Turner not fearing Robinson
Jake Robinson does not pose a concern for Shrewsbury manager Graham Turner based on his performance in Torquay's 5-0 victory at Plainmoor in March as the two clubs prepare to do battle again in the play-offs.The Shrews striker joined the Gulls on loan in January on a deal until the end of May, although no clause was included to prevent him from playing against his employers.Town were on the wrong end of that decision when Robinson bagged a brace in the rout just two months ago, but Turner insists Town's failures that day were of their own making."What we did we did to ourselves. So no, that (Robinson`s involvement) is not a concern," said Turner. "It`s us being more disciplined than we were down there."Speaking about Robinson's availability for the two-legged semi-final, which starts with Saturday's first leg at Plainmoor and concludes at the Greenhous Meadow next Friday, Turner said: "I believe he can play, we'll have to check on the agreement but I understand he's signed until the end of the month."
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