Darren Bazeley

Darren Bazeley

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Darren Bazeley

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Darren Shaun Bazeley (born 5 October 1972 in Northampton, England) is an English association football player who most recently played for Waitakere United of New Zealand. He played as either a right full back or right-sided defensive midfielder. He remained in New Zealand and is now an Area Coach for West Auckland with United Soccer 1.


Bazeley was born in Northampton, England and began playing football at a young age with local team Northampton Orion. From 11 to 13 years old, Bazeley attended weekly training sessions with the School of Excellence – a coaching scheme run by the FA. It was through these sessions that Bazeley was scouted by Watford F.C., trialling with them before signing at the age of 14. Bazeley played in the youth team at Watford for several seasons, making his first-team debut at the age of 17, coming on as a substitute in the final match of the 1989-90 season against Hull City A.F.C. Bazeley made sporadic first-team appearances throughout the 1990-91 season with Watford, and before the 1991-92 season became a full professional. Bazeley's first top-grade goal came in September 1991, away at Barnsley F.C., and finished the season with a total of six goals from his 34 appearances. At the end of the season, Bazeley broke into the England Under-21 national team, making his first (and only) appearance, playing 20 minutes in a 2-2 friendly draw against Hungary. Bazeley played 22...
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