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Soccerbid were the first and ONLY memorabilia company in the world to be seen weekly on Sky Sports, Setanta & Match of the Day.
 

The following papers have featured Soccerbid and have written positive
stories about us.

The following radio stations regularly feature our items.

We are a registered dealer of Universal Autograph Collectors Club: No 294

We are also board members of Aftal

AFTAL are working together with the Police, Trading Standards, and Customs and Revenue officers to monitor and help stamp out the ever-growing problem of non-authentic signed memorabilia being sold and distributed throughout the UK. 

 
 
Soccerbid was delighted to have supplied memorabillia to help raise 26 Million pounds for the 2011 appeal
 
As seen on ITV 1 "May the Best House Win" November 2011
 
As seen on the Quest channel (on Sky, Virgin & Freeview) December 2011
Alan Neilson signed photo

Alan Neilson signed photo
Alan Neilson signed photo in Southampton colours 15 cm X10 cm (born on 26 September 1972 in Wegberg, Germany) is a professional footballer who has played professionally for many years. His most recent contract was with Conference National side Salisbury City who he left at the end of the 2006/07 season when they gained promotion from the Conference South
A former Wales international, Alan Neilson started his professional football career with Newcastle United back in the early 1990s as a trainee. He made 35 first team appearances before moving south to Southampton.
During his time with Southampton he played 42 games and scored 13. Neilson played at the Saints for nearly three years before moving to Fulham where he joined his former manager Kevin Keegan at the club. He signed for 225,000 from Southampton.
Neilson had more than his fair share of injury problems in his first season with Fulham after a promising start to his Craven Cottage career. In October 2001, Neilson moved to Grimsby Town, but played just eight times before being released in February 2002.
Later that month Neilson joined Luton Town, where he went on to make 42 appearances and scored 11 goals. Neilson joined Nationwide Conference side Tamworth in 2005, joining former Southampton team mate Richard Dryden.
Neilson left Tamworth to continue his coaching at both Luton Town and at Barnfield College. He was undecided as to whether to retire from playing or not, but in February 2007 signed for Salisbury City, on a short term contract.
 
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