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Mark Robins in frame for Managers job


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Barnsley football club have approached Rotherham United with a view to talking to Mark Robins about the managers position with the reds.

BFCWEB has learnt that Barnsley have today been allowed to speak to Rotherham United manager Mark Robins about the vacant Barnsley managers job.

Following the sacking Simon Davey when last Saturday's home defeat to Reading proved the final nail in his coffin, and reds fans await news of who will take the reds into their next chapter of their history.

Brentford manager Andy Scott has also been bandied about by the media as a possible successor, but he has stated that he is not looking to leave Griffin Park.

Robins has now emerged as the strongest candidate following his good work managing Rotherham in League Two.

Robins took charge of the Millers in 2007 and got the club to 14th position last season after starting the campaign with a points deduction penalty.

This season so far, has seen an excellent start for the Millers, as they are in second spot in League Two with four wins from the first five matches.

Other names in the frame, could be a surprise return to management for Alan Curbishley after allegedly visiting Oakwell the other day.

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