By Dan King - Newcastle United Club Reporter
Former Magpies striker Paul Robinson is on the move again - this time leaving Northern League Newton Aycliffe to return to one of his many former clubs, Jarrow Roofing.
The now 33-year-old was famously preferred to Alan Shearer in the Tyne-Wear derby defeat which cost Ruud Gullit his job in 1999, and made 16 appearances for the Magpies as well as regularly netting for the Reserves.
His sole first-team goal game in the UEFA Cup, against CSKA Sofia, before he joined Wimbledon in 2000 and since then he has played for a whole host of sides at different levels of the football pyramid.
They include Blackpool, York, Hartlepool, Chesham United and Didcot Colliery and he joined Aycliffe in the summer, scoring twice in seven appearances. But this week he rejoined Jarrow for a third spell.