Writer: Site Staff
Date:Sunday October 13 2013
Ronnie Moore has expressed his delight with both the win and the clean sheet in the game against Bradford yesterday.
Ryan Lowe's second half goal proved to be enough in our search for the second set of three points we have gained in the league campaign so far this season, and equally a much better defensive performance saw us pick up our third clean sheet of the campaign as well.
Speaking to the Official Site following the match Moore said that he could hardly find fault with our overall performance as he felt we were well worthy of taking the lead in the first half, especially Atkinson's chance, and even in defence not only were we tight all match, but when they did get through Fonners pulled off what he called two 'world class saves'.
As for the ultimate winner though, the gaffer said of Ryan Lowe.
'It was a quality finish and that's what he's about. He hasn't had many chances this season, but he's like Aldo, he's that type.'
The three points obviously lift Tranmere off the bottom of the table, but obviously he'd much rather be out of the bottom four as well, but it's a good start and something for us - hopefully this time - to really build on and kick on from.
The Bradford game obviously saw us finally get our just deserts for the manager as well, having seen us not take what he feels we should've in previous games like Swindon and Port Vale, being two he name checks.
As for the Ian Goodison booking and the other elements of the game, Moore says that they were deliberately trying to get him sent off, and the manager got involved when he certainly shouldn't have done.
However, his booking came as the fourth official didn't see their manager push Goodison, only him push the manager, so he received the booking and obviously our player is non too happy with that, so words will be had with the referee.
Jean-Louis Akpa Akpro also missed the game following a complication with his abscess. Unfortunately the player had to be rushed to hospital with breathing difficulties as the wound had swollen, and he underwent an operation on his tooth to try and solve the problem. All went well, but he's not expected to return to training until Tuesday or Wednesday at the earliest.
Date:Sunday October 13 2013
Goodison Out For 4-6 Weeks (Monday December 2 2013)
Moore Delighted With Colchester Win (Monday December 2 2013)
Stats: Tranmere v Colchester (Saturday November 30 2013)
Otsemobor Is Third Deadline Day Signing (Thursday November 28 2013)
Two Join Rovers On Loan (Thursday November 28 2013)
We Simply Have To Start Better Than That (Wednesday November 27 2013)
Stats: Wolves v Tranmere (Tuesday November 26 2013)
Tranmere Won't Appeal Red (Monday November 25 2013)
Ronnie - That Was Moore Than Fantastic (Saturday November 23 2013)
Stats: Coventry v Tranmere (Saturday November 23 2013)
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