I always thought the team name was spelled with a Y, but the jersey on Italian eBay has it spelled with an I.
Here's a photo of Patrick Sercu wearing his Brooklyn uniform, which I checked to see which spelling was correct:
Lo and behold, Sercu's jersey says Brooklyn, but his shorts say Brooklin!
I'm pretty sure the correct spelling is with a Y, but it was probably mispelled by some suppliers, like Vittore Gianni in the case of the eBay jersey.
The Vittore Gianni company made some beautiful pro-team wool jersey replicas in the early 90s (they may even still be making them). According to the seller, this is a vintage jersey. I wonder if it's vintage original from the 70s, or a vintage 90s replica? Either way, the mispelling makes this jersey very cool.
Ray Dobbins Miami FL USA
Kevin Moran <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: Danny, I think you're looking for the one on Italian eBay.
> I'm in search of an auction on ebay.fr that I could
> swear I found on the list recently, but cannot
> locate again, even ater an archive search. The
> auction is for a vintage wool short sleee jersey
> that has the legend 'GB Brooklin' embroidered to
> it. Any help much appreciated.
> Danny Gonzalez