Date of birth
Craig Robson followed in the footsteps of manager John Still, arriving at the Hive from Dagenham and Redbridge where he spent two years at, bagging four goals in 79 appearances.
The 26-year-old offers flexibility to Barnet’s set-up , a player who can cover both a central defence or a central midfield role. Last season saw Robson claim the captain’s armband for the Daggers in a campaign that also concluded with him picking up the Supporters Player of the Season award.
It was John Still who brought him to East London following several impressive seasons at Bognor Regis Town. He made 159 starts for The Rocks, scoring 17 goals and earning 45 clean sheets. A popular figure at Nyewood Lane, Robson picked up the Players’ player, supporters’ player and sponsors’ player of the year awards for the 2013/14 season.
Hailing from Hampshire, Robson's career began at Southampton as a schoolboy before his local club Havant & Waterlooville. He would then move to Australia and play for Sorrento before returning to England and joining Bognor before making the switch to Dagenham.
His leadership skills and experience playing under Still will undoubtedly help Barnet’s aim for promotion back to the EFL next season.