|Full name||Daniel Mallo Castro|
|Date of birth||25 January 1979|
|Place of birth||Cambre, Spain|
|Height||1.85 m (6 ft 1 in)|
|1995–1997||Deportivo La Coruña|
|2001–2006||Deportivo La Coruña||3||(0)|
|2003–2004||→ Elche (loan)||38||(0)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 12 February 2017.
The better part of his senior career was played at Deportivo, where he served almost exclusively as third-choice in the first team, and Girona. During eight seasons, he appeared in 152 games in Segunda División.
Born in Cambre, Galicia, Mallo spent most of his career as third-string goalkeeper with local Deportivo de La Coruña, having a loan stint at second division side Elche CF in the 2003–04 season. He first appeared with the main squad of the former on 4 May 2003, playing 20 minutes in a 5–0 home triumph over Recreativo de Huelva.
Released by Deportivo, Mallo joined Portugal's S.C. Braga for 2006–07: because of injury to first-choice Paulo Santos, he started the first half of the following campaign, also featuring for the club in the Portuguese and UEFA Cups.
In late January 2009, after having spent the first months of the new season training separately, Mallo joined Falkirk until the end of the season. He played in the Scottish Cup final, also helping the side to the semi-finals in the domestic League Cup and a final maintenance in the Scottish Premier League; despite these achievements, he did not sign a new contract and left the club on June 27, stating he needed to move on.
In July 2009, Mallo turned down a move to join former manager John Hughes at Hibernian FC, opting to return to Spain and sign with Girona FC in the country's second level. In his first year he deputised for former FC Barcelona's Albert Jorquera, and he played understudy to Roberto Santamaría in the following campaign, becoming first-choice subsequently.
On 30 June 2016, after a further three years in division two, with CD Lugo and Albacete Balompié, being relegated in the last one, 37-year-old moved to the Indian Super League, joining three compatriots (including manager José Francisco Molina, his former Deportivo teammate) at Atlético de Kolkata.
Cambre's municipal ground is named after Mallo.
- El Deportivo pisa los talones al líder con una exhibición de juego y goles (5–0) (Deportivo hot on leader's trail with display of game and goals (5–0)); El País, 4 May 2003 (Spanish)
- Bairns complete keeper Mallo deal; BBC Sport, 22 January 2009
- Rangers 1–0 Falkirk; BBC Sport, 30 May 2009
- Rangers 3–0 Falkirk; BBC Sport, 27 January 2009
- Hibs drop keeper Mallo interest; BBC Sport, 4 July 2009
- Dani Mallo: El muro continua (Dani Mallo: The wall continues); Vavel, 29 June 2012 (Spanish)
- El portero del Girona, Dani Mallo, imbatido en Montilivi (Girona's goalkeeper, Dani Mallo, unbeaten at Montilivi); La Nueva España, 29 September 2012 (Spanish)
- Dani Mallo refuerza la portería del Lugo (Dani Mallo bolsters Lugo goal)); Marca, 5 July 2013 (Spanish)
- Dani Mallo refuerza la portería del Albacete hasta Nochevieja (Dani Mallo bolsters Albacete goal until New Year's Day)); Marca, 1 October 2015 (Spanish)
- Atletico de Kolkata signs three international recruits; The Times of India, 30 June 2016
- El campo de fútbol Dani Mallo de Cambre acogerá el II Torneo de tiro con arco (Cambre's Dani Mallo football camp will host II archery tournament); La Opinión A Coruña, 15 August 2013 (Spanish)