Mark Robson

Mark Robson is currently first team at Aston Villa.

Robson was previously the first team coach of Norwich City.

Mark, a holder of the UEFA Pro Licence, is widely regarded as one of the best qualified coaches in the professional game and previously coaching under managers such as Alan Curbishley, Les Reed and Alan Pardew.

He has wealth of experience and the ability to manage professional footballers of all ages and abilities, having worked as Charlton Athletics' Development Coach. This position was then followed by his appointment as Assistant Head Coach to Les Reed.

Robson entered management for the first time with Barnet where his role oversee'd the first team squad at Underhill, in addition to helping to develop the club's youth academy.

Prior to Barnet he worked as Assistant Manager at Gillingham and as Peterborough United's First Team Coach under Darren Ferguson.

He later joined The FA as part of England's youth development staff before joining Norwich initially as a under-21 development squad coach. Robson was then promoted to the position of first-team coach prior to the 2013/14 season.

His playing career saw him represent the likes of Exeter City, Tottenham Hotspur, West Ham, Charlton Athletic and Notts County, where he finally hung up his boots in 1999.

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