Liverpool and Scotland left-back Andy Robertson, known for his no-nonsense approach when it comes to the football field has a lighter side off the pitch. Robertson revealed his typical quarantine day schedule through a series of screenshots on Twitter which involved an unhealthy obsession over his full-back partner Trent Alexander Arnold, Major Missing of Virgil Van Dijk and much more.
The series of screenshots involved a number of daily reminders patched on the home screen of his phone. The ‘daily schedule’ of his begins with feeding the kids at 8 AM before calling Trent roughly 25 minutes later.
After the call comes the group yoga session with the ‘boys’ which follows with a self-rewarding can of soft-drink Irn Bru. Trent once again makes a mark on his schedule with a second call to make sure that the right-back is alright.
Other prominent entries in his schedule include texting defensive stalwart Virgil Van Dijk to let him know that he misses him. A brief look into James Milner’s Instagram account and a couple of more calls to Trent spread across the day. Take a look at the schedule right below:
8am: Feed kids
8.25: Call Trent
8.30: Yoga with the boys
9.00: Irn Bru and rehydrate (you deserve it Andy)
9.05: Call Trent, check he’s OK
10.00: Grab another Irn Bru just in case
10.05: Scroll through Milly’s Insta
13.15: Text Virgil to tell him I miss him
15.00: Call Trent again… just because
15.15: Watch corner taken quickly ‘cos Trent told me to
15.30: Go to garden and try to recreate it
19.00: Put kids to bed
22.00: Call Trent to say goodnight
Thought you’d like to see what a typical day in isolation looks like for Robbo… pic.twitter.com/FSUa0TIaXV
— Andy Robertson (@andrewrobertso5) April 17, 2020