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TRANMERE will play host to Championship side Burnley and travel to one-time derby rivals Wrexham as part of their preparations for the 2012-13 season.Read
JAMIE CARRAGHER believes Liverpool’s future is in safe hands with manager Brendan Rodgers.Read
TRANMERE are in the hunt to sign highly-rated Dumbarton midfielder Scott Agnew according to the player’s agent.Read
RAY STUBBS likes to describe himself as the worst left-back to play for Tranmere – and the Wirral-born television broadcaster is armed with anecdotes to back up his case.Read
RAY STUBBS'S broadcasting career began when he was offered a permanent position with BBC Radio Merseyside in 1983.Read
JAMAICAN international defender Ian Goodison has accepted Tranmere’s offer of new new one year contract.Read
ASTON VILLA manager Paul Lambert believes the weapons of Gabriel Agbonlahor have played a big part in his side’s drive towards Premier League safety.Read
THE Ronnie Moore family holiday is in Orlando this summer but the Tranmere manager does not expect to jump on any theme park rides himself.Read
FORMER Tranmere skipper John Welsh was named double player of the season in Preston North End’s end of campaign awards.Read
JOHN THOMPSON finally gave up the fight against horrendous facial injuries by announcing his retirement from football this week.Read
MARK McCHRYSTAL signed a new two-year contract with Bristol Rovers this week.Read
A COLLECTION for Prostate Cancer UK at Tranmere’s final League One game against Bournemouth at Prenton Park last weekend raised £550.Read
TRANMERE’S decision to offer Ian Goodison the chance to extend his playing career into his 42nd year next season does not come as a surprise to Paul Hall or Les Parry.Read
OFFERING Ian Goodison another season at Tranmere is not a gesture based on the sentiment of being able to offer him a testimonial, manager Ronnie Moore insists.Read
JAMES WALLACE says his first full season with Tranmere was an education, even if some of the lessons learned over the past nine months were not the ones he was expecting.Read
TRANMERE manager Ronnie Moore and his coaching staff can look forward to a summer of doing business on the phone as they seek to rebuild the squad.Read
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