Time at Club:
Mark Robins is currently enjoying his second spell as manager of Coventry City, with whom he's led from League Two to the Championship.
He was in charge of the Sky Blues between 2012-13 before he left for Huddersfield Town. After a spell in West Yorkshire and Scunthorpe he returned to Coventry but was unable to prevent them being relegated to the fourth tier of English football for the first time since 1959.
He did bring silverware to the city for the first time since their famous FA Cup win of 1987, as 43,000 Coventry fans watched them beat Oxford 2-1 at Wembley in the Checkatrade trophy.
Two promotions have followed, which included winning League One in 2020.
He had a win percentage of 51% in his first spell at the club and he did steady the ship before relegation with a win percentage of 41%. If he had been in charge for the whole season then the Sky Blues would have had a much more fruitful season.
|Coventry City||173||77||45||51||44.5||06 Mar 2017 - Present|
|Scunthorpe United||71||23||24||24||32.4||13 Oct 2014 - 18 Jan 2016|
|Huddersfield Town||68||23||14||31||33.8||14 Feb 2013 - 10 Aug 2014|
|Coventry City||33||17||6||10||51.5||19 Sep 2012 - 14 Feb 2013|
|Barnsley||92||29||25||38||31.5||09 Sep 2009 - 15 May 2011|
|Rotherham United||129||56||30||43||43.4||01 Mar 2007 - 09 Sep 2009|