Please log in or register. Registered visitors get fewer ads.
Southend United 0 v 0 Tranmere Rovers
SkyBet League One
Saturday, 11th January 2020 Kick-off 15:00

Voting was locked for this match at midnight on Sunday 12th January but you may still add your mini match reports. Note that members and non-members alike were able to vote.

Mark Oxley0.0
Robert Kiernan0.0
Timothée Dieng Dieng0.0
John White0.0
Elvis Bwomono0.0
Jason Demetriou0.0
Mark Milligan0.0
Sam Mantom0.0
Stephen McLaughlin0.0
Tom Hopper0.0
Stephen Humphrys0.0
Charlie Kelman0.0
Sam Barratt0.0
0.0Aaron Chapman
0.0Calum Woods
0.0Peter Clarke
0.0Manny Monthe
0.0Jake Caprice
0.0Neil Danns
0.0David Perkins
0.0Alex Woodyard
0.0Kieron Morris
0.0Connor Jennings
0.0Morgan Ferrier
0.0Liam Ridehalgh
0.0Paul Mullin
0.0Corey Blackett-Taylor

Match Rating0.0 

Your Southend United v Tranmere Rovers Match Reports

newgolddream added 16:11 - May 6

CISSE is the name of the game in the Premiership at the moment. Fantastic result and news from The Reebok gives us an outstanding chance of staying up. Next Sunday at Eastlands will be awesome. U R's!!!

BeauRanger added 18:08 - May 6

Merci Cisse!!

MelakaRanger added 23:51 - May 6

Talk about leaving it late!

At 88 mins I had us in the Championship. Then Cisse scores. Then WBA equalise! Two minutes that hopefully have saved our season .

Kaos_Agent added 06:11 - May 7

Lord of the Manor of Frodsham? Lord of the Manor of Loftus, more like. The red cards are forgotten now mate. What a finish.

snanker added 08:46 - May 7

One minute your having a heart attack the next your singing for joy at the top of your lungs ! My ticker can't take much more. So close............................but are the R's still capable of contriving to snatch defeat from the jaws of victory me wonders ? It will require a herculean effort (and lots of luck) to keep City at bay next weekend and I just hope we didn't use up all our good fortune yesterday ? Death or glory..........

AshteadR added 09:01 - May 7

What a great pair of results and what a celebration in The Green after!

Cassie12 added 12:23 - May 7

Heart stopping stuff at W12 yesterday. Will b much of the same at Eastlands on Sunday. QPR will take off if we can survive next weekend. Thought ref was good yesterday and not a card in sight. What odds on 5-in-a-row when Liverpool were 2 goals clear at Loftus Road?


smegma added 13:07 - May 7

Our perseverance paid off eventually as it looked gloomy with 88 minutes on the clock. Great effort by all the team to get the 3 points and end the season with a home win for the first time since we relegated Florist seven years ago. To finish the season with 5 home wins and a draw at home may keep us in this grotty league. Just think , if we'd turned once away from home since beating Sjoke 5 months ago we'd already be safe. Can't wait for Sunday in a perverse sort of way.

e1337prodigy added 20:28 - May 7

Me and dad screamed our heads off when Cisse scored, and then I said "all we need now is West Brom to equalise", then the next thing we heard on the radio was "West Brom 2-Bolton 2". Dad was to busy chewing nails to hear it. However, that 1 point could still save Bolton. All they need is a win and we are doomed; I can't see us winning away to Man City with them chasing the title that they haven't won for nearly 40 odd years. Draw and I think we are safe but doubtful we will get that either. We just hope Crouch and Stoke do us a favour and beat Bolton; although even that is going to be difficult.

Rainhamrangers added 20:40 - May 7

Wot a fantastic time to score the winner.
with 88 minute played & looking like we
was going back to the championship early.
Heart stopping moments.
Cissie is a top finisher.

And well done to west brom for coming back from 2-0 down.
To get a 2-2 draw.

And give us hope for the future.

Come on u r'sssssssssssssss.

francisbowles added 09:33 - May 8

Great effort and solid performance, didn't get much from ref who I thought was very poor (Zamora and Mackie constantly pulled and pushed and sandwiched with nothing given, several tackles through the back not given) I thought it was going to be one of those days and then Ferdinand who had just messed up a header puts one into the path of 'that man' who ghosts in and finishes with certainty.

I keep thinking if only he had played those seven games! But then Mackie might have lost his place and he has been excellent in the home wins.

Stoke certainly didn't roll over on Sunday, hopefully they will put the same effort in and get an early goal to settle their fans. With that hostile backing it will hopefully push them on to end their bad run whilst making it very difficult for Bolton.

Another week of mood swings, bring on Sunday, lets get this sorted! Come on Stoke! and come on u rrrrr's.

About Us Contact Us Terms & Conditions Privacy Cookies Advertising
© FansNetwork 2020