Liverpool star Andrew Robertson lifts the lid on his club's dressing room hierarchy
Leadership within the Liverpool dressing room is shared amongst a handful of key senior players, Andrew Robertson has revealed.
According to the left-back, Jurgen Klopp introduced a 'leadership group' at Anfield in 2018 when the squad voted Virgil van Dijk third in line behind captain Jordan Henderson and vice-captain James Milner.
The Dutchman, who has emerged a vital leader on the pitch, was later joined by Robertson, Alisson Becker and Trent Alexander-Arnold - and the six stars have been keeping order in the Reds camp since 2021.
Eager to encourage high standards, the players police themselves when it comes to fines, although one individual is said to be in charge of issuing sanctions in particular.
Speaking on the latest We are Liverpool podcastvia the club website, Robertson said: 'Hendo (Henderson) and Millie (Milner) make a lot of decisions. For instance like fines, Millie is the fine police, he is in charge.
'Since I have been here he has been fined once and the place erupted! Some of the fines are expensive. If you forget your passport for an away trip, you're getting a lot of your wage taken off you.
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