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Jack Robinson became Liverpool's youngest ever player when he came on against Hull City on Sunday aged 16 years and 250 days.
The Warrington-born defender broke a record set by Max Thompson, who made his debut at the age of 17 years and 129 days in 1974.
Though Robinson replaced Ryan Babel on the left of midfield at Hull, his natural position is at full-back.
He first trained with Rafael Benitez's first team ahead of our Europa League clash with Benfica in March.
"Jack was okay," the boss told us after that session. "He was a little bit shy at first, a little bit quiet.
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"But the senior players were helping and supporting him. The first training session is never easy but little by little he was better."
Remarkably, Robinson hasn't even figured for the Reserves yet - though he has been one of the stars of Rodolfo Borrell's U18 team this term.
His main attributes are his determination and an ability to get forward and produce the goods in the final third.
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