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Trent Alexander-Arnold Liverpool Signed Image 19/20 EPL Champions Team Trophy Lift In Commentary Chart Frame

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This amazing photo of Liverpool full-back Trent Alexander-Arnold holding the iconic EPL Champions trophy after the Reds won the competition in 2020 was personally signed by the fans’ favourite during a private signing session organised and conducted by one of The Bootroom Collections’ trusted partners in Liverpool. The photo is framed alongside a printed version of Clive Tyldesley’s Commentary Chart for the LIVERPOOL PREMIER LEAGUE CHAMPIONS 2020 in which Liverpool were crowned champions.


A unique memento of Liverpool’s glorious return to the top of the English game in a season that ended with them champions of England, Europe and the World. This commentator’s research grid chronicles each game, each result, every appearance and every scorer of Jurgen Klopp’s route to the club’s first league title for a generation via Jordan Henderson’s famous trophy lifts in Istanbul and Qatar. This is the ultimate archive of the story of Liverpool’s first Premier League title season.


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1. Quality of printing & paper

The printed lines and colours of the many intricate patterns on our Certificate of Authenticity are sharp, clear and free of smudges or blurred edges. The paper is high quality, textured and of a heavier weight than normal paper.

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Each Certificate of Authenticity also includes either an example image of the product or a small photo of the individual signing the product.

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Commentary charts are unique to each commentator. We all prepare a little differently. There is no right or wrong way.

This is my way.

These are prints of match notes for some of the most famous games of the modern era. This is an impression of what I look down on at kick off.

I made my radio commentary debut in 1976. I delivered my first television commentary in 1989. I have hand-written a chart like this for every match. The style, the layout and the colour coding have changed little in that time. Commentators are creatures of habit, and, even though I could display the same information on a computer spreadsheet, the manual copying out remains part of the learning process.

The neat and precise design of the charts is also a psychological prop. Their tidy appearance provides a kind of comfort blanket, a mental confirmation that I have prepared fully.

Fail to prepare, and you prepare to fail.

Names and title information are usually in black, player and match data in blue, goal statistics in red and miscellaneous material in green. I write the charts with standard biros and file them all away for future reference after each match.

Many of the originals have been donated to charity auctions and club museums. Sir Alex Ferguson had my charts for Manchester United’s two Champions League victories framed and hung on his office wall. Match notes for the biggest games often span three or four pages but these are faithful representations of the style of commentary chart I compose for all commentary matches.

This is what my safety net looks like when I step onto the high wire of live commentary to millions of viewers. This is what the start of one of the rides of your life would have looked like from where I was sitting.

We started up ‘Commentary Charts’ with authentic reproductions of original prep notes from memorable matches I worked on, then soon began to receive requests from fans to compile impressions of charts for the iconic games played by their favourite team. This I have done with a process of retrospective research as if I were commentating on that match tomorrow.

I just wish I was!




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