Former England captain and Manchester United legend Bryan Robson has revealed he turned down an opportunity to coach in the Indian Super League due to commitments with his former EPL slide.
Robson, 59, made 90 appearances for the England national side during his career, and was part of the back-to-back Premier League winning Manchester United side in the 1992/93 and 1993/94 seasons. Robson made 345 career appearances for Manchester United during his 13 years at the club.
Currently acting as a global brand ambassador for Manchester United, Robson revealed he was made several offers to be part of the Indian Super League, but was unable to join due to contract commitments.
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