Brit Coaches Abroad: James Robinson

James Robinson is manager of the Ballarat Red Devils in the Australian second tier. He talks about Kevin Muscat, heads & volleys in Huyton & scoring injury-time winners...

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rbb_devil (Manchester United) says...

Love this feature, especially when it involves Australia. You should look into Mike Mulvey, also a Brit who never played in any top league but worked his way up through the local state leagues and is now a premiership winner with Brisbane Roar.

Posted 11:30pm 5th June 2014

andylfc (Liverpool) says...

I know this is loaned from another website, but this feature is one of the best things on F365. The only thing that lets it down for me (and it's an indictment against football rather than the website or the people interviewed) is that a lot of the Brits coaching abroad are ex-pro's. Without judging them, as they may be talented coaches anyway, it must be much easier to get a job when you know people than for Average Joe's with coaching badges like me who may never get such a chance either here or abroad. Still, it inspires me to dream and to keep trying!

Posted 9:48am 5th June 2014

ntr (Liverpool) says...

I remember that goal! And here's to you Jamie Robinson! Melbourne loves you more than you will know! Wowowo!

Posted 3:53am 5th June 2014

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