Clarets Defender Joins Guiseley AFC

Ethen Vaughan Joins National League North Club

Guiseley have this afternoon. confirmed the signing of Burnley defender Ethen Vaughan after a trial spell with the club. The Welsh U19 International is looking to push on with his career. The right back made a good impression as a trialist in the win over York City and was keen to put pen to paper on a contract with The Lions.

Halifax-born Vaughan started his football career as a youngster at Huddersfield Town, before he then joined Norwich City and played for their Under-18s and 23s. He left The Canaries to join Burnley in January 2022 and then had a short spell on loan at Farsley at the back end of last season. His brother Rohan is a scholar at Burnley. Vaughan qualified to play for Wales U-19s through his grandfather.

The young right back said that as soon as he played for Guiseley v York City he knew it was the place he wanted to be. Speaking about joining the club Ethen Vaughan said, “I had trials at Buxton, FC Halifax Town, Dunfermline and Altrincham before I cam to Guiseley this pre-season. I enjoyed it at Guiseley as the players and staff really made me feel welcome. This is a great opportunity and I can see that there is a future for the club and that they are ready to bounce back to National League North. I want to be a part of that.

Personally I am looking to get as many minutes as possible and to try and make my name in football. The York game was a good challenge for everyone and I thought that as a squad we performed well. I am looking forward to the Darlington game now, that will be another good challenge for us,”

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