From the publisher:
Stockport County Football Club are currently plying their trade as a non-league outfit with aspirations to reclaim the place in the Football League that they surrendered in May 2011.
The Hatters are similar to many lower league football clubs, in that their history does not include much in the way of major trophies, albeit they do count three Football League Titles and a Football League Play-off Final win during their time in The Football League.
Long-time County supporters Phil Brennan and Richard Harnwell wrote the original book which was published after Richard’s death in 2005.
This new book has been updated to include images and information unused previously.
From the club’s humble beginnings as Heaton Norris Rovers in 1883, to four Wembley appearances, unfortunately all ending in defeat, and the high flying days as a Championship club.
From surviving the drop into non-league football on the last day of the 2005/06 season, to setting Football League records and finally winning at Wembley in May 2008.
From the desperate days of the club being forced into administration to those dramatic days towards the end of the 2010/11 season, when just three seasons after clinching a place in the third tier of English football, Stockport County would lose their Football League status after a proud 106 year stay.
This is the story of Stockport County Football Club from 1883 through to that fateful day in May 2011.