Date: 12th September 2014 at 12:59pm
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York City stalwart Daniel Parslow is set for a loan spell – back in the Conference.

“I wouldn’t want him to go to any of our League Two competitors” – Nigel Worthington

The long-serving 29-year-old defender is currently working his way back following a frustrating nine-month absence with cruciate ligament damage.

And part of his recovery programme includes the former Welsh Under-21 international who has made over 300 appearances for the club being made available for a short-term loan elsewhere.

“Dan has not played a wealth of football since he came back from injury, so for him to get a month’s football playing regular games would be good,” manager Nigel Worthington told The Press. “I wouldn’t want him to go to any of our League Two competitors, so we are probably looking at Conference level and somebody who wants a reliable centre half who is also good on the ball in midfield.”

Former Cardiff City centre-back Parslow has been with the Minstermen for more than eight years and is the only player in their history to win the prestigious ‘Clubman of the Year’ award three times.

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YORK CITY CLUBMAN OF THE YEAR: 1973-74 Phil Burrows; 1974-75 Chris Topping; 1975-76 Micky Cave; 1976-77 Brian Pollard; 1977-78 Gordon Staniforth; 1978-79 Gordon Staniforth; 1979-80 Ian McDonald; 1980-81 Eddie Blackburn; 1981-82 Keith Walwyn; 1982-83 Derek Hood; 1983-84 John MacPhail; 1984-85 John MacPhail; 1985-86 Simon Mills; 1986-87 Keith Walwyn; 1987-88 Dale Banton; 1988-89 Ian Helliwell; 1989-90 Chris Marples; 1990-91 Steve Tutill; 1991-92 Jon McCarthy; 1992-93 Paul Stancliffe; 1993-94 Paul Barnes; 1994-95 Jon McCarthy; 1995-96 Andy McMillan; 1996-97 Tony Barras; 1997-98 Steve Bushell; 1998-99 Barry Jones; 1999-00 Barry Jones; 2000-01 Alan Fettis; 2001-02 Alan Fettis; 2002-03 Chris Brass; 2003-04 Darren Dunning; 2004-05 Dave Merris; 2005-06 Clayton Donaldson; 2006-07 Neal Bishop; 2007-08 David McGurk; 2008-09 Daniel Parslow; 2009-10 Michael Ingham; 2010-11 Daniel Parslow; 2011-12 Scott Kerr; 2012-13 Daniel Parslow; 2013-14 Lanre Oyebanjo

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