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Robinson Stays With Blues

Birmingham City boss Lee Clark will be keeping some much needed experience in his squad next season in the shape of Paul Robinson.

The 34 year old has agreed to sign a new twelve month contract with the option of another twelve months at the end of the deal.

The defender came to Birmingham last season on a month to month deal, but proved to be worth his weight in gold to Clark with him being able to step in for Stephen Carr.

He played a big part in helping Blues away from the relegation zone.




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Writer: Foxxy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday June 5 2013

Time: 12:26PM

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like running into a brick wall, shame he's 34, bet he's still playing here at 40
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Great leader, fully committed.
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