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Profile of the Welsh footballer Neil Taylor, who currently plays as a defender at Swansea City. The 25-year old player Taylor joined Swansea from Wrexham and wears the number 3 shirt.

Neil Taylor
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        (Squad number 3)

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Neil Taylor Career
2007–2010Wrexham75(3)
2010–Swansea City96(0)

2005–2006Wales U1710(0)
2006–2007Wales U195(0)
2007–2010Wales U2113(0)
2009Wales Semi-Pro1(0)
2010–Wales20(0)
2012Great Britain5(0)

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Neil Taylor : Swansea City News
“Swansea City defender Neil Taylor has targeted maximum points from his side's upcoming fixtures against Hull City and Aston Villa. The Swans have lost their last two matches in the Premier League to drop down to ninth place in the table.”
 Sports Mole  3 days ago
“Neil Taylor is hoping a good Christmas period can spur Swansea City to a strong second half of the season in the Premier League. The Wales full-back, 25, knows results in upcoming games can play a big part in shaping the rest of their campaign.”
 BBC  3 days ago
“Neil Taylor has revealed he’s become a quick learner in a bid to fast-track his relationship with Swansea City pace ace Jefferson Montero.”
 Wales Online  4 days ago
“NEIL Taylor admits Swansea City must be ready for a scrap this weekend as they bid to end their away-day blues on a ground which has only brought them misery.”
 SouthWalesEveningPost  4 days ago
“The Swansea teamsheet appeared to give hope to the hosts Ramirez also spurned a good chance, sending a wayward first-time effort into the stand after Neil Taylor diverted the ball into his path.”
 Football365  Yesterday
“Ki Sung-yueng was the unwitting match-winner as Swansea returned to winning ways at the expense sending a wayward first-time effort into the stand after Neil Taylor diverted the ball into his path.”
 The Independent  Yesterday
“Ki Sung-yueng was the unwitting match-winner as Swansea City returned to winning ways at the expense sending a wayward first-time effort into the stand after Neil Taylor diverted the ball into his path.”
 theguardian.com  Yesterday
“Subs not used: Eldin Jakupovic, Liam Rosenior, Robbie Brady, Stephen Quinn Swansea City: Lucasz Fabianski, Ashley Richards (Angel Rangel 80), Ashley Williams, Federico Fernandez, Neil Taylor, Ki Sung-Yeung, Jonjo Shelvey, Wayne Routledge, Tom Carroll”
 Hull Daily Mail  Yesterday
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Goalkeepers
David Cornell Lukasz Fabianski
Gerhard Tremmel
Defenders
Ashley Richards Curtis Obeng
Dwight Tiendalli Angel Rangel
Neil Taylor Stephen Kingsley
Kyle Bartley Ashley Williams
Jordi Amat Federico Fernandez
Midfielders
Jefferson Montero Nathan Dyer
Wayne Routledge Gylfi Sigurdsson
Tom Carroll Modou Barrow
Leon Britton Sung-Yong Ki
Jonjo Shelvey
Forwards
James Loveridge Bafetimbi Gomis
Marvin Emnes Wilfried Bony
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