18/10/2013 09:48, Report by Adam Marshall
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Robbo open to coach role

"I had a great time here and real success on the pitch but it’s Manchester itself that has always been a great city for me and my family. I hear of players when they go to their hometowns and the sort of thing where if they’re not going through a good time they get criticised on the street and maybe in restaurants and bars.

"That’s where United fans have always been different class with me so I’ve enjoyed living in the area. Then, with the way Manchester United have grown and built up their reputation throughout the world into probably the biggest sporting club, there is an unbelievable fanbase. There’s also the way we play football so it’s great to be connected with all that."

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