‘Decent glow up to be honest’: Fans go wild for Andy Robertson’s incredible 10-year journey after Liverpool star posts 2010 snap from Queen’s Park youth set-up alongside 2019 Champions League trophy lift
- Andy Robertson began the decade playing in the Scottish third division
- The now Liverpool defender is finishing it as a Champions League winner
- Fans went wild on social media after Robertson posted comparison snaps
Few can rival the meteoric rise of Andy Robertson over this decade.
From the Scottish third division to becoming a Champions League winner, Robertson’s path to the top has been as unexpected as it has unorthodox.
As we approach the end of the decade, Robertson has captured his 10-year journey beautifully by posting a picture of where he was at the start of the 2010s to where he is now.
Andy Robertson began the decade playing in the Scottish third division for Queen’s Park
The Scotsman is ending the decade as a Champions League winner with Liverpool
One picture shows him in action for Queen’s Park academy while another one posted alongside it shows him lifting the Champions League in Madrid earlier this year.
It feels appropriate to also point out that Robertson posted on Twitter in 2012, prior to breaking into the Queen’s Park side: ‘Life at this age is rubbish with no money #needajob.’
Robertson’s move to Liverpool from Hull in 2017 raised some eyebrows but the Scotsman has become a key figure in Jurgen Klopp’s side and one of the first names on the teamsheet.
The 25-year-old has also enjoyed success on the international stage, captaining his country for the first time last year.
After posting the comparison picture on social media, fans couldn’t help but praise Robertson for the progress he has made over the past 10 years.
‘You’re an inspiration to us all,’ one person wrote on Twitter. Another added: ‘Well deserved. Been one of the best left-backs in the Premier League for last couple of years.’
Gary Lineker also replied to Robertson, writing: ‘Great talent with terrific work rate = [Robertson].’