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Robins Is Keen To Return To Football Management

Robins Is Keen To Return To Football Management

Mark Robins, who has been linked with the vacant manager`s seat at Ashton Gate has said that he would love to return to football management.

Robins was last in football up until the end of last season when he quit as manager of Barnsley.

But although he wants to get back into football, he was saying nothing about the City manager`s job when speaking to the Bristol Evening Post.

He said: 'I'm certainly interested in getting back into work and I'd consider any good job that becomes available."

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Writer:Andy999
Date:Thursday October 6 2011
Time: 12:33PM

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Another coppell, he walked out o Barnsley didn't he?
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06/10/2011 17:09:00
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