It has been a long time for Dutch football – that the national team are in the Nations League finals, their captain Virgil van Dijk is at the core of Liverpool’s title bid and Ajax reached the Champions League knockout stages for the first time in 13 years.

Van Dijk has been speaking to the BBC premier-league Show, which yields at 19:00 GMT on BBC Two, and it got us thinking about literary legends.

We have picked that which we think will be the 12 Netherlands stars. Find out about them and vote for which one you think is at the base of the webpage.

Tremendously talented forward Bergkamp was named Arsenal’s 2nd biggest player in 2017, only.

In 11 years at Arsenal, Bergkamp won FA Cup Doubles and two Premier League in addition to a third match title in the’Invincibles’ season and also another two FA Cups. He also scored 107 goals in 400 appearances.

His goal against Newcastle in 2002, where he switched Nikos Dabizas and slotted the ball past goalkeeper Shay Given, had been voted the most useful goal in Premier League history by BBC readers in 2017.

Ruud Gullit (Chelsea)

Before moving into midfield technical genius Gullit, that would play nearly anywhere on the pitch,” started his own time because of sweeper. He also scored five goals.

He proceeded onto be player-manager at Stamford Bridge for at least 18 months, leading to the Blues to the 1997 FA Cup – their first key trophy in 26 years.

IE]>Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink

One of the amazing finishers of the Premier League, Hasselbaink spent a decade in British football – one season at Atletico Madrid aside.

He shared the 199899 Premier League Golden Boot while at Leeds before winning it outright in at Chelsea 2001 02.

In Britain – he’s 13th on the one time list – he never won a big trophy despite scoring 127 premier-league goals, losing the 2006 Uefa Cup and FA Cup finals with Chelsea and Cardiff.

A cult hero at Anfield, Kuyt was signed as being a striker but was become a hard-working straight winger from Rafael Benitez.

He managed 71 goals in 285 games for Liverpool, including within their own 2006-07 Champions League final defeat by AC Milan, 201112 League Cup final victory over Cardiff and a famous premier-league hattrick against Manchester United.

IE]>Marc Overmars