Robert Snodgrass is a winger who was in his third season with Leeds United in 2010-11. Robert began his career with Livingston, making his debut in the SPL just days after his 17th birthday. A hard worker who can play on either flank, Robert has good ball control and the ability to deliver the ball into the danger zone. He missed the opening weeks of the 2010-11 campaign after suffering an injury but once back to fitness he was in impressive form. Robert made his first appearance for the senior Scotland team against Northern Ireland in February 2011 and has since added to his total of caps.
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