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Ronnie Back In South Yorkshire

Ronnie Moore, who parted company with Oldham in the summer, brings Tranmere to Belle Vue on the back of one win and one defeat.

Tranmere lost to newly promoted Cheltenham on Tuesday night, but had beated Ronnies former team Oldham on the opening day.

Moore told Tranmere's official site that:

'...Doncaster is one of the hardest places to go.But I think they should be worried about us, rather than us about them.

Doncaster are a strong side, well disciplined and organised. They've spent a lot of money and got an experienced side. They move to a new stadium in December and the chairman is desperate for them to do well.'

Dave Penney has Sean McDaid and James O'Connor available after injury though he may stick with the squad that beat Crewe 3-1 on Tuesday.




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Date:Thursday August 10 2006

Time: 12:22PM

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we are going for promotion this year no one has said anything about tranmere going for it. but we will see on saturday who comes with the points i still remember the seson before last we beat tranmere 4-2 even though we havent got michael mcindoe we have brought some strong players in and against crewe 3 differnt players scored the goals. COME ON ROVERS
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