By Joel Lampkin James Wallace feels he now has to live up to the words of manager Micky Mellon after being labelled as one of the top players in the division. The Tranmere Rovers midfielder has endured a torrid 10 months of setbacks, but is now edging close to a full return to the first-team … Continue reading Exclusive: James Wallace: “I have to prove I am the best player In the League”
By Peter Tscherewik Micky Mellon has loaned out seven players so far this season, and this article will look into whether the deals have been hits or misses for the players involved. George WaringIt was surprising to see Waring loaned out so soon after joining Tranmere, as he moved to FC Halifax Town in October. … Continue reading OPINION – Have Tranmere’s loan dealings helped or hindered them in this Vanarama National League campaign?
By Joel Lampkin The Chairman and Owner of Tranmere Rovers appeared on local radio station BBC Merseyside to talk about the current state of affairs at the club. With topics such as the managerial future of Micky Mellon and Tranmere's title expectations coming up, it was revealing interview that The Super White Army will not … Continue reading Mark Palios on BBC Merseyside Radio: What did we learn?
By Josh Roberts Every Tranmere fan is aware of last night’s disappointing loss to Macclesfield in the top of the table clash effectively ending any chance of automatic promotion. The Rovers players didn’t cover themselves in glory in terms of performances with only Steve McNulty coming out of the match with a half decent performance, … Continue reading Tranmere Rovers vs Macclesfield Town – Three Stand Out Stars
By Peter Tscherewik Tranmere Rovers host league leaders Macclesfield Town on Tuesday night, with the hope of making it ten consecutive domestic home wins on the spin. Rovers are at a slight disadvantage to the visitors, with the Silkmen having a game in hand on Micky Mellon's side. If Tranmere can win under the lights … Continue reading Tranmere Talk’s One to Watch – Macclesfield Town
By George Williamson They’ve not lost a league game since New Year’s Day, have lost only once since November 18th and just twice since October 21st, but can Tranmere Rovers continue their fantastic run of form and gain promotion back into the Football League? Since starting the season with six defeats in their first 16 … Continue reading OPINION – How Tranmere Rovers’ insane run of form can catapult them into Football League
By Joel Lampkin "First versus second - it does not get bigger than that" the words echoed by manager Micky Mellon ahead of this Tuesday's must win fixture where a victory could define Tranmere Rovers' season. The prospect of yet another season in the wilderness of the National League looked an increasing reality in the … Continue reading Opinion: Tranmere Rovers vs. Macclesfield Town is the biggest game in the National League season
By Josh Roberts Tranmere recorded their ninth straight home victory in a row on Saturday as they fought hard for the three points against Bromley in a scrappy game. As always, there were stand out players in the game. Captain Steve McNulty once again put in a sterling performance, as did Jay Harris in the … Continue reading Tranmere Rovers vs Bromley: Three Stand Out Stars
By Joel Lampkin Tranmere Rovers managed to secure a record NINTH successive home win in the National League a feat not bettered by any manager in their history - but how did they do it? The three points sees Micky Mellon's men advance into second place in the domestic standings with valuable momentum gained ahead … Continue reading Tranmere Rovers vs. Bromley: Match by Numbers
By Peter Tscherewik Tranmere Rovers host Bromley at Prenton Park this Saturday, where they will be looking to extend their home winning streak to nine matches. The Super Whites will be desperate to bounce back with a positive result having been held to a frustrating 1-1 draw away at Leyton Orient last weekend. Bromley are … Continue reading Tranmere Talk’s One to Watch – Bromley FC