Tranmere Rovers’ first-team players Carl Spellman and Danny Walker-Rice attended the Club’s Hi-Impact Spotlight programme event at Manor Primary School on Thursday afternoon.
Spellman and Walker-Rice were present at Manor Primary School, which is located in the Prenton area of Birkenhead.
During the visit, Carl and Danny took part in a question and answer session before signing autographs for the schoolchildren.
The TRFC pair spoke about their career experiences in the professional game to date, and how they are trying to make it into the first-team at Prenton Park.
Spellman and Walker-Rice also spoke about the spirit within Micky Mellon’s side to come back from three goals down to earn a 3-3 draw away against Premier League club Watford, and how they are relishing Thursday night’s Emirates FA Cup third-round replay.
Speaking of the visit, midfielder Spellman said: “Myself and Danny really enjoyed going down to the school today to meet the children.
“The children asked us some great questions and it is really important that the Club makes a great effort to connect with the local community.”
Tranmere Rovers Football Club look forward to welcoming pupils from Manor Primary School as flag bearers for Saturday’s home game against Ipswich Town in Sky Bet League One.
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