Mark Robins is the manager of Huddersfield Town following his appointment on 14 February 2013. Robins replaced the sacked Simon Grayson but leaves Coventry City disappointed after a brief, yet successful, five months in charge of the club. Robins successfully kept Town in the Championship and will be targetting a top-half of the table finish next season.
Robins began his managerial career at Rotherham United after a stint as assistant manager at the club. Taking the role permanently in April 2007 we managed to lift them off the bottom of the table but was unable to save them from relegation down to League Two. In his first full season in charge he guided them to a 9th place finish, which was followed by 14th. Both were impressive considering that the club were deducted 10 points and 17 points respectively.
Robins moved to Championship side Barnsley in September 2009. The club had a disappointing season finishing 18th in the table. They followed this up with a 17th place finish in 2010/11, with Robins resigning at the end of the season due to financial disputes with the board.
Robins was appointed Coventry City manager on September 19th 2012 but left to join Huddersfield in February 2013.