Robin Hulbert
Age 30
Place of Birth Plymouth
Height 5 ft 9 in
Position Midfielder
Barrow Debut 2009
Goals 0
Appearances 63
Born in Plymouth, Robin began his career with Swindon Town as a trainee and played his first League football with the Robins. He made 35 appearances for them before joining Bristol City in 2000.
In 1998 he had a short loan spell with Newcastle United but did not make any first team appearances. He then spent three years at Ashton Gate making 52 appearances and in the early part of 2003 he had a seven game loan spell with Shrewsbury Town. Later in 2003 he joined Telford United in the Conference and he made 27 appearances for them scoring twice in the remainder of the 2003-04 season.
In the summer of 2004, he joined Port Vale and in four years at Vale Park made 72 appearances, scoring once. In the summer of 2008 he joined Darlington and last season he made 33 appearances for them, scoring twice. He was released in the summer and joined Barrow at the end of June, making his debut in the opening day of the season win at Cambridge United. Robin enjoyed an excellent season and collected four "Player of the Year" awards - the Independent Supporters Club, the Fans, the Evening Mail and Programme Star man. He was a memeber of the 2009-10 FA Trophy final winning squad. Robin has also recently been awarded the title of "North West Non League Player of the Year" 2009-10 following an on line poll.