Tranmere Rovers manager Gary Brabin was left disappointed by his team’s performance as they fell to their first home defeat of the season against Lincoln City.

The Red Imps scored the only goal of the game midway through the second half and Brabin was frustrated by his team’s actions in the second period which led to the Lincoln goal.




He told Tranmere Player: “We had a good opportunity there to go back to the top of the league but there were a few things which weren’t good enough today.

“We were sloppy today at holding the ball up in the final third.

“We dominated the first half and should have had two penalties, but we fell below our standards in the second half.

“There are 37 more games and we need to iron those problems out of our game now.”

Source: www.tranmererovers.co.uk


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