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Ronnie Moore wants 'high-tempo' performance from Rovers against Stevenage
4:35pm Thursday 5th September 2013 in News
TRANMERE Rovers boss Ronnie Moore says it's vital the squad plays a high-tempo game if they are to pick up three points against Stevenage at Prenton Park on Saturday.
He wants to see an improvement on the performance that saw Rovers leave the Johnstone's Paints Trophy campaign in the first round after a 2-1 defeat by Fleetwood United on Tuesday night.
He said: "We need to keep the ball better and move it quicker, the tempo of the game wasn't quick enough for us.
"Three of the next four are at home so the opportunity is there for us. We have to grasp it and we have to play without any fear.
"We're at home we set the tempo and get at them. "At the moment there's one or two not on top of their form and they're a little bit nervous but I've said to them to go and enjoy their football.
"Our supporters want to see you get out there, roll your sleeves up and do it right. We did it against Bolton and the crowd got right behind us and there was a tremendous atmosphere.
"If the players do that then the fans are going to get behind them.
"But if I'm paying money to watch I want to see something better than what I saw in the second half on Tuesday. We have to make sure we give them what they missed on Tuesday."