It’s another packed podcast this week with plenty of news to discuss from Prenton Park.
Chairman Peter Johnson has indicated that a sale of Tranmere Rovers is close to being finalised, we discuss what that means to the club and hear the thoughts of caretaker manager John McMahon and former manager and physio Les Parry.
We also take a look at matters on the pitch with injury concerns over midfield duo James Wallace and Jason Koumas.
And we look ahead to another big game with Tranmere’s trip to Port Vale this weekend. Can Rovers kick on from that 3-2 win over Notts County and pick up back-to-back victories for the first time this season?
You can listen to the podcast in a multitude of different ways. It will be played on our new project Rover Radio throughout the day at regular intervals online at www.roverradio.co.uk/listen. You can download the show from http://totally-tranmere.podomatic.com or from the iTunes Store. Or you can simply click play on the podPlayer below.
On Saturday 10th May, we are hosting our 3rd annual charity match with 7Waves at Cammell Laird Football Club in aid of Leukaemia & Lymphoma Researchin support of Tranmere winger Joe Thompson and his initiative #Grow4Joe.
It is a pro-am game with our team made up of Tranmere supporters along with some former Rovers players.
After the match, there will be a function in the social club with food and drink, a live singer and a comedian along with an auction and raffles throughout the evening.
We are currently looking for items for the auction and the raffles. If you have anything you would like to donate for us, they would be extremely gratefully received. Please contact Paul Harper on firstname.lastname@example.org or on twitter @paulharper82 or @totaltranmere.
This week’s podcast debates which formation would be best suited to the players we have available. 4-4-2, 4-3-3, diamond midfield, which would be the best for us?
As well as that, we look forward to this weekend’s trip to Bristol City and we discuss the impact that Matthew Kennedy has had since joining from Everton after news that he has prolonged his loan for another month.
We also read out your tweets on last week’s question of former Tranmere players you’d like to see back at Prenton Park. And we set a new question – What is the worst weather conditions you have watched a match in? Tweet us @rover_radio or email email@example.com.
Don’t forget that you can hear much more Tranmere content on our new internet radio station called Rover Radio. All the latest news from the club, press conference highlights and plenty of interviews too. Log on to http://roverradio.co.uk to listen online.
On this week’s podcast, we discuss the loan extensions for defenders Steven Arthurworrey and Matthew Pennington and ask if they are really necessary?
We take a look ahead to the weekend game against Preston at Prenton Park, can Rovers get back to back wins for the first time this season?
And given Preston’s trio of former Tranmere players, we ask which former Tranmere player would you most like to bring back to Prenton Park? Tweet us @totaltranmere or @rover_radio or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Don’t forget, you can hear the podcast and a host of other Tranmere features on Rover Radio, our new 24/7 Tranmere Rovers internet radio station – by the fans for the fans. Tune in at www.roverradio.co.uk
The Totally Tranmere Podcast has a new home on Rover Radio (www.roverradio.co.uk) but it will continue to be available via download.
The new station will first broadcast the podcast every Monday and Wednesday evenings at 8pm and then it will be repeated throughout the day along with other content such as ex-player interviews and documentaries.
There will be new shows launched in the coming days so keep an eye on the website www.roverradio.co.uk for updates.
On the podcast this week, we discuss the dismal defeat against Rotherham and former Rovers full-back Gareth Roberts was at the game and gives us his views on the game along with ex-Tranmere striker Simon Haworth. Also on the agenda is the poor attendances, Jason Koumas and we look forward (if that’s the right expression) to the trip to MK Dons on Saturday.
You can listen to the podcast on Rover Radio (repeated throughout the day), by downloading for free via the iTunes Store or simply by clicking play on the PodPlayer below.
We have another packed podcast this week. Matthew and Paul look back on the 3-0 defeat against Peterborough United last weekend.
In better news, striker Jake Cassidy is rejoining the club on loan from Wolves, but how is 4-4-2 the way to go and will he and Ryan Lowe make a good partnership?
We also look ahead to a massive week with Crewe and Rotherham visiting Prenton Park. We want your views too, who will make up the bottom four in League One at the end of the season? Send them to @totaltranmere on twitter or email@example.com via email.
It’s another action-packed episode as we kick-off the new year with a new addition to our squad. Paul has lost his voice so Matthew is joined by former Tranmere youth team player and now journalist James Ashcroft to discuss the pressing matters from Prenton Park. The festive games brought just four points from four matches, there’s analysis of the Christmas period. What is Jason Koumas’ best position? Was Tom Hateley as influential as we thought? And there’s a look ahead to yet another important match as Walsall visit Prenton Park on Saturday.
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