Tranmere Rovers First Team coach James Quinn spoke to the press this afternoon to look ahead to Saturday’s long away trip to Bromley.

Rovers were without a game last weekend and while they would have preferred to have had a match last week, Quinn says that training has been good over the last fortnight.




He told Tranmere Player: “Everyone would have preferred to have had a game last weekend. Obviously coming out of the Barrow game, we were itching to go again.

“It was a shame that the momentum got held up a touch with us not playing, but the positives are that we’ve done lots of work on things in training.

“It has been difficult to get decent training facilities due to the weather so we have trained indoors and on the 3G at Edge Hill University, so it hasn’t been ideal in terms of not being in our normal routine.

“But the break has also given us a chance for players to recuperate from knocks and give people a rest for two or three days who have needed it.

“The players have worked hard all last week and all this week and they’ll be raring to go on Saturday.”

Source: www.tranmererovers.co.uk


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