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Hogan Leaves Hometown Ammies for County
Hogan Leaves Hometown Ammies for County
Liam Hogan has signed for Vanarama National League club Stockport County from SkyBet League Two side Salford City after choosing to accept a two-and-a-half-year deal at Edgeley Park.
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Born in Salford, Hogan signed for his hometown club in 2017 - prior to the Ammies first season as a professional club - and was made club captain too.

 

He started his career with Woodley Sports before being picked up by FC Halifax Town in 2010, where he won promotion to the Conference North in his first season and went on to make 135 appearances in three seasons.

 

In the summer of 2013, he stepped up to the professional game with a move to then-League Two Fleetwood Town where again he won promotion in his first season, although he did not feature in the play-off final.

 

With opportunities limited he spent a couple of months on loan at Macclesfield Town in 2014/15 and left Fleetwood at the end of the season to join National League Tranmere Rovers.

 

After Rovers just missed out on the play-offs, Hogan moved to Gateshead in 2016/17 where he was made club captain, and after a season in the North East moved back to Salford.

 

He has captained the Ammies to back-to-back promotions from the National League North into the Football League.

 

Despite missing the start of the season with injury, he made his return in November and scored at Tranmere Rovers in the Leasing.com Trophy and last month he surpassed 100 appearances for the club.

 

The 31-year-old made a total of 105 appearances for his hometown club, scoring 7 goals, assisting six.

 

He won the players’ player of the year award after captaining the side to the National League North title.

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Hogan Leaves Hometown Ammies for County
Hogan Leaves Hometown Ammies for County
Friday 14 February 20 I 18:08:33
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Born in Salford, Hogan signed for his hometown club in 2017 - prior to the Ammies first season as a professional club - and was made club captain too.

 

He started his career with Woodley Sports before being picked up by FC Halifax Town in 2010, where he won promotion to the Conference North in his first season and went on to make 135 appearances in three seasons.

 

In the summer of 2013, he stepped up to the professional game with a move to then-League Two Fleetwood Town where again he won promotion in his first season, although he did not feature in the play-off final.

 

With opportunities limited he spent a couple of months on loan at Macclesfield Town in 2014/15 and left Fleetwood at the end of the season to join National League Tranmere Rovers.

 

After Rovers just missed out on the play-offs, Hogan moved to Gateshead in 2016/17 where he was made club captain, and after a season in the North East moved back to Salford.

 

He has captained the Ammies to back-to-back promotions from the National League North into the Football League.

 

Despite missing the start of the season with injury, he made his return in November and scored at Tranmere Rovers in the Leasing.com Trophy and last month he surpassed 100 appearances for the club.

 

The 31-year-old made a total of 105 appearances for his hometown club, scoring 7 goals, assisting six.

 

He won the players’ player of the year award after captaining the side to the National League North title.

Copyright Non League Today. Permission to use quotations from this article is granted subject to appropriate credit being given to the Non League Today website as the source and a link back to the Non League Today website.
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