Big Ron Manager Ep2 (3/4)May 05, 2020
It's certainly not a game they can afford to lose, so get things going with the job in London first, but when the game begins, the team's new signing is considerably less impressive. The power comes, just be a little faster to press the box using the Bucks. The finish is not the smartest they are doing so far since Coochie the box, the port here towards Coochie's race, his first touch is very heavy, Adolfo and some of Leo's aya varnas, who failed to win a jump weight over 2,000 pounds intelliscore, presented the first goal of 48 C for the planets and Barna in the head.
Leo spends most of his team talk at halftime trying to inject some passion into this classic that Jim knows. we have to be a little more aggressive on that box ad, it's three three balls of command, you have to be classic, I had given up on the box impression, okay, you just have to squeeze to play to impress, okay, yeah. Donnie continues working as the second half begins. Poochie's gifts finally pay dividends or at least the added competition on the front digs Danny Crowe. The producer greatly improves yield gains. Paulus found Crowe's streak. Can you interpret the ending?
Danny Crowe, lovely, lovely girl, let's begin. to the second half they simply yearn as there are new recruits the
managers seem sufficient Gucci debut this nice by Richard Logan Ford once again here is Barry Fuller our first senior girl for Barry Fuller Ignatz left Peter brought the varnish fight out of the old crude don't eat quarter header here towards Richard Lugar, who finds the equalizer Logan rebels, although things could have been considerably worse had the visitors converted and the last minute chance Barry's shaky fukuchi performance was the nightmare that It was this guy's aggression and it seems to me like you didn't do it.
I haven't played for a long time and you know, but who knows, you know a lot of people about bad debuts, not as bad as that yet, but it could be topped, in fact the game part proves to be Poochie's only appearance in Peterborough that you are allowed. return to Birmingham, so the issue of the classiest striker remains and Ron goes back to the drawing board and this is important. The deadline is in a few days, I'll only be broke for two months if we do it that way because we have the best center forward available.
I don't think we can opt for people who haven't experienced it. I think we have a center forward who knows where the back of the net is and you look at his history and he has done it and I have told him that. Steve that and you know he's given me some names. Don't know. You know we've talked about the guy about this. He would be Bill of Things and more. Yes, money interests you. Yeah. I mean, because he doesn't have earrings. with a proven goalscoring record, it's a proper delivery, so I mean he's got movement and he's got skill.
If you want, I have spoken to his people or later I know if you understand that. We need one last roll of two dice, but now. For them, the tie with Barnett sees them drop one place to seventh and the chasing pack hot on their heels for that final playoff spot next week as the players ease their aches and pains from Saturday's game, searching for a new forward is intensifying. While Ron tries to further persuade QPR's Stefan to join the club, Steve scours the country for alternatives, thirsty for trips to check out some Chelsea reserves, so it's a wedding to assess their promising young forwards, but a combination of inappropriate players and clubs. his reluctance to lend strikers means that he is pinning his hopes on rum within the bigger prize that would be policies and other things, another gay player, whether it is the communist, we do not know because there are a lot of championship afternoons that you know like magic that get a game of minnow, okay?
It's the day before the emergency loan window closes and just when it looks like more transfers are done, Leo makes a surprising new turn out of nowhere: he wants to turn down Ron's man for a cheaper non-league forward. chess and lazing around for. He has been training with clubs and Steve believes his raw, untested talent could be the answer to boosting a striker. Troubles and playoff hopes for fear of impending disaster. Juan makes an emergency visit to Barry's house. What's happening with the new and free Pleasant? I have spoken with the coach. from Chesson on Loida to come yesterday and train with us, the coach considers him strong, so I made a deal with Cheston where we took him on loan until the end of the season, right there they can't handle much more, yes.
I mean, you better tell me what you want to do about it. We are not personal. I have to be honest with you. Personally I think he is much better than anything you have. Yes, you get over the guy and he will come. I'm going to get older Steven says listen I'm a Nissan in one I'll surely find Steven and I asked him before I left for Cheston what he wants to do steve bazyl I'm with Ronnie he's random we're everything Steph has obviously seen and more like you said and he wants to know where are we going with that, yeah Steve is Ron in an ideal world, which one do you want?
They lied. You've seen him in three or four days training the non-league player. or I mean, frankly, I don't think there's any comparison, I think I think the Stefan way would be a lot better, but you know that's your decision, see, Mike, that's what management is all about, kid, you have to make a decision. . so I don't have to go any further, basically it's fine, see you later Jeremy, it seems pretty sure that someone in our camp saw Lloyd play a game. I know now I find out that sometimes it's very strange for non-league players and not. a lot of money, you have a bet, yeah, I think we bet a lot, okay, so Ron's advice is flagrantly ignored.
It is increasingly clear that the club's cash crisis is really affecting events on the field despite Barry's defiant claims that he would be pushing the financial boat. I think the owner would be happy with the way he will have to pay. I mean, I think they've obviously worked with them on their financial limitations, if you had told me personally he would have done it. I thought Stefan Moore would have been a big coup for the club, but you know, that's history and you move on to what's next. We see Ron spring into action to help raise funds for his old friend, who could be Arnold Palmer, as he calls and the team faced another intense afternoon as they faced a rejuvenated Oxford team.
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