Date: 27th March 2015 at 5:57pm
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Eight games remain, starting with Wimbledon this weekend and manager Micky Adams has said we will be ready for the battle that faces us.

Speaking to the Official Site ahead of the game, Adams was adamant that he and the players would be giving all they could over the final games of the season to end the campaign strongly and safely.

‘We’re all in it together. We care, I can categorically tell you that the players care about the situation they’re in. And I care. This is hurting my personal pride that things have not gone as well as I thought they would do but I’m even more determined to ensure that this football club survives in League Two this season. The players have got to stand up and be counted, they have to understand the predicament that we’re in and they’ve got to cope with it as best as they can. Mentally we have to be spot on.’

Adams says in an ideal world we would win all eight of the remaining games, and whilst he knows that unlikely to happen, it is going to remain our aim for the final weeks of the season.

‘That’s what we’re aiming for, that’s what we want to do, but if it doesn’t happen we need to move that aside and move on to the next one.’

With the arrival of Everton youngster George Green on a loan spell until the end of the season, Adams said he’s expecting him to be an asset for us and he’s looking forward to working with him.

‘George Green is a young Everton prospect, they think an awful lot of him. Technically, he’s very gifted and I’ve seen that today in training. He has a wand of a left foot and he brings competition for places down the left side. He’s had options to go other places and he’s chosen to come to Tranmere and we welcome him and hope he does well for us.’

Defender Danny Holmes was also speaking ahead of the game and he focused on how hard the team are going to have to fight now given the predicament we are in.

‘We’ve got to fight and we’ve got to be in it together. Speaking to the lads after the games you can see everyone cares about the performances and where we are at the minute and we’ve got to put that right in the last eight games. We’ve got to take it one game at a time, show how much we care and get the wins we need.’

Our noses are just above the relegation zone but Hartlepool especially under former gaffer Ronnie Moore have found their feet and form lately so all three points could be a godsend.

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