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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old October 7th, 2009, 20:55 Thread Starter
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Bosnian Merchandise?

Hi guys, any of you know where I could pick up the NT jersey, or the white zipper top with the country's name on it?

I know Legea manufacture both, but I can't find anything online at all.

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post #2 of 15 (permalink) Old October 7th, 2009, 21:09
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Hi guys, any of you know where I could pick up the NT jersey, or the white zipper top with the country's name on it?

I know Legea manufacture both, but I can't find anything online at all.

Thanks in advance...
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This is an excellent question.

If you are in the UK, these people are amongst the best to try. If they don't have it in stock, then they may well be able to order it for you:

http://www.subsidesports.com/uk/stor...45564227567802

I don't know if anyone here has another suggestion...

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Finding the original NT shirt is pretty hard even in BiH, don't know any sites that sell it.
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Hi guys, any of you know where I could pick up the NT jersey, or the white zipper top with the country's name on it?

I know Legea manufacture both, but I can't find anything online at all.

Thanks in advance...
If BiH qualify for the World Cup, it should be much easier, and there should be a choice of outlets that you can use. But Subside are the only ones that I can think of for now. Their selection is very comprehensive, however.

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Thanks guys I appreciate it. Agree about Subside, they were one of the first I checked - alas nothing!

I wanted you to get to the World Cup anyway, but even more so now
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Excuse my curiosity but how come you are looking for a BIH jersey? Are you a shirt collector or have you recently gained simpathy for the team?

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Masal Bugduv is hell of a young talent.The best ever to come out of Moldova,once in a generation type player that almost signed for Arsenal but didnt because of work permit issues

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Excuse my curiosity but how come you are looking for a BIH jersey? Are you a shirt collector or have you recently gained simpathy for the team?
A bit of both to be honest - I really do like the shirt firstly. But since Dzeko's meteoric rise (I think he will go right to the very top) and BIH's recent success, it would be great to see you guys get to the finals. They are definitely a national team I am looking out for at the moment

It's a fascinating country generally. Years ago my Grandparents visited when it was part of Yugoslavia, and they said it was a great place. The Ottoman influences and so on make for fascinating reading.
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A bit of both to be honest - I really do like the shirt firstly. But since Dzeko's meteoric rise (I think he will go right to the very top) and BIH's recent success, it would be great to see you guys get to the finals. They are definitely a national team I am looking out for at the moment

It's a fascinating country generally. Years ago my Grandparents visited when it was part of Yugoslavia, and they said it was a great place. The Ottoman influences and so on make for fascinating reading.
Bingo. It's a virtually unique country from so many different angles: East/West influences, spiritual multiplicity, and of course the general funk factor

The meat-based snacks are also second to none

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you could try www.suvenir.ba

edit: to be more accurate: http://suvenir.ba/product_info.php/c...roducts_id/241
it seems that they have the new jersey but the whole website is in Bosnian, it thought it was in english aswell, no luck, you can get some bosnian to order it for you, pay via paypal. Good luck
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post #11 of 15 (permalink) Old October 17th, 2009, 08:10
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The meat-based snacks are also second to none
If not the best, top 5 in the world.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/fkirigin/3106215435/

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post #12 of 15 (permalink) Old October 17th, 2009, 11:33
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Since were on the topic of good. Any of you ever eat Suhi Sir? Dry cheese? In Bosnia I ate it, and I brought back a lot of it, but there is no place to get it here.

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Vjeran slavi svojih djeda
I narodu Bosanskome!

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Since were on the topic of good. Any of you ever eat Suhi Sir? Dry cheese? In Bosnia I ate it, and I brought back a lot of it, but there is no place to get it here.
I bet nobody has heard of Mješinar Sir, unless you are from Herzegovina....

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I bet nobody has heard of Mješinar Sir, unless you are from Herzegovina....
I've never heard of it

But I don't think there is one place in the US that sells Suhi Sir, at least not in our area.

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I've never heard of it

But I don't think there is one place in the US that sells Suhi Sir, at least not in our area.
Next time you go to BiH, try it.

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