Joel Lampkin's epic recap of a super season for the SWA. Featuring exclusive interviews with Micky Mellon and the players.
Tranmere went into this season on the back of promotion from the National League and a summer in which we lost prolific striker Andy Cook- a lot of supporters of Rovers and other clubs alike had the Whites down for a quiet season, who could blame them?
Connor Jennings’ last minute header in extra time sealed Tranmere Rovers’ back-to-back promotion up to Sky Bet League One
We stand now battle-worn with our eyes fully open. We know what lies beneath and the cost of escape. We've seen the lowest ebb and the most exquisite relief. But the job is not yet complete.
TRFC remained strong to earn a Wembley return which sees them 90 minutes away from a third-tier return and a back-to-back promotion.
Tranmere Rovers’ final Sky Bet League Two fixture of the regular season ended in a 3-1 defeat away at Crawley Town.
I believe the final days of this season will prove to be Tranmere Rovers' black swan in the years to come. We will look back on this week and say it was meant to be. Because we're Tranmere Rovers, and we're on our way back to where we belong.
From start to finish the SWA backed the lads impeccably, once again. An astounding crowd of 9468 (170 away) rolled into PP today, it’s a shame that we couldn’t get the result we wanted.
James Norwood scored his sixth goal of the season as Tranmere drew at Northampton.