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Andy Robertson has proved what a great captain he is by giving every Scotland player and staff member a gift box upon their arrival at the team's training camp.
Steve Clarke's side have set up base in Middlesbrough for the tournament, where they've been placed in Group D alongside England, Czech Republic and Croatia.
And Liverpool left-back Robertson has handed out hampers worth over £900 for the squad and backroom staff, complete with a host of different items.
There's a slew of Scottish staple drinks in the box, including a litre of Irn-Bru, a can of Tennent's and a bespoke bottle of Johnnie Walker blue label whiskey.
Shortbread continued the tartan takeover, while each player also received a £379 Apple watch, £300 Bang&Olufsen E8 Sport wireless sports earphones and a personalised Scotland edition of FIFA 21.
Robertson took to Twitter to share a picture of the boxes, thanking all the brands for their contributions.
Football agency PLG Groupset up the box on behalf of the former Hull City man and commented: ""Scotland captain Andy Robertson, has surprised his full squad and backroom staff with a unique gift box ahead of the team's first match on the 14th June.
"To celebrate Scotland's 23 year wait for an international tournament, Andy has pulled together an extra special line-up of branded gifts which pay homage to the team's roots."
Thank you to all the brands that made this possible, very much appreciated :blue_heart::flag_black: pic.twitter.com/cftsYMMkuc
- Andy Robertson (@andrewrobertso5) June 9, 2021
:gift: Kevin Nisbet says Andy Robertson gave everyone in the Scotland squad one of these gift boxes on arrival at their Euro training camp.
:flag_black: They include an Apple Watch, earphones and lots of Scotland related items. pic.twitter.com/ksvdHz38FX
- Andrew Maclean (@AndrewMaclean_) June 10, 2021
Naturally, the gesture was received very well amongst the team - with striker Kevin Nisbet praising Robertson for going out of his way.
"When we arrived Robbo had bought us a load of gifts off his own back, which were all to do with Scotland," Nisbet said, as per the Daily Mail.
"It was a great touch. It brings the squad even closer together. He's a great guy who is a great captain and leader. He is the best person to take us forward.
"Everyone was very appreciative, because he's gone out of his way to do that."
Scotland begin their Euro 2020 campaign against Czech Republic at Hampden Park on June 14.
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