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Who is Coventry’s manager?
Mark Robins is the current Coventry City manager and has been in the role since 2017. He’s from Ashton under Lyne, Lancashire, England and used to play as a striker for many sides around England.
Mark Robins started out his career in the Manchester United youth academy in 1984 before being promoted to the first team in 1988. He made 48 appearances for the Red Devils before leaving the club. He moved to 12 different clubs including Manchester City, Leicester City and Norwich City before finishing his career at Burton Albion. In 1990 he also made 6 appearances for England under 21’s scoring 7 goals in an impressive few appearances. He won many honours as a player including the FA Cup in 1990, the FA Charity Shield in 1990, the European Cup Winners' Cup in 1990–91 and the European Super Cup in 1991 for Manchester United. He also won the Football league cup in 1997 for Leicester City along with many “young player” awards including the Denzil Haroun Young Player of the Year in 1988-89.
After retiring in 2005, he took an interest in managing as he got his first managerial job in 2007 with Rotherham. He worked at Rotherham until 2009 where he moved to Barnsley, however, in 2011 he resigned from the post due to differences with the board. He then moved to Coventry City to Huddersfield Town to Scunthorpe United before ending up at Coventry City for his second stint in 2017.
As a manager, Mark Robins’ only honours have come in his second spell at Coventry City as he’s won the EFL Trophy in the 2016-17 season and the Playoff final in the 2017-18 season. He’ll be hoping to add to these achievements as he proceeds to build his Coventry City side for the upcoming 2019-20 campaign.
Mark Robins was appointed at the Coventry City manager in March 2017 where he couldn’t manage to keep the side in League One. However, the club decided to stick with him for the 2017-18 season which turned out to be the correct decision as Coventry City finished 6th in League Two and were promoted via the playoffs. The next season, the club finished 8th in League One which was a solid league position for the newly promoted side.
Coventry were crowned Champions of EFL League One 2020 after a Extraordinary General Meeting between all 23 League One clubs, which saw the season ended 9 games early, ruled that the final table would be calculated on a points per game (PPG) basis.
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