Michael Robinson was born in the year 1958 and he is a footballer who played in a striker position before retiring. He was in over 300 England official games and had played for over 5 clubs which include Liverpool. He did play for 3 season in Osasuna club in Spain and he was representing Republic of Ireland for international games.
Robinson lives in Spain from the time he retired in the year 1989 and he got citizenship there. Afterwards, he started to works like a television pundit.
From his biography, Michael Robinson was born in the city of Leicester in England and he started the career while playing at Preston North End in a second division. He then moved to play in Manchester City. He was paid 750,000 pounds fee which was regarded to be extravagant for the young player who had no experience in first division. He was then sold on a loss the same season to join Brighton & Hove Albion. He rebuilt the reputation like a skilful and a strong attacking player.
From the relegation of Brighton, Liverpool came to buy Michael Robinson at 250,000 pounds and he was able to battle with other established players such as Ian rush and Kenny Dalgish to get up front place. During this first season in the club, his club got three trophies, European Cup, League Cup and the League. He did play enough game and got a medal.
Even if he showed that he was capable, he remained most of the time on the bench of the substitutes. He decided to move then to the Queens Park Rangers in 1984. He was not lucky with this team so he decided to move to Oxford United. While playing with the team, he was able to make a 40yard goal against Chelsea while playing in the quarter final of Stamford Bridge.
Robinson decided to go to CA Osasuna in the year 1987 and played with another team mate from Liverpool. He stopped to play in the year 1989 and he was 31 years old. He had made 58 appearances in La Liga and had scored 12 goals.
Michael Robinson was able to win up to 24 caps under Republic of Ireland and he stayed in Spain after the retirement. He had settled in the country and had learnt their language.
When he retired, Michael Robinson started to work at Radio Television Espanola and he was a commentator and was covering the 1990 FIFA World Cup when it was taking place in Italy. Afterwards, he started to work at El Larguero from Cadena SER. He was the host of a cult television show named El Dia Despues. Michael Robinson did some voice-overs for features film and television adverts. However, more information about his personal life, education and net worth is not available online.