Following a bleak exit from the FA Cup at the hands of Peterborough, Tranmere Rovers have been very busy just 24-hours after, with a number of players leaving the club while one man returns.
Micky Mellon will be keen to add some central midfielders to his group with none shockingly available due to injury os suspension , but one man who may be set to feature against Gateshead this Saturday is Evan Gumbs who is recalled from his loan spell at Warrington Town.
Cantilever Catch-up reporter Scott Thornton said: “Obviously it is a big blow to the club to lose a defender that has been in fairness a very decent loan-signing, we have a great goal difference and you can say he had a part to play in that.”
However Warrington were due to be rewarded with another loan-signing in the form of Elliot Rokka, the winger has recently returned from injury and was hoping to get as many minutes as he could for The Yellows.
However, due to the sheer lack of midfielders available to Mellon, the loan deal has been put on hold for the time being.
Leaving Prenton Park however is forward Andy Mangan, as he joins AFC Flyde on-loan, the 31-year-old has not featured for the club since September 2nd and has been deemed surplus to requirements.
Tranmere swiftly deal with trouble
One topic that threatened to become headline news for Tranmere was the number of missiles launched at opposition players during their goal celebrations.
Stewards were forced to sit in sections of the crowd as a deterrent, but the club have acted swiftly to reinforce their stance on situations such as this,
The 3 bottle throwers from last night were arrested and will be banned. There is no place for that behaviour at TRFC.
— Nicola Palios (@NicolaPalios) November 16, 2017
Club owner Nicola Palios announced on her social media that the three person who launched the projectiles were “arrested” and would be “banned” maintaining that there is “no place” for their actions at the football club”.