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About 2 years ago I found a website where I could buy geniune football shirts at stupidly cheap prices - I bought an Italy & Argentina top for a total of £30. I think that they were imported from … Read More
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1d, 1y agoPosted 1 decade, 1 year ago
About 2 years ago I found a website where I could buy geniune football shirts at stupidly cheap prices - I bought an Italy & Argentina top for a total of £30. I think that they were imported from Asia or something.

I can't find the site any more and I was wondering if anyone on here knew of it?? I think it was based in Cardiff.
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1d, 1y agoPosted 1 decade, 1 year ago
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#1
Was it jagsuk.com? I haven't ordered from them, but I'd be interested in any feedback.
Their prices look very good, so I be cautious about what quality to expect.
Also, I tried requesting their catalogue and get an error, which doesn't inspire confidence.
suspended#2
Hi there - first post for me, I thought you may be intersted in an ebay seller that sells new ORIGINAL football shirts at very reasonable prices. I have bought from this seller on two occasions as well as recommending them to several mates at my football club - all orders have been delivered without any problems. The seller is nothing to do with me but could well recommend you having a look:

http://search.ebay.co.uk/_W0QQfgtpZ1QQfrppZ25QQsassZibuyshirts
#3
Your best bet is ebay. If you want the original item put the name of the team and the make, eg Barcelona Nike. Otherwise you get the asian imports,
#4
awaykit.co.uk I bought two shirts from there a few weeks back. May not be the cheapest but not far off and can vouch that they are geniune
#5
No doubt made in a sweatshop with kids earning 50p a day with quality to reflect.
#6
its gotta be kitbag, you can get 20% discount to if you follow this link
http://www.kitbag.com/stores/kitbag_4_5/sale/default.aspx?portal=O5AML75N
#7
Trainers maybe, but most shirts from Nike, Adidas, etc are made in the UK or Portugal, not sweat shops, and the quality is great.

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