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Andy Robertson started the decade playing in the lower echelons of Scottish football and he's ended with three trophies for Liverpool.
Just in 2012, an 18-year old Robertson tweeted about not having any money and needing a job while playing for Queen's Park in the Scottish third division.
Just a few months on and Robertson was playing in front of 242 fans away at Annan Athletic in a 2-0 defeat.
However, fast forward seven years and Robertson's career has changed dramatically. He's the captain of his country and a champion of both Europe and the world after lifting the Champions League and Club World Cup in 2019 to close out the decade.
Beginning of End of- Andy Robertson (@andrewrobertso5) December 30, 2019
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Robertson moved to Dundee United after excelling for Queen's Park and was later snapped up by Hull City for just short of £3 million a year later.
He spent three years at the KCOM Stadium, including two in the Premier League - and clearly caught the eye of Liverpool, who snapped him up for a dirt-cheap £8 million in 2017.
It did take him a fair bit of time to fit into the side to begin with him but he quickly endeared himself to the Liverpool faithfuls thanks to his assists, energy, passion and shithousery.
He deservedly made the PFA Team of the Year last season after laying on 11 assists for teammates and he's continued to be an integral part of Jurgen Klopp's side this term - where they are well on course to finally win a Premier League title.
Robertson has experienced quite the meteoric rise this decade, though so to has his full-back partner Trent Alexander-Arnold.
Happy new year everyone :wink:- Trent Alexander-Arnold (@trentaa98) December 30, 2019
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