Robbie Blake is an experienced striker who signed for Bolton Wanderers in July 2010, linking up once more with his former manager Owen Coyle. Robbie is a skilful attacker with an explosive shot, who can play either as an out-and-out forward or in a role out wide on the left flank. He mostly featured as a substitute for Wanderers in 2010-11 with his only starts coming in cup ties, nevertheless he signed an extension to his contract in the summer. Robbie played his early football with Darlington and has now made over 600 senior appearances. A popular figure with the fans he made significant contributions to help both Bradford City and Burnley gaining a place in the Premier League some ten years apart.
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