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Andy Robertson's Tweet From 2012 Shows How Far He's Come

Andy Robertson's Tweet From 2012 Shows How Far He's Come

Andy Robertson's rise to prominence has been astonishing and one tweet from the man himself in 2012 perfectly demonstrates it.

The tweet, sent from an 18-year old Robertson back in August 2012, has once again been doing the rounds after the Scotland international became a Premier League winner.

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The former Hull City full back only joined the Reds in the summer of 2017 for just £8 million, and the fee has been an absolute bargain, but he signed a new five year deal that will keep him at the club until 2024.

Robertson's latest success reminded people of a social media posts of his from 2012, long before he ever would have imagined signing for Liverpool.

Eight years ago, playing for Queen's Park in the Scottish Third Division, where the money wasn't great, he tweeted about needing to get another job because he had no money.

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Andy Robertson's Brilliant Tweet From 2012 Shows How Far He's Come

Robertson serves as a reminder that hard work pays off. After spending his time playing in front of 200 spectators in the lower echelons of Scottish football, he got a move to Dundee United after excelling for the Glasgow club and was later snapped up by Hull City for just short of £3 million a year later.

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He spent three years at the KCOM Stadium, including two in the Premier League - and clearly caught the eye of Liverpool.

Speaking about Liverpool's title victory, Robertson said: "We won the Champions League and in the summer I can't say that I wasn't happy with having that winners' medal around my neck, but a part of us did feel like it could've been more.

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"It could have been a double and on that open top bus we could've maybe had the Premier League trophy as well.

"But that's the attitude we took with us as well this season.

"We've showed we can take setbacks in our stride because we got beat in the Champions League final and then the next season we win it

"We got beat by a point one season in the Premier League and then the next season we go and run away with it."

Topics: Liverpool, Football News, Football, Premier League, Andy Robertson

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