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Tranmere Rovers lose fourth game in a row
A FRUSTRATED Ronnie Moore believes poor decision-making lost Tranmere Rovers their fourth League One game in a row last night.
Second-half goals from James Collins and Gary Roberts gave Swindon a 3-1 win at Prenton Park.
With first place in League One at stake it was the visitors who had the better chances throughout and they took a two-goal lead but Donervorn Daniels' goal late in the second half made for a lively finish as Rovers pressed for an equaliser.
Moore made three changes to the team that played Shrewsbury with Liam Palmer missing out through suspension and Danny Holmes and Adam McGurk ruled out with injuries. Coming into the side were Paul Corry, Michael Kay and David Amoo.
Owain Fon Williams saved a low 20-yard shot from James Collins in the sixth minute while Corry fired over the bar from wide on the right side of the area for Rovers soon after.
Fon Williams saved at his near post from Collins on 13 minutes after the striker powered his way past Ash Taylor and Corry had to clear from inside his own six yard box after Roberts' cross from the right hit the legs of Taylor and fell loose in front of goal.
In a statement on the club's website Tranmere Player, Moore said: "Why does it take being 2-0 down?
"It was like it was relief and that we weren't expected to win and then the tempo was unbelievable. It's self destruct. Look at the goals we conceded.
"I thought for the first Fonners should stay and not come, he made it easy for the lad. The decision making wasn't good, it's not right.
"The second goal was a tremendous strike, not many keepers are going to save that.
"We get ourselves back in the game but then I've never seen anything like Blacky's back pass to a keeper who isn't there.
"What goes through their heads some times. Surely he sees the keeper go past him to the other end to try and get on the end of things?
"When professional footballers are making decisions like that it's laughable. But it's serious for us, we need to get back on winning ways.
"One or two of the crowd were having a grumble and we understand why, they get frustrated."
"We don't look like we're going to keep a clean sheet and our two centre halves are not playing particularly well. "
Rovers are now sixth on the League One table. They take on Colchester at The Weston Homes Community Stadium on Saturday, 3pm.