Press release -

Liverpool signed shirts make mouthwatering targets for end of season buyers

Sittingbourne, Kent, (Mynewsdesk) Mar 30 2010 – There’s a saying in football, often repeated by hackneyed pundits.  “It’s all about 90 minutes”:  the footie equivalent of “It ain’t over until the fat lady sings”.  Well, the fat lady is nearly singing and the end of season rush for Liverpool signed memorabilia is gathering momentum.

Kent-based souvenir supremos Sports Idols has wisely laid in extra stocks of Liverpool signed shirts in preparation for the mad commemorative rush that marks the end of every football season.  Fans whose teams have done well in competition traditionally mark their success with commemorative shirts or photos:  and with Sports Idols stock of Liverpool signed shirts guaranteed 100% authentic, traceable and certified, any fans going for signed Liverpool shirts are going to be doing so at the virtual checkouts of the country’s most successful sports souvenir emporium.

Liverpool are still in with a shout of winning the Europa League (nee Cup Winner’s Cup) after a barnstorming 3-0 smashing of Lille – giving fans whose hopes of a decent finishing place in the Premiership are dwindling weekly, some little ray of hope to sight on.  Sports Idols will be hoping, along with the Anfield faithful, that the boys in red manage to satisfy on the European stage – otherwise they might find themselves with a whole load of Liverpool signed shirts no-one wants to buy.  Having said that, of course, Liverpool fans will always buy Liverpool signed memorabilia – and with Sports Idols stock of Liverpool signed shirts including signed team shirts, and individual player shirts from some of the best footballers on the planet, one has to suppose that the Head of Sales at Sports Idols is not unduly worried.

Highlights of Sports Idols latest batch of Liverpool signed shirts include:  Fernando Torres, legendary Spanish striker who claims that the end of the 2009-2010 season will see the Kop faithful rewarded with a fourth-spot finish; Steven Gerrard, the most famous Anfield maestro since Ian Rush and John Aldridge; and bullish Dutchman Dirk Kuyt.  Retrospective gems of Liverpool signed memorabilia cover all-time greats Phil Thompson and Kenny Dalglish – perhaps the single most loved player ever to pull on the distinctive red shirt.

Optimism is a key skill for all football supporters.  One can only suppose that, in the face of almost certain disappointment on the domestic stage, Liverpool supporters are wrapping themselves up in the comforting predictions of Mr Torres (who at least has the bottle to say things the club’s manager, perhaps, will not).  It remains for Sports Idols to see whether or not these congenital high hopes translate into sales of Liverpool signed shirts.  Though with authentic Liverpool signed memorabilia of all stripes available on their site, and a certain World Cup Finals approaching quickly enough to make fans forget club performance and focus on their home-grown heroes displays on the international stage, even Premiership failure might not do them out of sales.  After all, if Steven Gerrard acquits himself mightily in South Africa this summer, one can reasonably expect genuine Liverpool signed shirts featuring Gerrard’s autograph to sell, in the words of another saying, like the proverbial hot cakes.


  • Sport


  • sports memorabilia auction
  • sports memorabilia
  • signed memorabilia
  • autographs store
  • autographed memorabilia
  • tv memorabilia
  • signed autographs
  • autographed pictures
  • signed shirts
  • film memorabilia
  • music memorabilia
  • boxing memorabilia
  • arsenal signed shirts
  • arsenal football memorabilia
  • wayne rooney
  • football memorabilia
  • steven gerrard
  • joe calzaghe
  • john terry


  • England

Version:1.0 StartHTML:0000000167 EndHTML:0000002095 StartFragment:0000000454 EndFragment:0000002079

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