Micky Adams: Tranmere Rovers boss 'relieved' to exit bottom two
Tranmere manager Micky Adams says "it's nice to put pressure on others" after Rovers moved out of the League Two drop zone by
with the club bottom of the Football League.
Of the division's bottom seven clubs, only Daggers boss Wayne Burnett was in post at the beginning of the season.
"It's a relief. When you're at the bottom with the dead men you feel the pressure and people lose jobs," Adams told BBC Radio Merseyside.
"It's nice to put that pressure on others now instead of just having to feel it ourselves."
|League Two's 2014-15 revolving door|
|Accrington||John Coleman||18 Sep 2014||James Beattie|
|Burton||Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink||13 Nov 2014||Gary Rowett|
|Carlisle||Keith Curle||19 Sep 2014||Graham Kavanagh|
|Cheltenham||Paul Buckle||26 Nov 2014||Mark Yates|
|Hartlepool||TBC||Paul Murray / Colin Cooper|
|Mansfield||Adam Murray||5 Dec 2014||Paul Cox|
|Tranmere||Micky Adams||16 Oct 2014||Rob Edwards|
|York||Russ Wilcox||15 Oct 2014||Nigel Worthington|
Having failed to win any of Adams' first five games, Tranmere have won successive league matches to drag Carlisle into the bottom two.
Midfielder Max Power scored in the and on Saturday, to take his recent tally to six in eight games.
"Max is full of confidence and has the quality to win matches at this level," said Adams. "I don't want to sing from the rooftops about him too much, but I know people will be watching."