Stephen Vaughan

Stephen Vaughan (born January 22 1985 in Liverpool) is an English football midfielder who plays professionally for Chester City.

Vaughan started his career at Liverpool, playing reserve and youth football. However, he was released in 2004 having played over 70 reserve games. He represented England at Under-15, Under-17 and Under-19 level.

He was soon signed by League Two side Chester City, which is owned by his father Stephen Vaughan, Sr, under the guidance of Mark Wright. He quickly became a regular at the Deva Stadium.

At the start of the 2006-07 season, he was made Chester's captain at the young age of 21. He made 58 league appearances. On January 3 2007, new Rochdale manager Keith Hill made Vaughan his first signing, initially on loan until February 4, with a view to a permanent deal. However, on January 18 2007, Boston United signed him on a one-year contract from Chester City. He made seven appearances for the Pilgrims before rupturing his achilies tendon against Hartlepool, which sidelined him for nine-months. Now fully recovered, he rejoined Chester on February 8 2008. He was then loaned out to Droylsden for one-month, as part of a rehabilitation programme.

Stephen made his first league appearance back for the club in a 5–1 win over Barnet on August 30 2008, playing the full 90 minutes along with his brother James.

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