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Barney
June 20, 2005, 04:15 AM
Firstly, congratulations on the amazing win on Saturday. Unbelievable, and thoroughly deserved.

I work at Sky, and share the building with a lot of Aussies. I'm very keen on buying a Bangladesh shirt to wear to work, and really annoy them.

I live near Southall, and have just had a fruitless trip along the Broadway, trying to find a shirt. Still, it did give me the chance to drop in to one of the cafes, and have a delicious samosa and a cup of tea.

It was suggested that Brick Lane might be a good place to try, but I rarely have the time to get to east London. Any suggestions? I expect the various grounds will sell them, at very inflated prices.

capslock
June 20, 2005, 04:52 AM
From what I remember of my last trip to London in 1999 (during the world cup), there was a big sports store in Piccadilly Circus selling team jerseys, it might have been called Lilywhite's.

fan_frm_the_uk
June 20, 2005, 06:18 AM
Originally posted by Barney
Firstly, congratulations on the amazing win on Saturday. Unbelievable, and thoroughly deserved.

I work at Sky, and share the building with a lot of Aussies. I'm very keen on buying a Bangladesh shirt to wear to work, and really annoy them.

I live near Southall, and have just had a fruitless trip along the Broadway, trying to find a shirt. Still, it did give me the chance to drop in to one of the cafes, and have a delicious samosa and a cup of tea.

It was suggested that Brick Lane might be a good place to try, but I rarely have the time to get to east London. Any suggestions? I expect the various grounds will sell them, at very inflated prices.


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