Andrew Robertson is a Scottish football player born on 11 March 1994. He plays as Captain of the Scotland National Team. He plays as the left-back for Premier League. He is considered in world’s best football player. He is also known for his crossing, tackling, and mostly speed.
He began his career in 2012 with Queen’s Park before he joins Dundee United. He performed so well and finest player that he was named the PFA Scotland Young Player of the Year.
Andrew Robertson’s Childhood And Career
Andrew was born in Glasgow on 11 March 2021. Jim Duffy and Charlie Nicholas who was a footballer were his father named Brian’s friends. Andrew attended the school in Giffnock in East Renfrewshire, in his school he captain the football team. As a youth, he played for Giffnock Soccer Centre and Celtic but was released at under 15 as he was considered to be small after that he signed for Queen’s Park.
Andrew Robertson Bright Career
Andrew club career, a career in Queen Club, before starting his career at Queen Club he was to start an undergraduate degree before joining the club, he debut in Scottish Challenge Club with a penalty shoot against Berwick Rangers and there he make a total of 40 appearances during the season. For Queens Club, he goal first in a 2-1 defeat to East Stirlingshire on 13 November 2012.
Andrew Robertson joined Dundee United while in Queen’s Club he was signed for the Scottish Premiership. Andy begins his career in the lower leagues of Scotland and with this, he becomes the best left-backs in world soccer. Andrew won 3 leagues with 6 honors in two countries. He become the Scottish national team’s captain and also he was a regular player in the Premier League Liverpool.
Andrew become one of the best players from Liverpool in such a short period of time and he went on to win the champions league and premier league.
Robertson is also good in his writing, in 2020 he released a book that focuses on his work being a part of Liverpool during the 2019-2020 campaign. The funds raised from the book sales will be used for underprivileged children in Scotland.