|Residence Melbourne, Australia|
Name Mark Robinson
Title Chief football writer
Other names "Robbo"
|Born 25 December 1967 (age 52) (1967-12-25) Bendigo, Australia|
Employer Herald Sun, 1116 SEN, Fox Footy
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Mark "Robbo" Robinson (born 25 December 1967) is an Australian sports journalist. He is the chief football writer for Melbourne's Herald Sun newspaper, appears on the 1116 SEN radio station's pre-match Australian Football League (AFL) discussion and co-hosts Fox Footy's AFL 360 television program.
A junior footballer for the Sandhurst Football Club, Robinson began covering football in 1992. Throughout his career he has predominantly covered Australian rules football and has been the chief football writer for the Herald Sun since 2012 following the retirement of Mike Sheahan.
Robinson has co-hosted the AFL 360 television program on Fox Footy since 2010.
Robinson is a panelist on many of the 1116 SEN radio station's shows, including The Run Home and match day AFL discussion.
Controversies and feuds
Robinson has been rumoured to have been involved in a variety of verbal and physical altercations with several fellow journalists, including Damian Barrett, Andy Maher, and Michael Warner.
Born and raised in Bendigo, Robinson resides in Melbourne with his pet dog Tiger.