Former Dons boss turns down offer from League Two rival to make return to Stadium MK

The former MK Dons, Charlton Athletic and Oxford United manager has reportedly turned down an approach
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Former MK Dons manager Karl Robinson will not be making a return to a Stadium MK dugout any time soon after reports emerged he has turned down a League Two club.

While some quarters of the Dons fanbase were calling for a return for Robinson last week, after Graham Alexander’s sacking, he missed out on the job he left on this day (October 23) in 2016.

Since, he has also been linked with the vacant managerial position at Bradford City after Mark Hughes’ departure. Midfielder Kevin McDonald has been leading the Bantams in recent matches while they seek a replacement for the former Wales boss, Robinson has reportedly turned down an approach from the Yorkshire side, who take on MK Dons on Tuesday night at MK1.

Robinson has been out of work since the summer when he, alongside Sam Allardyce, left Leeds United following their relegation from the Premier League.