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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
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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 A'Court signed image 9x 13cm

Alan A'Court signed image 9x 13cm
Alan a'Court
It was perhaps the misfortune of Alan A'Court, who has died at the age of 75, that, in the 1958 World Cup finals in Sweden, he was obliged to deputise on England's left wing for Tom Finney.
In the Second Division that A'Court played most of his football for Liverpool, until the arrival of Bill Shankly, who took over in 1959 as manager for who A'Court scored his first Liverpool goal. Altogether, A'Court spent 11 years at Anfield, playing 381 matches and scoring 63 goals.
He made his league debut at Middlesbrough in February 1953, and helped Liverpool to return to the First Division in 1962.
He had helped Liverpool win 6-1 at home against the Icelandic club KR in their first ever European Cup game at Anfield.
After leaving Tranmere in 1966, A'Court embarked on a successful coaching and managerial career. He was player-coach at Norwich City, then went to work in Zambia and New Zealand, returning to England in 1969 to become assistant manager of Stoke City where, in January 1978, he was the interim manager for a month. His next post, assistant manager for Crewe Alexandra, after which he joined the sports staff at Staffordshire University
A'Court left football to run a newsagent's shop on Merseyside.
He was born 30 September 1934; died 15 December 2009 Tiny mark on paper lower down the shirt
£ 35