England fans flying the flag for Aylesbury at Euros

Adam Brooks, left, and friends with their Costa Del Quarrendon flag in France
Adam Brooks, left, and friends with their Costa Del Quarrendon flag in France

A group of England fans have been flying the flag for Aylesbury at the European Championships in France.

Adam Brooks (left) and his friends Ben Jeffrey, Lee Garrad and Louis Soulsby have been a bit of a hit on Twitter locally after they posted a picture posing with their hilarious flag ‘Costa Del Quarrendon’ - a nod to where they live in Aylesbury - across the Channel.

The tweet has been shared around on the social networking site and was even retweeted to his 30,000 followers by Aylesbury-born professional footballer and FA Cup winning hero Emmerson Boyce, a former Quarrendon School pupil.

Mr Brooks, a former Waddesdon CofE Secondary School pupil said in his Twitter post: “Aylesbury on tour.”

He said: “We went to every group game and we also have tickets for quarters and final if we get there.

“Found Marseille to be a great place but we had to run from tear gas in the main square which was not fun but other than that it’s been a great trip, the French people are friendly, there’s lots of nice food but too many hangovers.”

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