Tranmere Legend Pat Nevin has given his support for the supporters initiative to raise £30,000-00 which will help boost Mickey Mellons promotion push. When interviewed he said "Tranmere Rovers fans have always backed the club at important times, sometimes existential times. Right now this crowd funding initiative is vital, I hope as many fans can give what they can afford to reach the target". http://www.tranmereroverstrust.co.uk/blogs/news/pat-nevin-supports-micky-mellons-budget-boost
This Saturday in the Fan Park, will be MMBB (Micky Mellons Budget Boost) day. All drinks have been sponsored, therefore all takings on the day will be pledged towards Micky Mellons budget Boost. Any paid staff will be working free of charge from 12.00pm - 9.00pm, normally £250-00. If anyone would like to help towards their wages, please pledge any amount. http://www.crowdfunder.co.uk/micky-mellons-budget-boost/? Don't forget to claim your reward when pledging. Watch this space for further announcements.
We are please to announce the following rewards that are available for people pledging to the Micky Mellons Budget Boost. The next 10 people that pledge £50-00 or above will go into a draw. The winner will receive a "Director for a day" package. This will include tickets for two into the boardroom, meal with Mark and Nicola Palios plus other directors. Two tickets for the directors box, next to Mark and Nicola. Free bar, free programme, etc etc. The reward for anyone pledging over £30-00 will receive a free Trust / 80's Casuals Tee Shirt is still available. Anyone...
Ian Muir has come out and backed the fans initiative to attempt to raise £30k in 60 days. In an interview he said the following. "It was a privilege and an honour to play for Tranmere Rovers and i am proud to be the clubs leading goalscorer of all time.Please support this project and help Micky Mellon and the team get promoted back to the Football League.You as fans have brilliantly supported the club in fantastic numbers over the last two years and your support is massively appreciated". Please pledge your support here. http://www.crowdfunder.co.uk/micky-mellons-budget-boost/?
Tranmere broke their transfer record in January 1967, signing George Hudson from Northampton for the sum of £15,000.On 28 January 1967, he was part of the team which won 4-1 at Exeter, and indeed scored the second goal.Was the expenditure worth it ?At the end of the season, Tranmere were promoted! Could we do it again ??http://www.crowdfunder.co.uk/micky-mellons-budget-boost/?