Former German International and Liverpool player Dietmar Hamann has resigned as Stockport manager after just four months in charge of the struggling Blue Square Bet Premier club.
Appointed in the summer to try and stem the continued decline of the South Manchester club, he has revealed that a number of broken promises led to his decision.
"Following a meeting this morning between Lord Snape and myself I have tendered my resignation as manager of Stockport County," he said in a statement. "Having been introduced to the club by Tony Evans, I presumed that the takeover by him and his consortium would have taken place.
Calls for his head were heard on Saturday after the club managed to concede two late goals to end drawing 3-3 with Hayes and Yeading in a game that had been described as a must win.
After falling out of the football league last season,Stockport lie 17th in the conference having won just three games out of 19,although drawing ten