Notts County have completed the signing of David Vaughan following his release from cross-city rivals Nottingham Forest on a 1-year deal. He made 42 appearances for the Welsh national team, scoring his only goal for his country in October 2009 against Liechtenstein.
Vaughan, 35, made his debut for Crewe as a 18-year-old as he made his debut against Blackburn Rovers as a left-back before spending the next 7 years at the club playing as a left-midfielder. In 2007, with less than a year left on his deal, he signed for Real Sociedad (under his future Wales manager Chris Coleman) but returned to England to sign for Blackpool the following summer. After getting the Tangerines into the Premier League, he left in 2011 to join Sunderland for a similar length of time before joining Forest, initially on loan in January 2014 before joining the club permanently in the summer.
He joins fellow Crewe academy graduate Matt Tootle at Meadow Lane who have also played for Crewe on their books.