VINTAGE Clarets hitman Liam Robinson is branching out all over.
Robinson has been doing so for some time because off the pitch in his working life he is a tree surgeon.
No need to be in BUPA to employ Liam’s services. He is available to all at very reasonable rates. And if he lops off branches and chops down trees as easily as he scores goals his customers will be more than happy.
The former Burnley, Bury and Huddersfield Town striker was the Vintage Clarets leading light up front in the European tournament success in Hamm, Germany.
He scored nine goals for Burnley in a three-year spell playing over 60 games for the Clarets. His best return was while at Bury where he scored 89 times in 262 appearances.
Liam also played for Nottingham Forest, Tranmere Rovers and Scarborough. Local outfit Rossendale United also benefited from Robinson’s experience later when he entered the non-league scene.
Liam lives just outside Huddersfield and is one of the most regular faces, turning up for virtually every VCs game.