Date: 22nd November 2009 at 2:25pm
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Physio and current caretaker boss Les Parry was disappointed with his side’s second half performance.

Physio and current caretaker boss Les Parry was disappointed with his side’s second half performance and believes Rovers should have scored another goal before half time, as his men missed several chances.

Rovers slumped to another league defeat as ex Tranmere man Sean Thornton set up Scott McGleish to clinch a 2-1 victory over troubled Tranmere.

Speaking after the match Parry told www.tranmererovers.co.uk :

‘Today was disappointing for us. I thought towards the end of the first half we were praying that the referee wouldn’t blow his whistle because we fancied ourselves to get another goal. We had some good chances that we didn’t take.”

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