James Vaughan (footballer Born 1988) - International Career

International Career

Vaughan was called up to the England under 19 squad, scoring the winning goal after coming on as a second half substitute against Switzerland. At the end of the 2006–07 season, Vaughan was named in Stuart Pearce's 23-man squad for the England U21s European Championship campaign. His first appearance for the side came as a substitute in the 2–2 draw with Italy U21 on 14 June 2007. Vaughan went on to make four appearances for the U21s between 2007 and 2011 with his record standing at one win, two draws and a loss, his final appearance for the U21s came in February 2011 against the same team he made his début Italy U21.

In October 2012, Vaughan announced on Twitter that he wants to represent Jamaica at international level.

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