Tranmere Rovers visit Rise Cycling Studio

By Peter Tscherewik The Beast from the East has made it's mark upon Merseyside, so much so that the club was forced into a postponement of this weekend's game against Gateshead. Adverse conditions have meant that the team have had to re-think their plans with regards to training, with all grass pitches at Solar Campus … Continue reading Tranmere Rovers visit Rise Cycling Studio

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NEWS – Tranmere’s National League fixture against Gateshead is POSTPONED

By Peter Tscherewik We might be into the month of March but the weather has dealt a blow for everyone who was looking forward to Tranmere welcoming Gateshead to Prenton Park this Saturday. Adverse conditions throughout the North West and across the UK have forced the club into postponing the match until a later date. … Continue reading NEWS – Tranmere’s National League fixture against Gateshead is POSTPONED

Statistical Analysis: Comparing the season so far to 2016-17 for Tranmere Rovers

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

Statistical Analysis: Are late goals costing Tranmere’s push for National League promotion?

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?

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

Post Match – Micky Mellon: “We contributed heavily to our own downfall”

By Peter Tscherewik A disappointing 5-0 defeat vs Peterborough United sent Tranmere Rovers crashing out of the FA Cup last night, with the outcome of the match coming down to individual errors according to manager Micky Mellon. The Rovers boss was brutally honest in his post-match press conference, as he talked about the injury crisis … Continue reading Post Match – Micky Mellon: “We contributed heavily to our own downfall”