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Liverpool still can “keep kicking on” the Premier League Season confident defender Andy Robertson

Liverpool still can "keep kicking on" the Premier League Season confident defender Andy Robertson

Andy Robertson has urged his team to move on from their recent failures in the Premier League. Due to their failures, Liverpool finds themselves in a difficult position on the EPL points table.

Andy Robertson refuses to believe that there is no hope for the Reds this season in the Premier League. Liverpool finds themselves in the seventh position on the table. So, a move up the table would be strenuous for them.

In an interview on March 23rd, 2021, he said, “The results in the league do not inspire hope for us, and I know that. Thus, we know that moving up the table is the only way we can overcome our predicament. Things have been bad for us, though we believe that we can be back to our best soon enough.”

Andy Robertson of Liverpool runs with the ball (Photo by Jack Thomas - WWFC/Wolves via Getty Images)

Andy Robertson of Liverpool runs with the ball (Photo by Jack Thomas – WWFC/Wolves via Getty Images)

The Scotsman came from Hull City on July 21st, 2017, to Anfield and has commanded the Liverpool backline ever since then. Despite being a full back, Andy has proven his worth as an attacker. He recorded fifty-five assists in a hundred and sixty-six appearances for the Reds overall in the EPL.

The record he has accumulated is impressive for a full-back as it is more commonly seen in wingers plying their trade in the Premier League. Therefore, his worth to the Liverpool squad is high and they regard him as a vital part of their team’s future.

However, Andy Robertson feels that Diego Jota is vital to the squad. Jota’s return for the game against Wolverhampton Wanderers was a blessing in disguise for the twenty-seven-year-old and the Anfield side.

Andy Robertson admits that Liverpool missed Diego Jota after Wolves win

Conor Coady of Wolverhampton Wanderers and Diogo Jota of Liverpool (Photo by Matthew Ashton - AMA/Getty Images)

Conor Coady of Wolverhampton Wanderers and Diogo Jota of Liverpool (Photo by Matthew Ashton – AMA/Getty Images)

The Scotsman felt happy over Diego Jota’s return to the Liverpool lineup. He showed his joy in the Portuguese international scoring the winning goal against Wolves. Andy Robertson knows the impact that Jota has made for the Reds after he joined the Reds on September 19th, 2020 from Wolverhampton Wanderers.

In an interview on March 16th, 2021, he said, “We missed him a lot. For him to come back to score the winner is great news. When he left with an injury, we missed out on his attacking prowess. But, he astonished us all by coming back and scoring like he had never left the team.”

Therefore, Liverpool has two players who refuse to give up on their team, and if the other players and the coach follow suit, they can gain back all they have lost before the conclusion of the current season.

Read more: Liverpool Could Take Advantage if They Stop Playing Internationally Claims Team Boss Jurgen Klopp

 

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