The League Managers Association has announced that Mark Robins has resigned from his position as Manager of Barnsley Football Club.
Mark has resigned with immediate effect. He said: "I am disappointed that I will no longer have the opportunity to continue the Club’s progress next season. Since taking charge of the Club, I am proud to have guided Barnsley from the foot of the Championship to safety last season, and improve on the league position as well as points total this campaign, all on a limited budget.
“I have thoroughly enjoyed my time here and I would like to offer my sincere thanks to all the players, my staff who worked so hard to try and bring success on the field and especially the supporters. I wish them and the Club every success for the future.”
Mark Robins, 41, was appointed manager in September 2009.
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