Andy Robertson's Isolation Diary During Lockdown Is The Best Thing Ever

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Andy Robertson's Isolation Diary During Lockdown Is The Best Thing Ever

Andy Robertson has shared his isolation diary during lockdown and it's the best thing ever.


The U.K is in lockdown due to the coronavirus outbreak with the government closing schools, pubs, cafes, restaurants, gyms and other businesses.

The Premier League has been suspended indefinitely since March 13, and Robertson has offered a brilliant insight into what he does as the Liverpool star awaits the resumption of football.


He took to Twitter to reveal his daily plans and it makes for hilarious reading. From texting teammate Virgil van Dijk to recreating Trent Alexander-Arnold's famous corner kick against Barcelona.

The Scotland captain wrote the following message accompanied with three images of his plans: "Thought you'd like to see what a typical day in isolation looks like for Robbo..."

Needless to say, Liverpool fans loved it.


"Corner taken quickly got me," one social media user wrote.

A second tweeted: "Can you text @VirgilvDijk and tell him I also miss him please."


A third added: "can you let him know I love him."

Robertson also gave an interview with a volunteer from the LFC Foundation and detailed what the squad are doing in quarantine.

"We get our own programmes that the fitness team have been giving out," he explained.


"They're good, they're good. We've been in contact a lot.

"We've been FaceTiming each other and we've been on conference calls with us and all the staff doing yoga and bike sessions

"It's not like seeing them every day and you miss them a lot. Hopefully we get to see each other soon."

Topics: Liverpool, Football News, Football, Premier League, Virgil Van Dijk, Andy Robertson

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