Ryan Taylor (footballer, born 1984)

Ryan Taylor
Ryan taylor.jpg
Taylor with Newcastle United in 2010
Personal information
Full name Ryan Anthony Taylor[1]
Date of birth (1984-08-19) 19 August 1984 (age 34)[1]
Place of birth Liverpool, England
Height 1.79 m (5 ft 10 12 in)[2]
Playing position Full-back; midfielder
Club information
Current team
Fleetwood Town
Number 18
Youth career
Tranmere Rovers
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
2002–2005 Tranmere Rovers 98 (14)
2005–2009 Wigan Athletic 56 (6)
2009–2015 Newcastle United 92 (6)
2015–2016 Hull City 4 (0)
2016–2017 Port Vale 12 (3)
2017 Port Vale 10 (1)
2017–2018 ATK 9 (1)
2018– Fleetwood Town 0 (0)
National team
2005–2006 England U21 5 (0)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 08:57, 14 February 2018 (UTC)

Ryan Anthony Taylor (born 19 August 1984) is an English professional footballer who plays for EFL League One side Fleetwood Town. A versatile player and former England under-21 international, he is able to play as a full-back or across the midfield, and has excellent free-kick taking and dead ball skills.

He began his career at Tranmere Rovers in 2002, and made 122 league and cup appearances in three full seasons with the club, being voted as Tranmere's Player of the Year and onto the PFA Team of the Year in 2004–05. He was sold to Premier League club Wigan Athletic in July 2005 for a fee of £750,000. Injuries restricted his appearances, though after scoring in four consecutive matches against Newcastle United he joined the club in a trade deal in January 2009. After Newcastle dropped out of the top-flight, he helped the club to win promotion as champions of the Championship in 2009–10. However he then faced a catalogue of injuries, firstly fracturing a metatarsal and then breaking a leg in the 2010–11 season, and then picking up a serious cruciate knee ligament injury in August 2012. He played a total of 106 matches for Newcastle, though featured just 18 times in his final three seasons. He was released by Newcastle in May 2015, and spent the 2015–16 campaign at Hull City, where he made only occasional cameo appearances. He signed with Port Vale in October 2016 and again in March 2017. He signed with Indian Super League club ATK in December 2017. He returned to England and signed with Fleetwood Town in September 2018.

Club career[]

Tranmere Rovers[]

Born in Liverpool, Merseyside,[1] Taylor came through the Tranmere Rovers youth-team to score the winning goal on his senior debut in a 2–1 win over Hartlepool United in a League Cup tie at Victoria Park on 10 September 2002.[3] He made his league debut in a 3–1 win over Brentford four days later at Prenton Park.[4] On 19 September, Rovers confirmed that Taylor had signed a new long-term deal to keep him tied to the club until June 2006.[5] He maintained a regular place in the starting eleven under both Ray Mathias and Brian Little, and ended the 2002–03 campaign with three goals in 32 appearances, before scoring six goals over 39 matches in the 2003–04 season. He spent most of his time at right-back, after succeeding veteran defender Steve Yates.[6]

He scored 10 goals in 51 appearances in the 2004–05 season, including one in the League One play-off semi-final second leg victory over Hartlepool United; the tie went to penalties however, and Taylor missed one of the penalties as Tranmere were beaten 6–5.[7] He was voted onto the League One PFA Team of the Year for his performances across the season.[8] He was also voted as Tranmere Rovers Player of the Year by both his teammates and the supporters.[9] In July 2005, he was sold to Wigan Athletic for £750,000 (potentially rising to £1.3 million with appearance clauses); and signed a four-year contract.[10] The transfer ended weeks of speculation, that had seemed him linked with Norwich City, Arsenal, and Everton; Norwich manager Nigel Worthington had in fact stated that "he's gone to Everton".[11]

Wigan Athletic[]

Taylor playing for Wigan Athletic in 2007

Taylor scored his first goal for Paul Jewell's "Latics" with a penalty in a 3–0 home victory over Watford in the League Cup on 25 October 2005.[12] However he fractured his fifth metatarsal in a 1–1 FA Cup third round draw with Leeds United on 7 January, which ruled him out of action for three months.[13] He ended up spending the remainder of the 2005–06 season out injured after breaking his leg in a reserve match against Newcastle United reserves in April.[14] He scored his first top-flight goal with a well placed free-kick in a 1–0 home win over Newcastle United on 25 February 2007.[15] He scored one goal in 16 appearances in each of the 2005–06 and 2006–07 campaigns.

Frozen out of the first-team picture under new manager Chris Hutchings, Taylor was restored to the first team after Steve Bruce replaced Hutchings as manager in November 2007.[16] When Newcastle returned to the JJB Stadium on Boxing Day, Taylor repeated his feat of the same tie in the previous season, again beating Shay Given with a free-kick to score the only goal of the match.[17] On 5 April, he doubled his Premier League goal tally with two close-range efforts to give Wigan an important 2–0 home win over relegation rivals Birmingham City.[18] He continued his run of goals over Newcastle into the 2008–09 season, scoring in both the home and away fixtures, to help Wigan to secure an away draw and home victory.[19][20] In February 2009, Taylor was traded to Newcastle in a part-exchange for Charles N'Zogbia, and signed a four-and-a-half-year contract with Newcastle.[21]

Newcastle United[]

