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Forest Green stun Tranmere to claim league place for first time

Forest Green Rovers fans celebrate their first goal

A year ago Forest Green were vowing to come back stronger after losing last season’s promotion final to Grimsby Town. They were as good as their word and, while the Gloucestershire club may be hard to pinpoint on a map, their name will become considerably more familiar when they make their Football League debut in August.

Mark Palios keen for his Wembley payback in Tranmere’s play-off final

Tranmere's Cole Stockton celebrates scoring their first goal

For someone with his heart and money invested in the fortunes of Tranmere Rovers at Wembley on Sunday, Mark Palios is remarkably relaxed about the fine line between waking up as owner of a Football or National League club on Monday morning. “You cannot rely on one game, you have to step back,” he says of the National League play-off final against Forest Green Rovers. “I’ll just get up earlier if we lose.”

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Tranmere's Cole Stockton celebrates scoring their first goal

Mark Palios keen for his Wembley payback in Tranmere’s play-off final

For someone with his heart and money invested in the fortunes of Tranmere Rovers at Wembley on Sunday, Mark Palios is remarkably relaxed about the fine line between waking up as owner of a Football or National League club on Monday morning. “You cannot rely on one game, you have to step back,” he says of the National League play-off final against Forest Green Rovers. “I’ll just get up earlier if we lose.”

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Forest Green Rovers fans celebrate their first goal

Forest Green stun Tranmere to claim league place for first time

A year ago Forest Green were vowing to come back stronger after losing last season’s promotion final to Grimsby Town. They were as good as their word and, while the Gloucestershire club may be hard to pinpoint on a map, their name will become considerably more familiar when they make their Football League debut in August.

Tranmere's Cole Stockton celebrates scoring their first goal

Mark Palios keen for his Wembley payback in Tranmere’s play-off final

For someone with his heart and money invested in the fortunes of Tranmere Rovers at Wembley on Sunday, Mark Palios is remarkably relaxed about the fine line between waking up as owner of a Football or National League club on Monday morning. “You cannot rely on one game, you have to step back,” he says of the National League play-off final against Forest Green Rovers. “I’ll just get up earlier if we lose.”