Barnsley Manager Set To Leave
Reports suggest that Barnsley are about to part company with manager Mark Robins.
BBC Radio Sheffield has reported that Robins has received a letter informing him that he is now serving a 12-month notice period as per the terms of his contract.
The BBC reports: 'It is understood that Robins and Reds owner Patrick Cryne have had a disagreement over next season's budget and the overall running of the club moving forward.'
Neither the club nor Mark Robins have made any official comments yet but Vital Barnsley will have more on this story as it develops.
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