"I was in yesterday and everything was okay, none of this came up. They just said that I should come back in a week to see the physio and that was all.
"Jim has done very well in fairness. It was hard times for him, because in January we had to get rid of a couple of players and lost a couple of players on loan.
"It's going to be very strange going back there now. I don't know who is left, that's the thing. I have spoken to a couple of the lads and no-one seems to know what's going on."
Former defender Gannon was a fans' favourite at the club, playing over 400 times for the Edgeley Park outfit before making the step-up to management and guiding the club into League One on a shoe-string budget.
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