Liverpool Fans Completely Miffed About Andy Robertson’s Omission Today

Liverpool Fans Completely Miffed About Andy Robertson’s Omission Today

Liverpool dropped more points in their Premier League campaign this afternoon, and the club’s supporters were left wondering where on Earth Andy Robertson was.

The energetic left-back was signed from Hull City during the summer transfer window for roughly £10 million and made his full debut in the 1-0 win over Crystal Palace on August 19.

His performance was so impressive that he was awarded the man of the match, and he put in a similarly lung-bursting display in the 1-1 draw with Burnley later that month.

It seemed as though the Reds had finally found the left-back they’d been crying out for, with midfielder James Milner having to fill-in there for most of last season.

But, surprisingly, Robertson hasn’t been seen in the Premier League since – and he isn’t injured.

Alberto Moreno – who isn’t exactly flavour of the month amongst Liverpool’s fanbase – has been thrown a lifeline and given a second opportunity to save his career at Anfield.

Pretty much nobody can work out why Robertson isn’t getting more game-time – and he wasn’t even in today’s 18-man squad:

What do you think of the situation? Why isn’t Robertson getting more of an opportunity?

Let us know in the comments section below…

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