Andrew Robertson discloses that Liverpool have improve under new throw-in coach
New update from Liverpool player, Andrew Robertson made it known that the Reds have improved greatly in terms of throw-in under new specialist throw-in coach, Thomas Gronnemark.
Thomas Gronnemark currently has the longest throw-in in the world and has taken a part-time job at Liverpool to train the players on how to do it better.
Andrew Robertson disclosed that Liverpool coach, Jurgen Klopp noticed the players lacked the skill last season, as they lose possession each time the ball went to a throw-in and the German coach sought means to correct it this season.
Jurgen Klopp had gone ahead to employ the service of Gronnemark at Anfield to correct the poor skill.
According to Robertson, many of the Reds players have improved in terms of throw-in as it has yielded positive results in their first four matches.
Andrew Robertson joined Liverpool from West Ham.
This is a proof that Jurgen Klopp is ready to go at any length to get Liverpool squad into the best form.
The Reds are seated at the top of the EPL table and will be taking on Tottenham Hotspur at Wembley Stadium immediately after the international holiday.