Paul Robinson moves into coaching at Birmingham after ending playing career
The defender spent 22 years as a player.
Birmingham have appointed Paul Robinson to the club’s backroom staff following his retirement as a player.
Blues’ former captain and defender Robinson, 39, will take up his new role as assistant senior professional development coach.
“Robinson will work alongside Richard Beale bringing through the club’s under-23s development squad,” Birmingham said on their official website.
“The club advertised the role and following a thorough interview process Robinson was the preferred candidate.”
Robinson ended his 22-year playing career as a substitute in the home win against Fulham on the final day of the season.