Procter parts ways with Preston

Preston North End have announced that midfielder Andy Procter has left the League One club by mutual consent.

Last Updated: 28/06/13 at 18:33

Andy Procter: Ends 18-month stay at PNE

Andy Procter: Ends 18-month stay at PNE

The former Accrington skipper, who started his career with North End, returned to Deepdale in January 2012 and was handed the captain's armband by then-boss Graham Westley.

However, first-team opportunities were hard to come by for the 30-year-old last term as he made just six league starts amid a total of 23 appearances.

A club statement read: "Procter leaves the club with everyone's best wishes, having been a model professional during his 18-month stay with the Lilywhites."

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