Jim Gannon has made his return for the 3rd time to Stockport County FC.
There was a point in time when Stockport County competed in the 2nd division of English competition which is the English League Championship but after a number of unsuccessful managers who went through a string of underwhelming performances, it has lead the club to the National League North.
The National League North is the 6th tier of the English football league system and this is where Stockport County FC is currently competing. It’s hugely disappointing for Stockport as they used to compete in the higher divisions.
The amount of managers that have recently been taking over Stockport County FC is fairly elevated and the reason of why so many coaches have been appointed is due to the fact that the majority of them aren’t able to consistently secure points and are replaced in a quick fashion, some of those managers even suffer relegation with Stockport due to the string of defeats or draws.
Ian Bogie is one of those coaches that guided Stockport County to relegation after only being able to secure 8 points in their final 7 matches; the club was relegated from the 5th division tier National League during the 2012-13 season. Continue reading →