Stockport’s Jim Gannon: ‘Our current position belies this club's history’

01 December 2018 12:00
Now in his third stint as manager, Jim Gannon is aiming to bring back the good times, starting at Barnet in the FA Cup on Sunday“Sustainability” is a word Jim Gannon often uses when discussing Stockport’s upward trajectory and ambition to become fully professional again. The 50 year old – two years into his third stint in charge, having played 505 games for County – takes his National League North side to Barnet in the FA Cup on Sunday while playing the short and long managerial game.His first, four-year tenure ended when he was sacked when Stockport went into administration in 2009. He was appointed for the second time in November 2011 but financial constraints again proved insurmountable and he was relieved of his post, this time in January 2013. Related: ‘It’s north Wales v south Wales’: Wrexham look to upset FA Cup odds at Racecourse Related: 'It is confusing': how Chesterfield are on both a record low and 12-year high Continue readingreadfullarticle

Source: TheGuardian