Exclusive: Ben Tollitt aims to get “Tranmere back up where they belong”

By Josh Roberts Ben Tollitt is determined to help get “Tranmere back up where they belong” once he returns from injury in the New Year. The classy winger has only made a solitary appearance this season, after cracking his knee cap on his return from a lengthy lay off that stretched back into the last … Continue reading Exclusive: Ben Tollitt aims to get “Tranmere back up where they belong”

EXCLUSIVE – Micky Mellon: “It (the break) gives us a chance to get over the injuries, and get everybody all freshened up”

By Peter Tscherewik Micky Mellon believes that Tranmere Rovers cannot rely on teams 'not turning up' when they face his side at Prenton Park. Rovers have won each of their last three home matches, and will be hoping to extend that run against Torquay United this weekend. The Super Whites currently sit in 11th place … Continue reading EXCLUSIVE – Micky Mellon: “It (the break) gives us a chance to get over the injuries, and get everybody all freshened up”

EXCLUSIVE: James Norwood on Missed Wembley Chance and Sleepless nights

By Joel Lampkin Tranmere Rovers striker James Norwood has revealed how “laughter” has helped his goal scoring troubles in recent years but states that missed chances still keep him awake at night. The 27-year-old has bagged nine in 21 appearances for The Super Whites this season but has sometimes struggled to put the ball away … Continue reading EXCLUSIVE: James Norwood on Missed Wembley Chance and Sleepless nights

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”

Exclusive: John Aldridge on managing Tranmere Rovers and highlight of his life

By Joel Lampkin John Aldridge describes one of his greatest moments in his time at Tranmere Rovers as “emotional” following the recent passing of his father 17 years ago. The 59-year-old spoke fondly of his team at the helm of Prenton Park following a transition from player to manager during which he led his side … Continue reading Exclusive: John Aldridge on managing Tranmere Rovers and highlight of his life

Post Match – Micky Mellon: “It is great to see so many young players coming through the ranks here”

By Peter Tscherewik Tranmere Rovers manager Micky Mellon heaped praise on Eddie Clark and Evan Gumbs as the two impressed in Rovers' 4-0 victory against Maidstone United at the weekend. 18-year old Clarke made his second successive start for the club at the weekend, and has performed admirably since being introduced to the first team … Continue reading Post Match – Micky Mellon: “It is great to see so many young players coming through the ranks here”

Post Match – Micky Mellon: “We were determined to go out today and show that we are a good side”

By Peter Tscherewik "It's about players doing their jobs, not tactics and all of that." was the main line from Tranmere Rovers manager Micky Mellon after the Rovers secured a convincing 4-0 victory against Maidstone United. 📝 | Read all about how Tranmere put four past Maidstone at Prenton Park on Saturday to keep their … Continue reading Post Match – Micky Mellon: “We were determined to go out today and show that we are a good side”

POST MATCH – Micky Mellon: “Young players deserve opportunity, Eddie Clarke done us proud”

 By Joel Lampkin Tranmere Rovers manager Micky Mellon says that youngster Eddie Clarke did "everything asked of him" following his Man of the Match display against Macclesfield Town on Tuesday night. The 18-year-old was a surprise start against The Silkmen as he filled in for the injured Liam Ridehalgh but held his composure against a … Continue reading POST MATCH – Micky Mellon: “Young players deserve opportunity, Eddie Clarke done us proud”

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.”