Liverpool have been unstoppable in recent years. Jürgen Klopp has put together a team which has conquered all before them. This season has been more difficult due to fitness issues but they’re somehow still in the mix. Team togetherness has been crucial to the success. We’ve seen this togetherness in a recent video; Thiago has been gushing over Andy Robertson.
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Kopites are yet to see the full power of Thiago.
Whilst he has dazzled us with his cameos so far we are yet to see just how good he is when he’s settled in the side.
The Reds brought the midfielder in from Bayern Munich in the summer and he has mostly watched on from the sidelines since.
A positive COVID-19 test was followed by a horror tackle from Richarlison.
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We’re yet to see the Spaniard start two games in a row, when he puts together a run of games he’ll really show us just what he’s going to bring to the side.
Thiago on Andy Robertson
Liverpool fans were, ages ago, asked to send in their questions for our Spanish playmaker.
The video finally dropped this week and it featured a section of Thiago gushing over Andy Robertson and other teammates.
When asked who the funniest member of the squad is, the midfielder replied:
“100 percent Robbo, Andy Robertson. He’s a very funny guy, a very natural person. Everyone loves him and I think he’s a great teammate.
“Adrian as well I know him from the national team, he’s from the south of Spain. The people there are amazing as well.
“Sadio it seems like there’s not a bad day for him, he’s always there with a smile and we appreciate it.
“Gini Wijnaldum is a beloved human and a great person.”
What RTK has to say
Liverpool signing Thiago was the event of the summer.
He had just won the Champions League with Bayern Munich and he packed it in for the Reds.
It’s good to see he’s settling in, Thiago getting along with Andy Robertson is no surprise.
The Scotland captain seems like one of the warmest men you can meet in the game, hopefully their friendship continues to grow.