By Peter Tscherewik Over the course of this week we have been delving into our own 'top five' moments for various categories as we approach the Christmas period. In this article we'll take a look at Rovers' top five matches of the campaign thus far. Tranmere Rovers 4-0 Maidstone United Rovers came into this game … Continue reading Top Five: Tranmere Rovers games 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)
Tranmere have endured a rollercoaster first-half of the National League season so far and many of their moments can be captured in a snapshot than tell far more beyond the image. Defender Jay McEveley celebrates his goal against Hartlepool United to earn a crucial away-draw for The Super Whites in late October. Captain Steve McNulty … Continue reading TOP FIVE: Tranmere Rovers Photos of the season (so far)
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?
Tranmere Rovers finally showed the desire and form that manager Micky Mellon has been crying out for, as they swept a side a stunned Maidstone United side by four-goals to nil. James Norwood: With the forward bagging the first and last goals of the match, Norwood made sure he would be on this list, with … Continue reading Tranmere Rovers vs. Maidstone United: Three Stand out Stars at Prenton Park
By Peter Tscherewik At the time of writing this, Tranmere Rovers have played 21 games in the Vanarama National League this season. Confidence was high when the campaign kicked off back in August, but hopes for promotion have faded slightly as we move towards the busy Christmas period. Rovers were the runaway favourites to top … Continue reading Statistical Analysis: Comparing the season so far to 2016-17 for Tranmere Rovers
By Josh Roberts Jay McEveley was announced as a Tranmere Rovers player on the 27th July with the experienced defender adding an extra layer of solidity to Micky Mellon’s squad for the 2017/18 season. The 32-year-old joined Rovers on the back of a career which saw him play in the Premier League for Derby and … Continue reading Does Jay McEveley have a future at Tranmere?
By Josh Roberts Tranmere once again rued missed chances as they dropped points after conceding past the 90th minute for consecutive away games. The Super Whites left Macclesfield with just a point on what turned out to be a disappointing evening, but there was still positives to come out of the match in terms of … Continue reading Macclesfield Town vs Tranmere Rovers: Three Stand-Out Stars
Tranmere Rovers's fell victim to a heartbreaking injury-time winner against Gateshead recently but is this a case of the 'same old routine' for the Super Whites or a one off moment of fatigue? As Micky Mellon's men were ushering every available body behind the ball, they succumb to a Richie Sutton own goal to cost … Continue reading Statistical Analysis: Are late goals costing Tranmere’s push for National League promotion?
By Peter Tscherewik Tranmere suffered FA Cup heartbreak on a frustrating Wednesday evening at Prenton Park, losing 5-0 to League One outfit Peterborough United. Two first-half goals from Danny Lloyd put the Posh in control of the tie, and the Super Whites had to play for 65 minutes with ten-men after Jay Harris was given … Continue reading Tranmere vs Peterborough United: Three Stand-Out Stars