Carlisle United – Meeting The Opposition.

Carlisle United meeting the opposition. Ahead of Tranmere’s trip to Brunton Park on Saturday afternoon, I spoke to someone with a great knowledge of Carlisle United in the form of UcLan student Ben Pitkeathly.  The upcoming encounter is one that will ask much of either side due to the qualities that both sides possess, the …

Thoughts on a betting documentary.

The Big Step’s thoughts on The Paul Merson Documentary. As soon as Paul Merson’s documentary was released I couldn’t wait to watch it due to the significance of the subject it encaptures. I’d spoken to ‘The Big Step’ about gambling before but I wanted to find out exactly what the trouble is like through the …

ColU – meeting the opposition.

Colchester United – meeting the opposition. This Friday night, Tranmere will be aiming to extend their unbeaten home streak on the back of a 2-0 win at Salford City in midweek. However, they will have to get past a keeper in great form as ex-Rovers shot-stopper Shamal George returns to Merseyside.  To understand more about …

Rover and Out F.C, a conversation with Adam Siddorn.

If you take a look around Prenton Park or Merseyside in general. If you take a look at Tranmere supporter groups and have a chat to people who understand what the area stands for, or even if you understand what the majority of the modern world is all about then you will understand how key …

Crawley Town – Best and Worst.

The best and worst of ‘some’* Crawley Town subjects. Ahead of the encounter between Tranmere Rovers and Crawley Town in League Two action this Saturday, I spoke to Stephen Dimmock about some of the best and worst moments, players and managers that he’s had the pleasure and displeasure of enduring. Best team: GK- Glenn Morris, …

An unsung hero – Mark Randles.

Throughout the past year and going even further back, the work that Tranmere Rovers’ trust and those volunteering elsewhere have done has been nothing short of exceptional.  Delivering food to those in great need, giving support to those whom a pandemic has brought lonely and relatively vulnerable and ensuring that Prenton Park is as safe …