Liverpool have made some bargain signings since FSG took over, even more since Michael Edwards took over recruitment. The Reds have seen many a cheap signing transformed into a world class superstar. Perhaps one of the most notable bargain signings boasts an extraordinary win record at the club. Andy Robertson has recorded 77 wins in his first 100 league games for Liverpool.
Andy Robertson at Liverpool
Liverpool signed Andy Robertson from Hull City in an £8m switch.
Reds’ reserve player Kevin Stewart headed to the Tigers for what was thought to be a similar fee.
When he arrived, whilst he settled in, the Scotsman played second fiddle to the error prone Alberto Moreno.
As soon as Robbo got a run of games in the side he never looked back, gradually establishing himself as one of the best left backs in world football.
Robertson win record
This weekend saw Andy Robbo make his 100th Premier League appearance for the Reds.
The Scotsman put in yet another strong performance as his side ran out 2-1 winners over Sheffield United.
Victory over the Blades made it an extraordinary 77 wins in 100 league games for the Liverpool left back.
What RTK has to say
It is no surprise that Robbo has such an impressive win ratio at Anfield.
The Scotsman has been crucial to our success in recent seasons. When he doesn’t play his absence is glaringly obvious.
The left back provides us with a width that stretches teams and his determined running epitomises the intense brand of football that Jürgen Klopp has brought to Liverpool.