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Liverpool autographs keep Kop flag flying

Sports Idols is treating fans and collectors to eye-popping Liverpool autographs from past successes:  the legendary Phil Thompson has lent his signature to several new pieces of Liverpool memorabilia; and all-time player-manager great Kenny Dalglish sees his John Hancock grace the 2009-2010 end of season stocklist too.  Dalglish, whose Liverpool record has more winning numbers on it than a multi-million pound lottery ticket (8 League Championship wins; 2 FA Cups; 3 European Cups; 4 League Cups; and 1 European Super Cup), exemplifies the “Never Walk Alone” spirit of Anfield.  A fact that is sure to make Dalglish-signed Liverpool memorabilia number one in these faltering times.

It’s not all bad, mind – there are plenty of clubs who aren’t even in Europe.  And Sports Idols isn’t neglecting the current squad in their 2010 Liverpool football memorabilia collections:  fans will find Liverpool autographs from Fernando Torres; Steven Gerrard; Xabi Alonso; Dirk Kuyt; Ryan Babel; Javier Mascherano; Jamie Carragher; Glen Johnson; and Albert Riera.  In some cases (Gerrard, for example), Sports Idols selection of Liverpool memorabilia runs impressively wider:  anyone who wants to own a genuine signed Steven Gerrard boot better get their skates on before the season ends and Liverpool’s most famous current hero flies off to South Africa.

Which brings us to another little point.  Liverpool memorabilia is always attractive (obviously) to Liverpool fans – signed Steven Gerrard memorabilia crosses boundaries with collectors of England souvenirs.  This year is the year that England try, once again, to do something memorable in international competition (the triumph, some might say, of hope over experience):  should they actually succeed, Liverpool football memorabilia featuring players from the current England squad will hit a new level of value.  Liverpool memorabilia, like all football memorabilia, achieves a value that reflects the achievements of the players concerned during the year in which that memorabilia was signed.  So any Liverpool autographs or Liverpool memorabilia signed in 2010, by players who subsequently go on to perform deeds of derring-do in a successful World Cup squad, is going to find its value soaring.

It’s not just English players, of course, to whom this applies.  Fernando Torres is likely to be a big player on the world stage, come June:  Liverpool memorabilia featuring Fernando Torres autographs will experience a concomitant rise in value, should he perform.  With big English clubs operating as proving ground for international superstars, the pickings in Liverpool memorabilia for collectors interested in players rather than clubs are huge.  Any Liverpool memorabilia showing the autographs of some of the world’s greatest players are popping up on the Sports Idols site:  collectors should be getting in now, before it’s too late.


  • Sport


  • liverpool memorabilia
  • steven gerrard
  • football memorabilia
  • music memorabilia
  • film memorabilia
  • signed shirts
  • autographed pictures
  • signed autographs
  • tv memorabilia
  • autographed memorabilia
  • autographs store
  • signed memorabilia
  • sports memorabilia
  • sports memorabilia auction


  • England

About Sports Idols

Sports Idols is a Kent based Sports Memorabilia store that specializes in Sports autographs and sporting investment pieces both in its store and its, online platform.

Director: Matt Spiers


Telephone: 0800 840 9019




Justin Bridges

Press contact Online Marketing Consultant 01708 548238