Nathan Vaughan put pen to paper last night on a deal which will see him in a Worcester City shirt until the end of the season, and will compete with loanee Ethan Ross for the number one jersey.
Ahead of leaving City in the summer for promoted Solihull Moors, goal keeper, Nathan Vaughan wrote himself in to City folklore, saving a penalty in the 1-2 win against Coventry City, as well as outstanding performances against Scunthorpe United and later, Sheffield United in the FA Cup.
Nathan featured in a one-off game for City’s landlords, Bromsgrove Sporting last Sunday, seeing them win 2-0 in the FA Vase against higher ranked Buckland Athletic, saving a penalty.
Speaking on joining up with City again, Vaughan said “When I got the message about returning I was very happy. I’m looking forward to getting back at it and putting in solid performances on the pitch for the City Faithful.”