After a 2-0 loss away at Eastleigh, Tranmere Rovers have now picked up a point from nine available.

Micky Mellon says his team simply have to do better after they lost this match.




Speaking to the media after the game, Mellon reflected on the defeat saying.

“When a game changes, you have to adapt and control it, that is down to me, at the moment we are not getting the results and I know we have to change that.”

He added “I am not going to make excuses we have got to take our chances, our fans have come a long way in goof number, I made changes but it didn’t work, we didn’t score.”

They now have a full week of training and Mellon know what they will work on.

“We have worked on what we needed to improve on but obviously not enough or we would have got something, I am very disappointed after this loss that is for sure.”

The Rovers boss admitted it was the second goal that frustrated him during this defeat.

“The first goal is on the angle things happened before it that disappointed me but the second goal is a set piece we could have done better with.”

Source: www.thenationalleague.org.uk


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