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stephen jordan Stephen Jordan, who was with Burnley for three years between 2007 and 2010, has agreed a deal with non-league Chorley having been released at the end of last season by Fleetwood.

He was a summer 2007 signing for the Clarets, coming in to replace Jon Harley at left back, but his three years at Turf Moor were plagued by injuries which saw him miss the run in to promotion in 2009, when Christian Kalvenes deputised, and then start only 23 Premier League games before eventually being replaced by Danny Fox.

He was released that summer as the Clarets dropped back into the Championship and moved on to Sheffield United. He’s since played for Huddersfield, Rochdale, Dunfermline and Fleetwood where he was signed by his former Burnley team mate Graham Alexander.

Again injuries saw him play just ten games in his first season but he was a virtual ever present in 2014/15 when they pushed hard for a play-off place in their first ever League One season.

He played just under half of the games last season but again was ruled out from September to February with more injuries and that’s led to his release at the age of 34 and he’s now turned to non-league football.

He signed a pre-contract agreement and will formally join Chorley in July when his contract with Fleetwood expires.

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