Jack Robinson is an English left back of Liverpool and the England national youth team. He is the youngest player ever to make the first team appearance for ‘The Reds’. Jack was born in Warrington, Cheshire.
Jack was a trainee of Liverpool, who made his first team appearance on 9 May 2010 in the Premier League match against Hull City, coming on as a substitute for Ryan Babel. At that moment Robinson was 16 years and 250 days old and, besides, he did not play in any of the games for reserve teams of Liverpool.
Jack performed for the England national U-17 team and won the international Algarve tournament with it.
During 2011/2012 Jack continued his education in Crosby school and trained with the Liverpool reserve team. The main achievement of the back is a Premier League match against London side Arsenal in the 33rd round of 2011/2012. The footballer came on as a substitute for Fábio Aurélio on the 22nd minute of a 1-1 draw and showed a very solid play.
In 2013 Jack played for a Championship side Wolverhampton Wanderers and later on for Blackpool.
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