Date: 21st February 2009 at 7:55pm
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Ronnie Moore’s post match Comments.

Ronnie Moore was disappointed to see his side not take all 3 points at a windy Prenton Park.

Moore believes his troops gave 100% and also paid tribute to youngster Terry Gornell who scores his first goal for the club.

Moore told TRANMERE WORLD after the game:

‘We were the side trying to win it. We just needed a spark, a break or something bouncing in the box with someone getting on the end of it.

‘It was indiscipline for the penalty. It was a crazy decision which gave the referee no option. If you can’t get the ball you can’t tug the lad.

‘We made too many wrong decisions in the final third today. I can’t fault the effort or committment. What I can fault is the decision making. We made all the wrong decisions today.

‘We’ll keep working, there are games there to be played and we haven’t lost.

‘I’m pleased for Terry, it’s great for him to get his first goal for the Club. I’m just gutted because we gifted them the opportunity to score against us. If we hadn’t, Terry might have been on the back pages making headlines because his first goal had won us the game. But ifs and buts don’t get you anything.’

Meanwhile Moore also explained the decision to take the influential Ian Goodison off.

Moore added:

‘Goodison was last minute and he was struggling. Nobody else at this Club and not many at other clubs would have played today in his condition. His running was fine but his ankle is sore. He played without an injection and gave his all. He had two block tackles in the game that other people would have come off from, and eventually it told on him.’