Robins the top target for City bosses - reports

PUBLISHED: 11:49 05 May 2009 | UPDATED: 16:15 10 September 2010

Former City striker Mark Robins was today reported to be a target to take over as manager at Carrow Road. With Bryan Gunn set to meet the board tomorrow to discuss his future, one national newspaper claimed the 39-year-old Rotherham boss was top of the Canaries' wanted list.

Former City striker Mark Robins was today reported to be a target to take over as manager at Carrow Road.

With Bryan Gunn set to meet the board tomorrow to discuss his future, one national newspaper claimed the 39-year-old Rotherham boss was top of the Canaries' wanted list.

Rotherham began the season on minus 17 points and were forced to play at the Don Valley Stadium in Sheffield - but had it not been for that deduction, they would have finished in fifth place in League Two with a play-off place.

"It has been a magnificent season after the start we had and all the problems we faced," said Robins, whose team lost 1-0 to promoted Exeter on the final day.

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