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Mark Robins

Mark Robins

Clubs played for: Manchester United, Norwich City, Leicester City, FC Copenhagen, Reading, CD Ourense, Panionios, Manchester City, Walsall, Rotherham United, Bristol City, Sheffield Wednesday, Burton Albion (1986-2005)

Born: 1969

Birthplace: Ashton-under-Lyne, Lancashire

Position: Striker

Biography: Shot to fame in 1990 after scoring the FA Cup semi-final replay winner in extra time against Oldham. Then made a sub appearance in the final but two years later, he hadn't progressed into the starting line up as often as he wanted, despite being a potent weapon to have on the bench. His frustration prompted a transfer request then an £800,000 move to Norwich City. Robins originally joined Rotherham United as assistant manager before being appointed manager in 2007. In 2009, he left the club to become the boss of Barnsley.

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