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Full name  Andrew Paul Payton
1985–1991  Hull City
Playing position  Forward
Years  Team
Height  1.75 m
000?–1985  Hull City
Role  Footballer
Place of birth  Whalley, England
Name  Andy Payton

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Date of birth  (1967-10-23) 23 October 1967 (age 48)

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Andrew Paul "Andy" Payton (born 23 October 1967) is an English former professional footballer. A striker, Payton played for seven professional clubs in England and Scotland, scoring 200 goals in over 500 appearances, and gaining the nickname the Padiham Predator.

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After being released by hometown club Burnley at the age of 15, Payton began his career as an apprentice at Hull City, signing a professional contract in 1985. He joined Middlesbrough for £700,000 in November 1991, which remained Hull's record sale for 15 years, before signing for Celtic in August 1992. After just over a year at Celtic, he returned to England to play for Barnsley. In 1996 Huddersfield Town signed him for £325,000, before selling him to Burnley as part of a swap deal with Paul Barnes in 1998. After five years at Burnley, including a loan spell at Blackpool where he scored once against Bury, he ended his career in non-league football with Stalybridge Celtic and then Colne.


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