Coventry City have confirmed that Mark Robins has committed his future to the club by signing a new deal.
✍️ NEWS: We are delighted to announce that Manager Mark Robins has signed a new contract with Coventry City!
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The 52-year-old is in his second spell in charge of the Sky Blues and he has done a remarkable job, with the club now established in the Championship after winning two promotions under his guidance in recent years.
Therefore, the club have moved to tie down Robins on a longer deal, with an announcement coming this evening that he had agreed fresh terms, although they didn’t state when the contract runs until.
Nevertheless, it’s still great news for Coventry and Robins revealed his delight to at the new agreement when speaking to the club’s official site.
“Together we have made huge progress over the last five years and we can be very proud of what we have achieved so far. We are now a very competitive Championship side and we want to continue our development. There is a very special bond between the fans and the Club.”
The Sky Blues will be looking to get a result against Stoke City this weekend to ensure a top-half finish this season.
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This is fantastic news for all connected to Coventry because Robins has done a brilliant job, which has seen him loosely linked with a few other roles in recent weeks.
So, that puts an end to any speculation and shows that he is totally committed to continuing what he has done with the club.
Now, he will be determined to end the campaign on a high before making a few tweaks in the summer to try and have Coventry pushing for the play-offs again next season.
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