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Playing position  Defender
Name  Charlie Raglan
Date joined  2014
2011–2012  Port Vale
Weight  76 kg
Years  Team
Height  1.83 m
Number  16
Role  Footballer

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Full name  Charles Jordan Clark Raglan
Date of birth  (1993-04-28) 28 April 1993 (age 22)
Current team  Chesterfield F.C. (#16 / Defender)

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Charles Jordan Clark Raglan (born 28 April 1993) is an English professional footballer who plays as a defender for EFL League One club Oxford United.


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He began his career at Port Vale, but was allowed to join non-league Hinckley United in 2012 following a loan spell at the club. He went on to join Nantwich Town in February 2013 and then F.C. United of Manchester later in the year. He returned to the Football League with Chesterfield in April 2014 and joined Oxford United in June 2017 following a spell on loan.

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Port Vale

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Raglan was born in Wythenshawe, England, but grew up in Tenerife, and spent his youth associated with UD Guargacho, Juan Miguel, and CD Marino. He returned to England and came through the Port Vale youth academy to sign professional forms with the club in June 2011, having just been voted Youth Player of the Year. He spent October 2011 on loan at Conference North club Hinckley United; the deal was later extended to cover the month of November. He scored for Hinckley in a 3–3 draw at Blyth Spartans. He helped the "Knitters" to the First Round of the FA Cup, after playing in all five qualifying matches. He then gave away a penalty against Tamworth in a 2–2 draw at De Montfort Park, before a 90th-minute strike from Kieron St Aimie won the tie for Tamworth at The Lamb Ground. He returned to Vale Park in December, having played fourteen games for Hinckley, half of which were in the FA Cup. He joined Hinckley on a permanent basis in the summer after Vale manager Micky Adams 'reluctantly' opted not to offer him a new contract at the club.


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He signed with Nantwich Town in February 2013, manager Jimmy Quinn stating that "he is ambitious and wants to fulfil his potential and realise dream of playing league football."

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He joined Northern Premier League Premier Division club F.C. United of Manchester for the 2013–14 season, helping Karl Marginson's "Red Rebels" to a second-place finish in the league; they reached the play-off semi-finals, where they were beaten by Ashton United at Gigg Lane.


Raglan signed with Chesterfield in April 2014, with manager Paul Cook describing him as "very much one for the future". He made his League One debut on 30 August, coming on for Sam Hird 29 minutes into a 2–1 victory over former club Port Vale at Vale Park. He marked another milestone against his former club, scoring his first Football League goal in a 3–0 win over Port Vale in the return fixture at the Proact Stadium on 10 January. He made a total of 25 appearances in the 2014–15 season and helped the "Spireites" to the play-offs, where they were beaten by Preston North End at the semi-final stage. He signed a new contract extension at the start of the 2015–16 season, keeping him tied to the club until summer 2017. He underwent hernia surgery in February 2016.

Oxford United

He joined Oxford United on a five-month loan deal on 31 August 2016. Manager Michael Appleton said that "we were looking for someone to cover us at centre-half with Curtis Nelson, Aaron Martin and Joe Skarz all struggling right now and he fits the bill perfectly." In January he extended his loan deal until the end of the season despite being kept out of the first team by the form of Chey Dunkley and Curtis Nelson. He played a total of 16 games for the "U's" during the 2016–17 campaign, before being released by Chesterfield in May 2017. He signed a two-year contract with Oxford the following month after stating that "I thoroughly enjoyed last season".

Career statistics

As of game played 16 September 2017


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