‘Tears rolling from my eyes’ – These Tranmere Rovers pay tribute to a legend after club’s announcement

Tranmere Rovers have confirmed that club captain Steve McNulty will be leaving Prenton Park when his contract expires at the end of the month.

The burly 35-year-old made 28 appearances for the Super White Army this season, helping them to a Wembley play-off final victory against Newport County. He joined from Luton Town in 2015 following their relegation to the National League, having previously been a winner with the Hatters.

McNulty, who began his career with Vauxhall Motors, captured the admiration of Tranmere fans for his all action displays and his robust build. He’s a strong, determined character who makes up for a lack of pace with good positional awareness and a strong aerial presence.

He was part of the Fleetwood side that went from the National League North to the Football League, making him a three-time promotion winner from the fifth tier, as well as now adding a Football League promotion to his list of achievements.

He’ll now seek out a new challenge, but seems to be leaving Prenton Park with lots of positive messages from their supporters.

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