New Huddersfield manager Mark Robins says it was tough to quit Coventry
Robins had transformed Coventry's season after being installed in September
Thursday 14 February 2013
New Huddersfield manager Mark Robins described his decision to walk out on Coventry five months into a three-year contract as the toughest of his career.
Robins had transformed Coventry's season after being installed in September, steering them from to the fringes of the League One play-offs. "It was a considered decision," said Robins, "I spoke to the owner, I sought assur-ances and didn't get any assurances from the owner of Coventry."
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