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Stephen Robinson: It would have been hard to top third place finish with Motherwell - now I could go abroad for my next job

Ex-NI ace thrilled with what he achieved on a shoestring budget

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New chapter: Stephen Robinson is ruling nothing out as he looks to the future

New chapter: Stephen Robinson is ruling nothing out as he looks to the future

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New chapter: Stephen Robinson is ruling nothing out as he looks to the future

Former Northern Ireland star Stephen Robinson has spoken about his pride in the job he did at Motherwell, revealed why he felt it was time to leave and discussed what the future holds, outlining that he could be open to offers to coach or manage abroad.

Robinson resigned from the Motherwell manager's job last month, leaving behind a highly impressive body of work. In charge since March 2017, the Lisburn native took the Fir Park outfit to the Scottish Cup and League Cup finals in his first full season at the helm and last term guided the club to a stunning third spot in the Scottish Premiership and a place in Europe.

All the while the 46-year-old delivered magic moments to the fans on one of the lowest budgets in the league, developing a host of young players such as David Turnbull, James Scott and Cedric Kipre and selling them on for millions of pounds.


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