There’s nothing more fans, enjoyed more in the run up to to the Champions League final was where Andy Robertson was five years ago.
You couldn’t scroll on Twitter because of it saying something like – in 2013 Robertson played in front of 244 people, while his team was getting beat.
His appointment as captain, didn’t come as a shock to many people being one of the more uncontroversial options. As the national team had Scott Brown as captain who was loved by some and hated by some more.
The tweet announcing Robertson was accompanied by the words “Your new Scotland captain is… #NothingMattersMore”.
The video starts with Sir Alex saying “You cannot lead by following”. Then following on from that plenty of former Scottish captains.
We also saw Graeme Souness on 54 caps, perhaps he was going for 55 but fell short?
Robertson said after getting beat from Belgium:
“Obviously it was an emotional day for me. And with all of my family here to watch, it was an emotional night for them as well.
“But I don’t care about the armband on my arm if we get beaten 4-0. I am sure there will be better days than this…”
Robertson is the best choice – which is a bit of a cliche – as his meteoric rise, is inspirational to all youth players around the country to never give up.