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Promising York-born defender Tom Allan has signed professional terms with his hometown club.

"I think he has got a good future in the game" - Gary Mills
The eighteen-year-old centre-back has appropriately earned himself an eighteen-month deal following more than a decade with the club.

"Tom has come on unbelievably in the last 12 months and thoroughly deserves his first professional contract," manager Gary Mills told York's official website. "I think he has got a good future in the game and will be travelling with the First Team down to Plymouth this weekend."

A self-confessed City fan, Allan has been allocated shirt number 27 at Bootham Crescent.

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