Published: Fri, September 14, 2018
Sport | By Cameron Gross

Liverpool employ Jack Robinson as reserve goalkeeping coach to John Achterberg

Liverpool employ Jack Robinson as reserve goalkeeping coach to John Achterberg

Liverpool are poised to make an appointment in their coaching department, with Jack Robinson reportedly heavily fancied by the Reds.

Robinson is now contracted to the FA, where he works with England's underage goalkeepers, and saw his reputation soar when he was part of the backroom staff for the U17 side which won the World Cup past year.

Robinson has previously worked in the goalkeeping department at Manchester United, and was also involved in the England U17 World Cup winning squad of a year ago.

Jack Robinson, who has previously worked at Manchester United and is now the National Goalkeeper Coach at the Football Association, has been given the chance to work alongside John Achterberg with Liverpool's first team.

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Robinson spent seven years at United working with the likes of Eric Steele and Frans Hoek and helped to coach David de Gea and Edwin van der Saar.

Robinson will focus on coaching young goalkeepers Kamil Grabara and Caoimhin Kelleher, both of whom are highly rated by the club.

Some Liverpool fans have pointed the blame at Achterberg for their recent goalkeeping woes, as neither Mignolet nor Loris Karius appeared to improve under his teaching.

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