Miron complained bitterly that his hands were tied behind his back by a penny pinching board at the Roar. Forced into a young uncompetitive side.
Miron has excelled at start-up two.
And today he upped the anti, maximising the 9 game guest window by announcing Gold Coast Utd FC are close to signing a world class player, former Celtic, Barcelona and Manchester United striker, 37 year old, Henrik Larsson. Even at this age, he seems to have plenty of goals in him.
Miron has built a team that should fill his home stadium and can win the A-League tittle. No small feat. Through Larsson, Miron can cash in on the Roar's game against Celtic - Larsson played 225 times for Celtic for 174 goals.
Miron has been true to his word signing attacking crowd pleasers across his squad. He is right that the professional game is about entertainment first and winning second. And that it is better to gamble and spend, than try to play financially safe and risk an empty stadium.
Even as a Roar fan it is hard not to see the contrast.