Trevor Vaughan


Player Profile

Place of Birth: Dublin

Nationality: Ireland

Position: Forward

Height: 188 cm

Club History


Start DateEnd DateTeam
Jan 2006 Dec 2008 Dundalk
Jan 2005 Dec 2005 Dublin City
Jan 2004 Nov 2004 Dundalk
Aug 2001 Dec 2003 Monaghan United
Aug 2000 Dec 2000 Drogheda United
Jan 1998 Jun 2000 Kilkenny City
Aug 1996 Dec 1997 Home Farm
Jan 1996 Jun 1996 Drogheda United
Aug 1994 Dec 1995 Shelbourne
Jan 1992 Jun 1994 Home Farm


Start DateEnd DateTeam

Trevor spent time at seven different League of Ireland clubs, starting out with Home Farm, before going on to have spells at Shelbourne, Kilkenny City, Drogheda United, Monaghan United, Dublin City and Dundalk. Kilkenny was to provide Trevor’s first senior success as he gained promotion with the Cats via the play-offs in 2000. He wasn’t offered a new contract, however, and after spending a short stint at Drogheda, Vaughan signed for newly-promoted Monaghan United. That was to end in another relegation for Trevor, however, though he remained on at Gortakeegan for two more seasons in the First Division, with his record of 22 goals in 61 appearances during that period alerting Dundalk manager Trevor Anderson.

Vaughan signed for Dundalk at the beginning of the 2004 season, and ended the season under Jim Gannon, with the striker earning himself the club’s ‘Player of the Year’ award after finishing as the Lilywhites’ top scorer with 14 goals. Released by Gannon soon after, Vaughan went on to win promotion with Dublin City in 2005 under Dermot Keely, before returning to a John Gill managed Dundalk side in 2006. There, Vaughan again won promotion as he scored a hat-trick over two legs of the end of season ‘Promotion/Relegation Playoff’, however, Dundalk were denied their rightful place in the top flight due to the infamous IAG decision. His exploits towards the end of that season earned Trevor a new contract, and, signed on again for 2008.


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