divisie.

While the Dutch-Kiwi connection is evident there is another connection to the low countries with former All Whites midfielder Chris Bouckenhooge who plied his trade with Belgian clubs SK Roselare, Waregem and Oostende.

For recent transfers, see List of Dutch football transfers summer 2016

Things started to look up for Fortuna, when they were able to clear most of their debts by selling of the new stadium, the Wagner & Partners stadium. Unfortunately, the team hasn't been performing on the pitch and finished dead-last in the Dutch First Division for three consecutive seasons.

1990-91   Feyenoord (7/12) 1991-92   Feyenoord (8/12) 1992-93   Ajax (12/18) 1993-94   Feyenoord (9/12) 1994-95   Feyenoord (10/12) 1995-96   PSV (7/9) 1996-97   Roda JC (1/2) 1997-98   Ajax (13/18) 1998-99   Ajax (14/18) 1999-00   Roda JC (2/2)

The dream move to the capital for Hyundai A-League football wasn’t to be but it wasn’t long before Chettleburgh and Everse were reunited.

1910-11  Quick D.Haag (3/4) 1911-12   HFC Haarlem (2/2) 1912-13   Koninklijke HFC (2/3) 1913-14   DFC (1/2) 1914-15   Koninklijke HFC (3/3) 1915-16  Quick D.Haag (4/4) 1916-17   Ajax (1/18) 1917-18   RHC (1/2) 1918-19   Not Played 1919-20   CVV

Name: Kris Bouckenhooge Club: SK Roselare (BEL) Appearances/goals: 139/20 International caps/goals: 35/2

de Jong stayed at Fortuna Sittard for four years tackling the likes of Dennis Bergkamp and Brazilian strike ace Romario.

Below is a table with Fortuna Sittard's domestic results since the introduction of professional football in 1956.

Fortuna Sittard

Thomas follows in the footsteps of two All Whites Fred de Jong and Ivan Vicelich and fellow age-group internationalist Cory Chettleburgh.

Everse had moved on to take up head coach role with WHC Wezep based in the city of Zwolle and Chettleburgh in the Hoofdklasse league, a division down from where Sparta Rotterdam.

The 18-year-old midfielder takes a giant leap into one of the most technically sharp environments in European football when he lines up for PEC Zwolle.

Vicelich went on to gather 129 appearances for Roda JC netting 14 league goals in seven seasons with the club before making a switch to Eredivisie rivals RKC Waalwijk on a two year deal in 2006.

1980-81   AZ (2/4) 1981-82   AZ (3/4) 1982-83   Ajax (9/18) 1983-84   Feyenoord (6/12) 1984-85   FC Utrecht (1/3) 1985-86   Ajax (10/18) 1986-87   Ajax (11/18) 1987-88   PSV (4/9) 1988-89   PSV (5/9) 1989-90   PSV (6/9)

1898-99   RAP 1899-00   Velocitas 1900-01   HBS Craeyenhout (1/2) 1901-02   HFC Haarlem (1/2) 1902-03   HVV Den Haag 1903-04   Koninklijke HFC (1/3) 1904-05   VOC Rotterdam (1/2) 1905-06   Concordia 1906-07   VOC Rotterdam (2/2) 1907-08   HBS Crayenhout 2 (2/2) 1908-09   Quick D.Haag 2 (1/4) 1909-10   Quick D.Haag 2 (2/4)

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Cory Chettleburgh, part of the New Zealand U-17 squad that competed at the FIFA U-17 World Cup in Korea in 2007, was turning in eye-catching performances for YoungHeart Manawatu before his name came across the path of then Sparta Rotterdam coach Jan Everse.

1920-21   Schoten 1921-22   Not Played 1922-23   Not Played 1923-24   Not Played 1924-25   ZFC 1925-26   LONGA 1926-27   VUC Den Haag 1927-28   RHC (2/2) 1928-29   Not Played 1929-30   Feyenoord (1/12)

It would be a further two years before the next New Zealander made the switch from the ASB Premiership and rural football to the fierce arena of Dutch football.

Name: Fred de Jong Club: Fortuna Sittard (NED) Appearances/goals: 53/6 International caps/goals: 21/3

It was a full seven years before a New Zealander would grace the Dutch top flight again in the shape of a relatively fresh-faced 24-year-old Ivan Vicelich.

2010-11   FC Twente (3/3) 2011-12   PSV (9/9) 2012-13   AZ (4/4) 2013-14   PEC Zwolle 2014-15   FC Groningen 2015-16   Feyenoord (12/12)

1970-71   Ajax (6/18) 1971-72   Ajax (7/18) 1972-73   NAC 1973-74   PSV (2/9) 1974-75   FC Den Haag 1975-76   PSV (3/9) 1976-77   FC Twente (1/3) 1977-78   AZ (1/4) 1978-79   Ajax (8/18) 1979-80   Feyenoord (5/12)