Where is Mark Robins now?
Famous for scoring the winner in a game which ultimately meant that Alex Ferguson kept his Manchester United manager’s job, Mark Robins retired from playing in 2005 after a brief spell with Burton Albion.
Mark Robins has gone into management since retiring from playing and has managed at Rotherham United, Barnsley, Coventry City and Huddersfield Town.
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In October 2014 Robins was appointed as manager of League One side Scunthorpe United.
Robins had a reasonably successful first year at the club finishing 16th place, six points from relegation.
Unfortunately Robins second season at the club wasn’t quite as successful and he was sacked in January 2016 with the club lying in 16th place after only winning two out of eight games.
In March 2017, he made a return to football management with League One side Coventry City.
This was his second spell as manager of the Midlands club having previously managed them between 2012 and 2013.
Within four weeks Robins had won his first trophy with the club when they won the Checkatrade Trophy against Oxford United at Wembley.
Mark Robins: Premier League Statistics
|Premier League Teams Played for||Leicester City, Norwich City|
Statistics courtesy of www.premierleague.com