1005 Ryan Taylor

Biography

A right sided full back with a fearsome reputation from set pieces, Taylor joined the Tigers in 2015 in a bid to rekindle a career blighted by serious injuries.  Taylor made a slightly shaky debut in the opening game of 2015/16 and played only a support role, featuring mainly in the Cups.

Scouser Taylor started his career at Tranmere Rovers, moving to Premier League Wigan Athletic at the age of 21.  Taylor’s free-kick scoring record, coupled with efficient defending, led to Newcastle trading him in 2009 for reluctant wide man Charles N’Zogbia.  Broken legs and other serious injuries seriously hampered his career at St James’ Park, and his contract had expired when he moved to City.

Taylor left Hull City in May 2016 and spent much of the following season at League 1 side Port Vale, two spells with the Valiants being divided by an unsuccessful trial with MSL side Chicago Fire.

Ryan won a handful of under-21 caps for England.

Details

Nationality: England
Date/Place of Birth19 August 1984, Liverpool
Hull City First Game: 8 August 2015, Huddersfield Town H (Championship), 30 years, 354 days old
Hull City Final Game: 30 April 2016, Bolton Wanderers A (Championship), 31 years, 255 days old

Clubs

Tranmere Rovers (2002-2005), Wigan Athletic (2005-2009), Newcastle United (2009-2015), Hull City (2015-2016), Port Vale (2016-2017), Port Vale (2017-current)

Hull City Record

Career: 12 apps, 0 goals

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