Date: 23rd August 2008 at 12:16pm
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Chester City owner Steven Vaughan is in talks with former manager Mark Wright about a possible third return to the Deva Stadium. How many lives does this bloke have?!!?!?

‘We discussed the possible investment into the club and the possibility of him joining the board,’ Vaughan told the Daily Post.

‘I stress that discussions are at an early stage.’

‘Mark tells me he sees potential in our new training ground facility,’ said the Merseyside based businessman.

‘He is also interested in our plans for the development of the Deva Stadium.’

Wright first took over as City boss in their Conference days in January 2002, but quit in August 2004, just four months after leading the club back into the Football League.

He then returned following the sacking of Keith Curle in February 2006, but this time stayed only 14 months, resigning shortly before the end of the 2006/07 season.

What do you think of a potential return for Mark Wright? Would this be a good move for a man who has already failed in League Two with Chester City – twice.

We’d love to hear the thoughts of all Chester City followers. Post your comments below todya.