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Winger Danny Mayor has graduated through the ranks at Preston North End. The right-sided player signed his first professional contract for North End in 2008 before getting his deal reviewed prior to the start of the 2010-11 campaign. Danny is an exciting player with the ball and has the ability to go past players in mazy runs. The majority of his appearances for the Lilywhites have been from the bench since making his debut at Bristol City in January 2010. Danny, who grew up in Leyland near Preston, scored his first hat-trick for the reserve side towards the end of the 2010-11 season but has yet to score for the senior team.
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