Aberdeen have announced Barry Robson has signed a two-year deal to become permanent Aberdeen manager, remaining in charge at Pittodrie until at least the end of the 2024/25 season.
We are delighted to announce that Barry Robson and his assistant Steve Agnew have agreed two-year contract extensions and will remain at Pittodrie until at least the end of the 2024/25 season.
The Scottish Premiership manager of the month for March replaced Jim Goodwin who was sacked at the end of January and helped move the club back up the league.
Aberdeen have won seven straight games under Robson, including a 2-0 win over Rangers last time out.
The Pittodrie side now sit third – five points clear of Hearts in fourth and in firm control in the race to secure European football for next season.
Robson has led Aberdeen to seven straight wins and was named manager of the month for March
Robson will continue to be assisted by Steve Agnew, who has also agreed a new two-year deal to stay at Aberdeen.
“I am honoured to have been given the opportunity to manage this fantastic football club,” Robson said.
“I would like to thank the chairman and the wider board for putting their trust in me and together with Steve and my staff we will work tirelessly to match the ambitions of the club.
“Since being asked to take the team at the end of January, the response from the players has been immense, and likewise the supporters have been brilliant and got right behind the team. They have played their part in our recent wins.
“We still have five tough matches remaining this season but we’re all more determined than ever to deliver European football again for the supporters and longer term, meet the expectations of this great club.”