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Andy Robertson Has Deactivated His Twitter Account.. But Why?

Andy Robertson Has Deactivated His Twitter Account.. But Why?

Andy Robertson has deactivated his Twitter account following Liverpool‘s 2-0 defeat to Napoli.

The Scottish full-back played the full 90 minutes as Jurgen Klopp’s team lost their opening Champions League group game.

It was their first match in the competition since their 2-0 victory over Tottenham in last season’s final.

And it wasn’t what many were expecting given Liverpool’s strong start to the domestic season too.

It wasn’t a great night for Robertson as his penalty gave Napoli their opening goal and his indecision helped cause the second too.

Now Robertson has deactivated his Twitter account – but why?

He’s not the first football player to remove himself from social media after a bad game. His teammate Dejan Lovren has done it before, per Sport Bible.

Robertson may have been on the receiving end of some abuse following last night’s performance, but it’s difficult to find that barring a couple of dissenting voices on Twitter.

If it does turn out to be the case though, it would be a shame considering how consistent Robertson has been during his stint at Liverpool.

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