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But Logan, who played 70 times during his illustrious 11-year international career, is convinced Robinson is a better coach for his ill-fated experience at the England helm and has called for patience from the Scottish public.
Robinson, the former Edinburgh boss, took over the England hot-seat from World Cup-winning coach Sir Clive Woodward in October 2004 but fell out of favour with Twickenham chiefs after losing 13 of his 22 games in charge.
But Logan insists it’s time to back Robinson and not criticise him ahead of next year’s RBS Six Nations as he looks to write his wrongs on the international stage.
“I think Andy is a better coach for his experience at England and his time at Edinburgh and I’m sure he’d love another crack at the England job,” added Logan.
“It is not beyond the realms of possibility that the RFU could look at their options somewhere down the line and identify Andy as the right man for the job.
“He’s a very talented coach and the Scottish guys say he’s been a breath of fresh air and if England thinks they’ve got better coach than him then that’s fine by us.
“Frank Hadden came in and took Scotland to the next level and now I think Andy Robinson will come in and take them another one or two levels.
“Andy has faced three teams above him in the world rankings and he’s beaten two of them this autumn, which is a great achievement.
“To beat Australia was a massive achievement and it showed that Scotland can defend well, which will be crucial because they are not prolific scorers.
“They lost to Argentina, but in all honesty they should have won it and it was more of a mental thing in the second-half than a question of quality.”