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John Barnes piles praise for the Liverpool star. Andrew Robertson has been hailed as a “great servant” for the Premier League team by John Barnes, a former Liverpool player, and ESPN football analyst. Barnes emphasized Robertson’s accomplishments on both sides of the field in a recent interview with BonusCodeBets, praising his inventive assists and solid defense.

According to John Barnes, Andrew Robertson is a superb player. Yes, he has been a fantastic source of creativity, similar to Trent Alexander-Arnold in terms of assists, but he has also been a fantastic defender, preventing goals and throwing crosses in. He is a full-back who plays defense.

Robertson has been a key contributor to Liverpool’s recent success, and the attacking play of the club has benefited much from his ability to create crosses and set up goals. Barnes noted that Robertson’s defensive play stands out, stating that it has been really important for him to stop goals against the Reds.

His assists are a plus for me, he continued. His all-around play and defending have both been excellent. So, even though you talk about his assists, I’m far more curious about how frequently he has prevented goals from being scored.

The former England international stated that he does not think it is appropriate to discuss the legacies of players who are still playing because they can still do more before retiring. But he went on to say that Robertson had served the Merseyside club as a “great servant.”

“I’ll never talk about people’s legacies before they retire because, of course, you can win the league four or five times before you quit playing,” he continued. He has been a wonderful player and a fantastic servant to Liverpool at this time.

Robertson joined Liverpool in the summer of 2017 on a long-term contract worth an initial £8 million from EFL Championship club Hull City. Since then, the Scotland international has been a consistent member of Jurgen Klopp’s squad, amassing eight goals and a whopping 60 assists in 242 appearances across various competitions.

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Salman Shaikh
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