Real nameNeil Taylor
Age29 (Born 07 Feb, 1989)
Height5ft 9in (1.75m)
Weight10st 2lb (64.4kg)
Place of birthWales
Date Signed31 Jan, 2017


Aston Villa 31 Jan, 17 Swap 53 (4)01 (0)02 (0)00 (0)0
Swansea U23 01 Jul, 16 31 Jan, 17 Youth 0 (0)00 (0)00 (0)00 (0)0
Swansea 30 Jun, 10 31 Jan, 17 Free 148 (12)04 (0)07 (1)06 (1)0
Wrexham 01 Jul, 07 30 Jun, 10 Youth 58 (15)31 (1)00 (1)02 (0)0
Totals   £0 259 (31)36 (1)09 (2)08 (1)0
Goals per Game    0.01 0 n/a 0

Games played by Neil Taylor in 2007/2008

Carling CupTu 28Aug 2007Wrexham0 - 5Aston Villa
League TwoSa 22Sep 2007Stockport2 - 1Wrexham
League TwoSa 29Sep 2007Wrexham1 - 0Lincoln
League TwoTu 02Oct 2007Wrexham0 - 4Chesterfield
League TwoFr 05Oct 2007Accrington0 - 2Wrexham
League TwoSa 13Oct 2007Macclesfield3 - 2Wrexham
League TwoSa 20Oct 2007Wrexham0 - 2Barnet
League TwoSa 27Oct 2007Notts Co2 - 1Wrexham
League TwoWe 07Nov 2007Wrexham0 - 0Wycombe
League TwoSu 25Nov 2007Wrexham2 - 2Chester
League TwoSa 01Dec 2007Rochdale0 - 0Wrexham
League TwoSa 15Dec 2007Wrexham1 - 3Brentford
League TwoWe 26Dec 2007Wrexham0 - 2Rochdale
League TwoSa 29Dec 2007Wrexham0 - 1Stockport
League TwoTu 01Jan 2008Chesterfield2 - 1Wrexham
League TwoTu 29Jan 2008Morecambe2 - 2Wrexham
League TwoSa 02Feb 2008Wrexham2 - 0Darlington (old)
League TwoSa 09Feb 2008Peterborough0 - 0Wrexham
League TwoTu 11Mar 2008Wycombe2 - 1Wrexham
League TwoSa 15Mar 2008Wrexham2 - 1Bury
League TwoSa 05Apr 2008Wrexham1 - 1Macclesfield
League TwoTu 08Apr 2008MK Dons4 - 1Wrexham
League TwoSu 13Apr 2008Shrewsbury3 - 0Wrexham
League TwoSa 19Apr 2008Wrexham1 - 0Notts Co
League TwoTu 22Apr 2008Hereford2 - 0Wrexham
League TwoSa 26Apr 2008Wrexham1 - 3Accrington
League TwoSa 03May 2008Lincoln2 - 4Wrexham


Match in Focus


Man City v Everton

Home WinDrawAway Win
Key stats
  • Manchester City have not kept a clean sheet in their last four games
Expert verdict
Manchester City suffered their first league defeat of the season at Chelsea on Saturday, but don’t expect them to meet with the same fate when they host Everton at the Etihad. Despite that setback, City remain a fantastic team and it will take something special for Everton to stop the champions. But the Toffees are difficult to break down, going into half-time level in each of their last five games, and there could be value in expecting something similar. Marco Silva’s side have conceded just two goals in four games and defended well for much of the Merseyside derby before a Jordan Pickford howler.


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