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#PremierLeagueStories @LFC #LFC – A day in the life of #AndyRobertson during #coronavirus lockdown

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Liverpool defender Andy Robertson has provided a hilarious insight into what a ‘typical’ day in isolation looks like for him. The Scot, like every other footballer in the country, is currently confined to home with the season suspended due to the coronavirus pandemic.

We have already seen how the Liverpool squad are keeping in touch with each other via Zoom yoga sessions and other light training activities together via video link. For example, Jurgen Klopp has been sharing his lockdown tv box set binge-watching choices while James Milner has kept everyone chortling with the various amusing ways he’s been keeping himself entertained.

Andy Robertson used Twitter in a  hilariously tongue-in-cheek way of what a typical day in isolation entails.

  1. Being the family man he is, it begins with feeding the kids at 8am and by 25 past he is on the phone checking in with in with his full-back buddy, Trent Alexander-Arnold.
  2. 8.30 AM sees him logging on to do yoga with his LFC boys and by 9, he’s ready to refuel with prime Scottish nectar Iron Bru, which he quite rightly reminds himself that he deserves.
  3. 9:05 sees his second call of the day to Trent to check he’s ok and at 10 is another Iron Bru refuelling session, which sets him up perfectly for a scroll through James Milner’s Insta at 10.05am.
  4. Real business takes place at 11.05am with a gym session and by 12.15pm he’s ready for lunch.
  5. An hour later is a wistful call to Virgil van Dijk to tell the big Dutchman he misses him. It’s unclear how long this poignant call talks but a 3pm he’s on the blower to West Derby’s finest again.. just because.
  6. 3.15pm sees a moment many Liverpool fans will relate to as he watches ‘Corner Taken Quickly’ because Trent told him to relive that epic moment of intuitive genius against Barcelona last May.
  7. A quarter of an hour later he’s trying to recreate that iconic moment of LFC history and he obviously must be really keen to get it right because the next thing on his agenda isn’t till 7pm when he puts the kids to bed.
  8. There’s only one way Andy Robertson’s day can finish.. that’s right, one final check-in to his best mate Trent to wish him goodnight.

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