FourFour2 The team at threefourtwo decided to call the fixer a spading horse, with the goal of putting the team back on track with a second season.
The season, which has been described as “an epic one” by Three Four two boss Paul Waugh, is scheduled to run from November 12 to December 3.
“It’s the perfect way to kick off a new season and start the rebuild,” he said.
“The show is about what happens when a team, a squad, or a manager goes from the depths of the wilderness to the heights of the Premier League.”
While the team’s new manager will be Paul Robinson, they’ll have to contend with the likes of Manchester United, Everton and Leicester City, the three teams who all started the season in the top four.
“I think we’ve got the right guys and we’re all going to go out there and we all know it,” Waugh said.
“We’ve got players who are all going out there, and we’ve all got people who are coming in to replace them.”
We’ve all come in and worked hard.
It’s a big, big, massive challenge and a big challenge for all the players to come back and be ready to go.
“Three Four Two have been the subject of much speculation in recent weeks, with Waugh having hinted at the possibility of a three-year deal.
However, after Waugh confirmed that the three-season deal would not be on the cards, the speculation has cooled.”
It’s not going to happen,” Wagh said.
Three Four two have been given an opportunity to win the title, and have been determined to make the most of it.
Three Four 2 will also be hoping for a return to the top of the table. “
The best players will do well,” Waughers said.
Three Four 2 will also be hoping for a return to the top of the table.
“This season was very different from previous seasons,” Wigh said.
“We’re not the kind of club who has a massive squad, we have a small squad and that’s where the best players are.”
What we do well is play good football and the best way to do that is to win.