‘Abysmal management’, ‘Time to walk away’ – These Tranmere fans express their anger after loss

Tranmere Rovers were well beaten yesterday, extending an agonising run for Mickey Mellon’s side.

Portsmouth visited Prenton Park looking to increase their promotion chances and did so courtesy of goals from Sean Raggett and Ryan Williams,  which saw off the struggling hosts.

The opener came after just 13 minutes as Ronan Curtis delivered a free-kick unchallenged into the box. On loan centre back Raggett could barely believe his luck, heading home from close range in acres of space.

Despite the early blow, Tranmere rallied and Andy Cook had a decent effort saved by Alex Bass, but it was a display lacking confidence overall. When Williams made it 2-0 just after the break, the result was put beyond doubt.

After the game, Mellon bemoaned his sides gift of the early goal, but it seems the Prenton Park regulars are hearing and seeing, the same every week. They haven’t scored in four matches, they’re six points adrift of safety and ten points adrift of the side sitting just two places above the drop zone.

Their fans are not impressed, to say the least.

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