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Bryan Robson

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A lot of people, some of them close to me as well, have said that I sacrificed myself by doing what I did in bringing Terry on board. I didn't see it that way.

— Bryan Robson

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All the stuff about being a drinking club, or having players who were not good enough, I treat as rubbish.

— Bryan Robson

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Could I have walked out then? If I had, Terry wouldn't have accepted the job.

— Bryan Robson

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I was determined to get it right on the pitch. Then, if I had to leave at the end of the season, so be it. I never felt threatened or isolated by the arrangement. We worked together and it worked out.

— Bryan Robson

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In a way, certain sections of the media always wanted to knock me because I had captained my country and been skipper at Old Trafford. It was all a bit odd really.

— Bryan Robson

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In the end, a small section of the crowd, maybe 2,000 to 3,000, turned against me. And that was it. Inside the club they know your best intentions, but the minority shout louder than the rest.

— Bryan Robson

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Last season when things weren't working out, I thought we needed a different voice around the place.

— Bryan Robson

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Nobody is that thick-skinned that it doesn't hurt you. Still, you always know what happens in football. I have got used to criticism, I suppose, having been high profile with England and Man U.

— Bryan Robson

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Towards the end of his playing career he moved into management as player-manager with Middlesbrough. Robson began his management career with Middlesbrough in 1994 although he did not retire from playing until 1997. He managed Middlesbrough for seven years guiding them to two promotions to the FA Premier League and to the first three cup finals of the club's history later returning to West Bromwich Albion for a two-year spell as manager after a brief and unsuccessful spell in charge of Bradford City.

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