Tranmere Rovers vs Peterborough United: Previous FA Cup Encounters

By Peter Tscherewik The Super White Army will be hoping to end a 13-year long cup curse with Peterborough United at London Road this Saturday, and in this article we'll look at each of the last five FA Cup meetings between the two sides. Peterborough United 2-1 Tranmere Rovers: (13/11/2004) Rovers fans faced a heartbreaking … Continue reading Tranmere Rovers vs Peterborough United: Previous FA Cup Encounters

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Five Players who have played for both Tranmere Rovers and Peterborough United

By Peter Tscherewik Tranmere Rovers begin their FA Cup main draw campaign this Saturday with a tricky away test against Peterborough United, and in this article we'll look at players who have played for both clubs over the years. Mike Imlach Imlach co-incidentally only played professionally for Tranmere Rovers and Peterborough United. The former full-back … Continue reading Five Players who have played for both Tranmere Rovers and Peterborough United

On this day in 2000: Steve Mungall leaves Tranmere Rovers after 21-years

The word legend, can be passed around in football faster than a a ball in a in-form Pep Guardiola training session, but if one man deserves the accolade from the Tranmere Rovers faithful it is none other than Steve Mungall. In 1979, the also significant manager Johnny King secured the signature of the current 59-year-old … Continue reading On this day in 2000: Steve Mungall leaves Tranmere Rovers after 21-years

Three years on: Was sacking Rob Edwards the right move for Tranmere Rovers?

Back in October 2014, Rovers parted ways with their then manager Rob Edwards after just five months in charge. The club were rock bottom of the Football League when the board replaced the former Bristol City and Preston defender with the much more experienced Micky Adams just three days later (Adams lasted just six months … Continue reading Three years on: Was sacking Rob Edwards the right move for Tranmere Rovers?

Tranmere’s Prenton Park: Why National League’s sleeping giant deserves an awakening

When rivals Chester visited Prenton Park on Saturday, a season record 7,172 fans, including just under 6,000 supporting the Super White Army, turned out to view the spectacle. Boss Micky Mellon said of the game: “There will be a good crowd there and we will enjoy that, we enjoy the atmosphere of these games.” And … Continue reading Tranmere’s Prenton Park: Why National League’s sleeping giant deserves an awakening