Blayney returns to County
By Simon Fudge
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
The 21-year-old initially joined Carlton Palmer's side last week on loan but was re-called by Saints boss Gordon Strachan on Tuesday for their Worthington Cup clash at Liverpool on Wednesday evening.
However, discussions between Palmer and Strachan have brought an agreement to allow the Northern Ireland Under-21 international to return to County for a second one-month loan spell.
He is expected to go right into Stockport's starting line-up against Cheltenham Town on Saturday.
Meanwhile, Stockport are to be without two key players for the long term, as Andy Welsh and Glynn Hancock face lengthy spells on the sidelines with injury.
Welsh is due to have a hernia operation in the near future which will keep him out of the County squad for up to six weeks.
Hancock underwent knee ligament surgery at the end of October and will be lost to the Division Two outfit for upwards of seven months.