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"Ronald Francis" ""Ronnie"" "Jepson" is an English former association football/footballer and manager, who most recently managed Football League Two/League Two side Bury F.C./Bury until December 2013.
A Forward (association football)/striker, he scored 86 goals in 354 league games in an eleven years professional career. He moved from Nantwich Town F.C./Nantwich Town to Port Vale F.C./Port Vale in 1989, turning pro at the age of 25. Loaned out to Peterborough United F.C./Peterborough United in 1990, he was sold on to Preston North End F.C./Preston North End for £80,000 in February 1991. He transferred to Exeter City F.C./Exeter City a year later, before he moved on to Huddersfield Town F.C./Huddersfield Town in December 1993 for £70,000. He stayed with the "Terriers" for three years, helping the club to win promotion out of the Football League Second Division/Second Division in 1995 Football League Second Division play-off Final/1995. He switched to Bury F.C./Bury for £40,000 in 1996, and helped the "Shakers" to the Second Division title in the 1996–97 campaign. He played for Oldham Athletic A.F.C./Oldham Athletic following a £400,000 move in January 1998, before arriving at his final club Burnley F.C./Burnley later in the year. He helped Burnley to win promotion out of the Second Division in 1999–2000, before he retired in 2000.More Ronnie Jepson on Wikipedia.