Today, marks the second anniversary of Mark Robins being appointed as manager of Coventry City for a second time.
Since his appointment, Robins has guided the Sky Blues to a Checkatrade Trophy Final win at Wembley in April 2017, which gave many City supporters their first taste of seeing the Sky Blues at the national stadium and actually winning a trophy since the Birmingham Senior Cup win in 2007 and the FA Cup in 1987.
Relegation to League Two, saw Robins getting City into the Play-Offs with a never to be forgotten win at Notts County and then a 3-1 victory over Exeter City to bounce back to League One football at the first opportunity.
That win at Notts County was City's first since the 1960's and Robins tenure has also seen wins at Swindon Town, Bradford City, Rochdale and Accrington Stanley, which have not been done before or since the 1960's.
Despite, everything going on off the field, City are ninth in the table and five points off a play-off spot.
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