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He is not Darwin or Salah, the player who is now the most loved at Anfield

One of the great attributes of Liverpool fans is undoubtedly

By Charles Cornwall

 Salah and Nuñez celebrating and an unknown player
Salah and Nuñez celebrating and an unknown player
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One of the great attributes of Liverpool fans is undoubtedly their ability to show their unconditional support for the team, since they never stop supporting and the stadium is always full. Which undoubtedly makes Anfield one of the most complex fields to play as a visitor, since it has one of the best fans in the world. When a player wins the affection of the fans, they will never forget him, and they will always make you feel welcome.

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Such was the case with Andy Robertson, who had not played at Anfield since September 24, when the Reds hosted West Ham. With Robertson being absent from Anfield for almost 5 months, what no one expected was the way in which he was received. After surgery and a fairly long recovery, on January 28, it was announced in the 55th minute that the long wait was coming to an end and Robertson was returning to Anfield, to which the fans responded in an incredible way, giving a great welcome on his return.

This is undoubtedly a boost for the player and the team, since recovering Robertson is great news. After his return, these were the first comments from Robertson who said how frustrating it is to be injured for a footballer: “Once you're injured, you're like out of sight, out of mind, they don't really talk about you.” Furthermore, Robertson left Anfield with a different mentality as he also stated that: “I left the pitch feeling like I was back and that was nice because, like I said, it was a long time [injured], there were a lot of difficult moments during that, in terms of the surgery and things like that.”

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Despite the uncertainties that Andy Robertson had upon his return to Anfield, the defender was received as he had never imagined, as he said: "When you come back it's a bit strange, you don't know what it will be like; obviously, the atmosphere when I came in reminded me how important I am in this club, and it was a pleasant feeling. So the fans gave him a big surprise upon his return against Norwich.