Stephen Vaughan Jnr appointed Assistant Manager of Maltese club
Bangor City’s current temporary manager and Director of Football, Stephen Vaughan Jnr has left the club to take up an assistant managerial role at Maltese side Mosta FC.
The former Chester defender took over from Craig Harrison after his sudden exit, which saw him join Welsh Premier League side Connah’s Quay Nomads as a first-team coach.
His last involvement in a management capacity was the Citizen’s 3-0 victory over Prestatyn Town this evening. This will not, however, affect VSM Management’s control of the club. He was also the U19’s manager of Bangor City.
Vaughan gave 16-year-old academy product Cian Williams his first senior start this evening in the victory over Prestatyn.
Mark Miller who was recently appointed as manager of the Maltese club, approached Vaughan about getting involved with the club.
Speaking to the Daily Post, Vaughan Jr said: “When Vaughan Sports Management took over at Bangor my aim was to get them into Europe and to get good players on the pitch, and I think I’ve done that.
“I had no ambition to be the manager but when Craig resigned I just jumped into the hot seat and I’ve really enjoyed it.”
According to the DailyPost, Bangor will now aim to appoint a successor by their next training session. Their next scheduled fixture is against another former Welsh Premier League side Rhyl.
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