I wonder if he has actually sold any for Barnet specifically.
https://www.redbubble.com/i/sticker/BAR ... lsrc=aw.ds
Yep, when I was a kid in the 90s getting merch on birthdays and at Christmas and on occasional visits to the shop all added to the experience and help seal the deal in making me a Barnet fan for life. It’s not just a case of whether a particular product makes x profit/loss. Obviously the club should seek to make money on merchandise as far as they can, but there are also intangible benefits to enhancing the experience for kids - an experience they can expect to get at just about every other club at our level and several levels below, not to mention bigger clubs - and to making them identify as Bees fans.
If you already have a scarf, shirt and mug only other thing is COVID-19 mask.
Pencils, pens, fuzzy bees, car stickers, scarfs to stick on window, rubbers, badges, keyrings, footballs of different sizes, stationary, bookmarks, travel card wallets, tote bags, boot bags, junior bees fan club, posters etc
I had those in the heels of my loafers in the 70s.