Mark Robins

Mark Robins

Mark Gordon Robins (born 22 December 1969 in Ashton-under-Lyne, Lancashire ) is an English football manager, and former professional footballer and current manager of Coventry City in the Football League One.

As a player he was a striker from 1986 to 2005. After starting his career with Manchester United, he went on to play in the Premier League for Norwich City and Leicester City before playing in the Football League with Reading, Manchester City, Walsall, Rotherham United, Bristol City, Sheffield Wednesday and in Europe with FC Copenhagen, C.D. Ourense and Panionios. He finished his career in the Conference National with Burton Albion, and was capped 6 times by England U21. In 2007 he became manager of Rotherham United, and joined Barnsley in the same capacity in 2009.

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