Harry Worley and Simon Hackney – if selected – both have a special reason to want to do well at Stockport tomorrow.

Born in Lymm, in Cheshire, Worley began his football at Edgeley Park, before Chelsea came in for him in 2005 with a fee of £150,000.

And Hackney is a Stock-port lad.

Worley said: “I was there from the age of 11 to 16. The caretaker manager there, Pete Ward, helped me to start off my career really.

“I played in the under 14s and under 16s, and he was a big help to me.”

So has he returned there much?

“Since I left I’ve been back to watch a few games, but last year I played there again for the first time, for Crewe. We lost 4-1.

“And I played in the home game against them this season, so I’ve not beaten them since I left.”

Relegated from league One last year, when they amassed just 25 points, some 25 points below safety, they are now bottom of Lea-gue Two.

“Stockport have been strug-gling financially for a number of years, ever since I was there,” Worley said.

“They had a brief spell under Jim Gannon when they got into League One and were fairly successful.

“It wouldn’t be nice to see them go down, but obviously we want three points against them.”