Liverpool star follows the footstep of the Reds’ legends to become new Scotland captain

Liverpool have one more leader in their team after Andrew Robertson was named the new permanent captain of Scotland.

The Scottish national team regrouped this week as they look to get over their disappointments of not qualifying for the last World Cup, and look to make an impression in the UEFA Nations League, beginning at the weekend.

Following the retirement of Scott Brown from the national team, the Scottish national team needed a new leader, and after careful consideration, Robertson has been given the leadership mantle.

He becomes the latest scot to captain their national team while playing for Liverpool after the likes of Garry McAllister and Graeme Souness.

Robertson has played 22 times for the national team, scoring 2 goals. He joined Liverpool last year and won the left back position from Alberto Moreno, helping the Reds reach the Champions League final.

Liverpool now have several national team captains in their squad. The likes of Virgil van Dijk, Sadio Mane, Naby Keita, and Mohamed Salah are all captains of their national team.

Scotland play Belgium in a friendly on Friday, before taking on Albania in the UEFA National League three days later.

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Updated: September 4, 2018 — 10:52 am
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