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10 Questions: Clark Robertson

22 March 2017

Get To Know Pool's Defender

One of Blackpool's most consistent performers this season, Clark Robertson already has 45 appearances to his name.

Regularly getting The Seasiders playing out from the back, the defender now sits down to tackle our 10 Questions. 

You’re given the microphone in front of your team mates, what song do you sing?
I’ve only done one initiation song so far and that was at Aberdeen, where I sang 500 miles by The Proclaimers.   

You have five pounds left to spend on one item, what do you buy?
I’d get a Tesco’s meal deal because I get one nearly every day on the way home and a lottery ticket.   

What did you go as to your last fancy dress party?
I went as the Scream ghost, the one where the mask pumps blood. 

Who do you room with on away games and what are they like for company?
My roomie is Bright at away games. A soon as we get in the room he puts his music on and I just bully him for the double bed.

What is the most used app on your mobile phone?
I’d say Twitter or Instagram. I normally just keep refreshing them when I’m bored.  

Not including the current squad, who is the best player you’ve played with?
I’d have to say Ryan Fraser, who is now at Bournemouth. He was class when he broke into the Aberdeen team and you can see the quality he has when playing in the Premier League. 

What’s the best holiday you’ve ever been on and why?
I used to always go to Florida with the family when I was younger. There was always loads to do and some great theme parks. 

If you could have one super power, what would it be and why?
I’d like to be able to fly so I could shoot up the road to Scotland after games.   

Who is your best friend in football? 
Bright will be fuming if I don’t say him but he needs to give me a yard.   

What was your first football kit and which name did you put on the back?
I always got the new Rangers kits when I was younger, but I can’t remember who was the first name on the back. 

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