Check out the profile of returning Coventry City manager Mark Robins...
Today, the club confirmed the appointment of Mark Robins as the new first-team manager.
The 47-year old made over 350 appearances as a player, including a four-year spell at Manchester United, before moving into management at the end of his playing career with Rotherham United.
Rotherham United - 2007-2009
Barnsley - 2009-2011
Coventry City - 2012-2013
Huddersfield Town - 2013-14
Scunthorpe United - 2014-2016
After a playing career in which he scored over 100 goals in nearly 400 appearances in the Football League, Robins' first steps into management came with former side Rotherham United in 2007.
He initially took over as caretaker manager and led the Millers to three wins from six games, moving the club off the bottom of the League One table, and was subsequently made the permanent manager shortly after.
A late dip in his first season denied the club an unlikely promotion, and in his second year in charge the club were hit with a 17 point deduction, before he moved on to fellow Yorkshire side Barnsley in 2009.
Taking over with the club at the bottom of the table, Robins guided them nine points clear of the drop zone and on a run of eight games unbeaten, finishing in 18th place.
The 47-year old joined the Sky Blues in 2012 and soon became a fan-favourite, catapulting them up the league from relegation candidates to play-off contenders. He led the club to the Area Final of the Johnstone's Paint Trophy and still has the highest win percentage of any manager in the club's history with 52.5%.
Robins left for Huddersfield Town in February 2013, guiding the club to safety on the final day of the season after a 2-2 draw against former side Barnsley. A two-year spell at Scunthorpe United followed, before a return to the Sky Blues.