Michael Robinson has died, from the treble player at Liverpool to Shrek

MADRID (SPAIN) – Michael Robinson, a former striker from Liverpool, Manchester City and other British teams, has died in Madrid .

He would have been 62 on 12 July, he had been suffering from cancer for some time.

He played over 300 Premier League games.

His golden season was that of 1983 / '84, when he won the Premier, the League Cup and the Champions with the Liverpool shirt.

He retired in 1989, having played for the past three years in Osasuna, Spain.

Michael Robinson was a very talented striker, he played mainly as a central but could also be used as an outside striker.

Robinson was so strong from a technical point of view that he could also be deployed on the pitch as a midfielder or half striker.

With Liverpool, Robinson played a total of thirty games scoring six goals.

After hanging up his boots, he embarked on a successful career as a radio and television commentator in Spain, where he had settled.

After retiring Robinson began commenting on the 1990 football world cup for Radio Televisión Española.

He later worked as a presenter on Canal +, where he ran the El día después program for 14 years (1991–2005) and was called to comment on rugby matches.

He also lent his ugly sister's voice in the Spanish version of the animated film Shrek (sources Ansa and Wikipedia).

Source: Blitz Quotidiano

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