Date: 15th September 2006 at 11:25pm
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Vital Chester City were sadenned to hear the news of former Chester City legend Shaun Carey. The former Rushden and Diamonds players broke his leg in two places during a recent southern league game between his club King’s Lynn and Corby Town.

The former Chester City player is considered a legend by many at the Saunders Honda Stadium club. Carey helped the Blues during their memorable 2003-2004 season, playing an influential role in the club’s return to the football league.

Kings Lynn are now reportedly set to seek FA action over Shaun Carey’s horrific double right-leg fracture. An injury that could end his footballing career. Carey’s club are also actively looking into the possibility of arranging a benefit match for the now out of work player.

After leaving Chester City, Carey then joined non-league Hornchurch during their ‘big-spender’ days in May 2004 but missed much of the season through injury and from their moved to Weymouth in July 2005. He then moved on Mancunian club Droylsden the following October before heading back south to link up with King’s Lynn.

Everyone at Vital Chester City wish Shaun Carey (a blues legend) a full and speedy recovery from injury.