A great story of @andyrobertson94
and what he thinks about Real Madrid:
One year ago, the Scot watched Real Madrid beat Juventus to win the 2017 Champions League final with family and a few friends at home.
Just three weeks earlier, he had experienced the low of relegation from the Premier League with Hull City. His summer transfer to the Reds was two months away.
By now you’ll already know what had come before all that: his release by Celtic as a teenager, the shifts at Hampden Park to make ends meet, the spell in the Scottish Third Division.
But, on the eve of the 2018 Champions League final and with Real once again through to the showpiece fixture in Kiev, this time Robertson won’t be watching proceedings from afar.
He’ll be playing for the trophy. “They all came around to mine, we got a curry,” the left-back explained to Liverpoolfc.com of the stark contrast from this year to last. “It was an incredible game; I think most of the world wanted [Gianluigi] Buffon to get his hands on the trophy, but it wasn’t meant to be for him, and Real Madrid did what they do best: showed up on the big occasion and won the trophy again. “It’s been an incredible season, full of ups and downs, hard moments and very high moments. Hopefully we’ve got one more high moment left in us"
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