Former Tranmere forward Iain Hume has lifted the lid on the frustration he felt as Micky Adams froze him out during the ill-fated 2014-15 season.
Humey is the subject of the latest episode of A Trip To The Moon podcast and joined hosts Matt and Rich to talk at length about his two spells at Prenton Park.
Hume joined Tranmere as a teenager and went on to become the club’s youngest ever player. During his first spell, he became known as a scorer of spectacular goals, played a part in some incredible cup matches, helped Rovers to the League One play-offs and made a name for himself as one of the most exciting players in the Football League.
In 2015, he returned to Rovers to help the club in their fight against relegation out of the league. Sadly, things didn’t go well, and former manager Micky Adams quit with the club teetering on the brink of relegation.
Hume had been frozen out by Adams and speaks at length about his sadness at being unable to help as Tranmere slipped out of the Football League after 94 years.
It’s an episode not to be missed!