BY SEAN MAKIN The Football Pink
Everyone loves an underdog; just 10 miles south of the two Manchester clubs lies Stockport County, a self-confessed ‘friendly club’ that are looking for their own identity to emerge from the shadows of the two giants just up the road.
Formed in 1883, originally as Heaton Norris Rovers before changed their name to Stockport County seven years later, they have played at their ground Edgeley Park since 1902 having been elected to the English Second Division in 1900; they were then re-elected into the Football League in 1905.
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