The right-back started his career at Arsenal but was released without playing a first team game and joined Chesterfield.
After three years there he joined Halifax in 2007 and stayed there for one season but only played 4 games for the club, and left after the club went into liquidation.
He then signed for St Albans City in 2008 and spent two seasons there making 35 appearances but retired from football in 2010 at just 27.
Challinor spent one season at St Albans back in 2002 and made 45 appearances for the club missing out on just one league game.
The journeyman then had a number of different clubs before joining Halifax including Aldershot, Exeter City, Cambridge United and York City. He signed for Halifax in 2014 and played four games before retiring.
Naylor joined Halifax on loan from parent club Watford in 1989 in order to gain first team experience and played six times for Town scoring one goal.
His most successful spell as a player came at Leyton Orient as played 95 games in three years at the club before moving into non-league football with Stevenage.
The experienced Naylor joined St Albans in 2002 and stayed at the club for four years until his retirement.
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