Richard Andrew 'Andy' Robinson OBE (born 3 April 1964) is an English rugby union coach and retired player. He is the former head coach of Scotland.
Robinson played as an openside flanker for Bath, England and the British and Irish Lions. He was head coach of England from October 2004 until November 2006, then coach of Edinburgh Rugby and joint coach of Scotland A between October 2007 and June 2009. On 4 June 2009 Robinson was named the new head coach of Scotland. He resigned on 25 November 2012 following a 21-15 defeat at home against Tonga.
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... Sir Clive Woodward resigned on 2 September and Andy Robinson was appointed head coach ... Robinson had been on Woodward's coaching staff for the duration of the World Cup campaign ... Robinson's first Six Nations campaign in 2005 was even less successful then 2004 with fourth place after losing three, and winning two matches ...
... process it was announced on 1 October 2007 that Andy Robinson, the former England head coach, would become the club's new head coach ... Edinburgh showed progress under Robinson, performing well at home in the Heineken Cup posting wins against Leinster and Leicester Tigers and a narrow loss ... Following disappointing performances by Scotland in the 6 Nations, and Robinson co-coaching Scotland A, there were rumours of Robinson taking a post ...
... Record as England head coach Games coached 22, Won 9, Lost 13, Drawn 0 Biggest Win Canada 70–0 (November 2004) Biggest Loss (home or away) Australia 34–3 (June 2006) Biggest Loss (home) New Zealand 20–41 (November 2006) Record as Scotland head coach Games coached 35, Won 15, Lost 19, Drawn 1. ...
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