Michael Robinson, who has died aged 61, was once asked to describe his Spanish football show, El Día Después (The Day After): "It's an X-ray of society, it's about a communal feeling", he said.
The tweet reads: "With tremendous sadness, we inform you of Michael's death".
"He leaves a big void behind but also countless memories, full of the same love that he always showed".
"We will be eternally grateful to you for making this man SO HAPPY, he never walked alone".
The former striker called time on his playing days while at Osasuna and went on to become a well known and respected figure in the Spanish football media.
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Robinson, who claimed a league title with the Reds during their treble-winning 1983-84 campaign, had been battling cancer since 2018.
Leicester-born Robinson was a member of the Liverpool team that won the 1983/84 European Champion Clubs' Cup, coming on as an extra-time substitute in the final against Roma at the Stadio Olimpico.
"You look well, Michael..." "Rest in peace", Alonso wrote.
Speaking to Simon Hughes, Robinson said "I came over on 7 January 1987".
Spanish giants Barcelona said on the social networking site: "We at FC Barcelona wish to express our deepest condolences for the passing of Michael Robinson, a person who loved football and who knew how to explain it with knowledge and ingenuity".
Another of Robinson's former clubs, Manchester City, tweeted: "We are deeply saddened to learn of the passing of Michael Robinson".