Lenell John-Lewis is an attacking player who signed for Bury in the summer of 2010 after three seasons as a professional at League Two rivals Lincoln City. Lenell made his senior debut for Lincoln as a 17-year-old scholar and went on to make over 80 appearances for the club before he fell out of favour. He had a successful trial with the Shakers and after signing was regularly used as an impact player coming off the bench. Although he only made a handful of starts he came on as a substitute on over 30 occasions during the season. Lenell scored his first goal for Bury when he netted a late equaliser in the New Years' Day clash with Macclesfield Town.
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