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Discussion in 'EDS and Academy Forum' started by mad zab, 1 Aug 2017.
Apparently has been appointed as the new U 18's coach
Seemed to do well at the lower age groups
hope is a better coach than he was a striker ;-D
"Do as I say, not as I do".
Good luck to him, always seemed a decent enough bloke, just not a very good striker.
He scored the goal that counted against Stoke on Boxing Day. That was the one that turned it all round for us when we were languishing in the third division. We never looked back.
It's a moot point but I've always made Wiekens goal at Wrexham on Boxing Day the turning point (Stoke was a couple of days later), following on from the York defeat we were under the cosh for 45 minutes as Terry Cooke gave us the runaround, we could easily have been 2 down at HT.
Taylor was always a hard working trier but even by third tier standards he was very average.
He did the nod on for the equaliser against gillingham
Graham Taylor wasn't the greatest player who ever lived, but he was more than a decent club manager.
Conversely, great players don't necessarily make great managers. The ticket tout being a prime example.