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Goalkeeper Callum Burton joined Argyle in the summer of 2021, from Cambridge United.

Callum is a former England youth international who started his footballing journey at Shrewsbury Town. After a number of loan spells, Callum was snapped up by Sky Bet Championship side Hull City in 2017. Two seasons on Humberside saw two loan spells in the National League, playing for Chesterfield and Salford City.

In 2019, Callum moved to Cambridge, for whom he played 50 games, including 27 games as Cambridge were promoted from League Two in 2020/21.

At Home Park, he has often been the deputy behind Michael Cooper, but when when Cooper suffered a season-ending knee injury in February 2023, Burton stepped in and proved himself very capable as the Greens sealed promotion as champions. 

Perhaps Callum's finest hour came as he saved three penalties in a Papa Johns Trophy semi-final, sparking celebratory scenes as Argyle sealed a trip to Wembley.