Autographs Store Buff up their Stocks of Big Four Football Memorabilia

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There are probably more World Cup players plying their trade at the grounds of English football’s Big Four than there are anywhere else on the planet. Between them, Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool and Manchester United host the hallowed boots of the world’s greatest players – which means that their normal team sheets will almost certainly be represented in full when festivities get under way in South Africa. Manchester United football memorabilia, Chelsea football memorabilia, Arsenal football memorabilia and Liverpool memorabilia has always been big business for the Kent based autograph maestros: this year, it looks likely to be huge.

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There are probably more World Cup players plying their trade at the grounds of English football’s Big Four than there are anywhere else on the planet. Between them, Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool and Manchester United host the hallowed boots of the world’s greatest players – which means that their normal team sheets will almost certainly be represented in full when festivities get under way in South Africa. Manchester United football memorabilia, Chelsea football memorabilia, Arsenal football memorabilia and Liverpool memorabilia has always been big business for the Kent based autograph maestros: this year, it looks likely to be huge.

Manchester United football memorabilia is always going to be a big seller – as, for that matter, is Chelsea memorabilia, Liverpool memorabilia and Arsenal memorabilia. Liverpool souvenirs might have been expected to take a little dive this year, with the team’s unusually “poor” performance across Premiership and European competition – but that’s an expectation that doesn’t take into account the fierce loyalty of fans on the Kop. Or, for that matter, anywhere else in the UK. The English have a peculiar relationship with football clubs, and the players who pull on their strips – no matter who the player, and no matter how the club is doing, there’s a flame that burns bright in the heart of the English football fan that can endure any hardship except the defection of a favoured player to a rival club. As such, Liverpool football memorabilia, despite the club’s mediocre finishes, remains as strong a seller as Chelsea football memorabilia – the team that won the double, again.

Autographs Store are taking good advantage of the English football fan and his (or her) legendarily fierce attachment to a club by improving stocks of Arsenal football memorabilia, Liverpool football memorabilia, Manchester United football memorabilia and Chelsea memorabilia. The Chelsea memorabilia is already taken care of – what true fan, after all, wouldn’t want to get their hands on an authenticated little piece of history by buying a signed photograph or team shirt to commemorate the successful 2009-2010 double season? – and the rest isn’t far behind.

As per usual, fans of all four clubs can buy happily, safe in the knowledge that the signed items they are purchasing have been proven authentic and are subject to rigorous checking procedures. This year, Autographs Store is also standardising its free delivery service – which means that any souvenir item on the site is delivered without charge, no matter what the size. Buyers of Liverpool memorabilia, Chelsea memorabilia, Arsenal memorabilia or Manchester United memorabilia are going to clean up if they get in quick – the company has an unrivalled stock of end of season signings, photos and kit, which fans can have delivered quickly and free.

The football season is over; the World Cup is around the corner; and the country’s best stock of genuine signed kit to commemorate both isn’t in South Africa, but sitting in a warehouse in Kent. Get in now before it’s all hanging on someone else’s wall.

Autographs Store is a Kent based supplier of quality, authenticated Sports Memorabilia, Manchester United memorabilia, Arsenal memorabilia, Chelsea memorabilia and Liverpool memorabilia. They offer free delivery on all items.

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