MATCH PREVIEW: Tranmere Rovers vs Torquay United

By George Williamson Tranmere Rovers return to National League action after scheduling complications left them fixtureless last week, while Torquay are looking to climb out of the relegation zone after a disastrous start to the season. Team News Jeff Hughes returned to training over the break after missing the last few weeks with injury, while … Continue reading MATCH PREVIEW: Tranmere Rovers vs Torquay United

EXCLUSIVE – Connor Jennings: “We know we’re not where we want to be”

By George Williamson Tranmere Rovers midfielder Connor Jennings made no secret of the fact the Super Whites have been "pretty poor" at the mid-way point of the season, but the 26-year-old also admitted they’re working hard to “get back to their old selves” over the busy Christmas period. On his side’s tough start to the … Continue reading EXCLUSIVE – Connor Jennings: “We know we’re not where we want to be”

TOP FIVE: Tranmere Rovers Players of the Season (so far)

By George Williamson Over the course of the week we’ll be looking closely at our ‘top five’ in a variety of categories as the first half of the season draws to a close, and in this feature we’re evaluating Rovers’ top five players through the first few months. James Norwood Rovers may have struggled in … Continue reading TOP FIVE: Tranmere Rovers Players of the Season (so far)

Rovers earn biggest victory margin of season, but have they fixed goal-scoring frailties?

By George Williamson Tranmere Rovers romped to a 4-0 victory on Saturday against Maidstone and as a result earned their biggest margin of victory in the 2017/18 National League season. Previously though, Rovers had failed to score in 10 of their 21 National League games this season, including four from ten at Prenton Park. So … Continue reading Rovers earn biggest victory margin of season, but have they fixed goal-scoring frailties?

Gateshead vs Tranmere Rovers: Three Stand-Out Stars

By George Williamson Although Tranmere Rovers conceded a brutal own goal in the dying moments to lose 1-0 at the hands of Gateshead on Saturday, there were still some encouraging performances for Micky Mellon’s side. Adam Buxton Buxton returned from injury last week to come off the bench in the 5-0 humbling against Peterborough United, … Continue reading Gateshead vs Tranmere Rovers: Three Stand-Out Stars

Mellon: “I couldn’t fault the players, it’s a cruel game at times.”

By George Williamson Tranmere Rovers boss Micky Mellon lamented fine margins and a touch of misfortune in what he described as a “very tight game” as he watched his side concede a stoppage time own goal to lose 1-0 to Gateshead on Saturday afternoon. Ritchie Sutton’s own goal with the final meaningful kick of the … Continue reading Mellon: “I couldn’t fault the players, it’s a cruel game at times.”

GATESHEAD FC 1-0 TRANMERE ROVERS: Rovers suffer stoppage time heartbreak to fall behind in National League play-off race

By George Williamson Ritchie Sutton scored a gut-wrenching own goal in stoppage time to give Gateshead all three points as his Tranmere Rovers side slipped up in the race for the National League play-offs. Sutton nodded Richard Peniket’s cross past goalkeeper Scott Davies deep into injury time just moments after Andy Cook had squandered two … Continue reading GATESHEAD FC 1-0 TRANMERE ROVERS: Rovers suffer stoppage time heartbreak to fall behind in National League play-off race

BREAKING: Tranmere Rovers sign Josh Kay, Ollie Banks on loan

By George Williamson Tranmere Rovers have confirmed the one-month loan signings of Josh Kay and Ollie Banks from Barnsley and Oldham Athletic respectively. Banks, 25, is a midfielder whose previous clubs include Rotherham United, Chesterfield and now Oldham. The experienced playmaker has also had loan spells at Stalybridge, Sheffield, Buxton and Northampton Town, but will … Continue reading BREAKING: Tranmere Rovers sign Josh Kay, Ollie Banks on loan

INJURY UPDATE: ‘Next man up’ mentality for Tranmere as treatment room continues to fill up

By George Williamson Despite picking up an important three points last Saturday in a 2-0 victory over Dagenham & Redbridge, Tranmere’s injury crisis continued to rear its ugly head as midfielder Jeff Hughes and full-back Mitch Duggan both limped off in the first half. On the injuries, boss Micky Mellon said: “They’ve both got hamstring … Continue reading INJURY UPDATE: ‘Next man up’ mentality for Tranmere as treatment room continues to fill up