Newcastle manager Joe Kinnear said that he was "over the moon" to signed Taylor, noting that his versatility and experience would make him a useful addition.[22] Taylor said that the "Magpies" were in a relegation fight, and said "we have to get on and battle".[23] Taylor played ten matches in the remainder of the 2008–09 season as Newcastle finished one point short of safety. He scored his first goal for the club on 22 August to help secure a 2–0 victory over Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park.[24] He went on to score four goals in 36 appearances – mostly as a substitute – in the 2009–10 season as Newcastle won promotion as champions of the Championship.[25]

Taylor lost his first-team place under Chris Hughton's stewardship at the start of the 2010–11 campaign, though claimed two long-range goals in the League Cup in victories over Accrington Stanley and Chelsea.[26][27] After a lengthy spell on the sidelines due to an ankle ligament injury picked up in training after colliding with Sol Campbell, Taylor returned to first-team action against Bolton Wanderers on 26 February, and was sent off after a two-footed challenge on Johan Elmander.[28][29][30] He ended the 2010–11 campaign with just five league appearances to his name.

On 20 August 2011, he scored from a free-kick in a 1–0 victory over Sunderland in the Tyne–Wear derby at the Stadium of Light.[31] Manager Alan Pardew praised Taylor after the match, saying that "that right foot of his is a fantastic weapon".[32] Taylor then scored a late equaliser from another free-kick in the 2–1 away win against Scunthorpe United in the second round of the League Cup five days later.[33] He scored the winning goal, a dipping volley from outside the penalty area, against Everton on 5 November; this strike won him Match of the Day's Goal of the Month competition.[34] He signed a two-year contract extension in March 2012, to keep him at St James' Park until 2015.[35] He remained a regular first-team player for the remainder of the 2011–12 season, playing 34 times.

Taylor playing for Newcastle United in 2012

On 23 August 2012, Taylor scored from a free kick in an Europa League match against Greek team Atromitos.[36] However he picked up a cruciate knee ligament injury in the return leg seven days later.[37] In April 2013, a repeat of the problem meant that he would be forced to endure another lengthy spell on the sidelines.[38] He flew out to the United States the following month in order to be operated upon by renowned specialist Dr Richard Steadman.[39] Steadman recommended he undergo two bouts of surgery six months apart.[40] During his time out of action he assisted Peter Beardsley with coaching the under-21 team.[41]

Taylor made his long-awaited return to the first team after 26 months out, starring in the 2–0 League Cup win at Manchester City on 29 October 2014.[42][43] He described his comeback as "a dream come true" and paid tribute to the staff and fans who helped him during his spell out.[44] On 22 November, however, he left the field in tears after injuring his right knee again in a league match against Queens Park Rangers.[45] Taylor returned to the pitch in February 2015, and after Newcastle avoided relegation, he and Jonás Gutiérrez were released in May.[29][46] Taylor revealed that Newcastle manager "John Carver rang me and told me the club weren't going to offer me a new deal, then he asked me to pass the phone to Jonas, which was unbelievable."[47]

Hull City[]

In July 2015, Taylor signed a one-year contract with newly relegated Championship club Hull City, who were coached by Steve Bruce, his former manager at Wigan.[48] He made his debut for the "Tigers" on the opening day of the 2015–16 season, in a 2–0 home win over Huddersfield Town.[49] However this would prove to be his only league start of his time at the KCOM Stadium, though he would also make three substitute league appearances and play in eight cup fixtures. He was released by Hull in June 2016.[50]

Port Vale[]

Taylor had a trial with Rotherham United and former club Wigan Athletic in July 2016, and went on to train with Preston North End.[51][52][53] On 21 October 2016, he signed a short-term deal with League One club Port Vale.[54] He made his debut the following day, and scored from the penalty spot to secure the "Valiants" a point in a 2–2 draw with Oxford United at Vale Park.[55] Manager Bruno Ribeiro preferred to play him at right-back, and Taylor was named in the League One 'Team of the Day' after making a goal saving interception in a 2–1 victory over Fleetwood Town on 12 November.[56] With Taylor's contract due to run out in January, caretaker-manager Michael Brown stated that he was hopeful of keeping Taylor at the club, and that the pair were good friends, but that foreign and higher level clubs had expressed an interest.[57]

Taylor had a trial with Major League Soccer's Chicago Fire but did not settle in the United States and returned to England.[58] He returned to Port Vale to sign another short-term contract on 17 March, and later that evening provided an assist and scored a goal in a crucial 2–1 home win against relegation rivals Shrewsbury Town.[59]

ATK[]

On 12 December 2017, Taylor joined reigning Indian Super League champions ATK as a replacement for the injured Carl Baker.[60] He said that Iain Hume convinced him to join the league and spoke "very highly of everyone in ATK".[61] He made his debut for the club five days later in a match against Mumbai City FC, playing the whole ninety minutes of the 1–0 victory.[61] On 8 February 2018, he scored his first goal in a 2–2 draw against FC Pune City.[62]

Fleetwood Town[]

On 23 September 2018, Taylor returned to England and joined League One side Fleetwood Town as a free agent, following a successful trial. Fleetwood manager, Joey Barton, stated that; "the hunger and desire that Ryan has shown to be part of our group at Fleetwood is exceptional, and we’re delighted to have him on board with us".[63]

International career[]

Taylor made his debut for the England under-21 team in a 2–1 defeat to Austria in a 2006 UEFA European Under-21 Championship qualification match at Elland Road on 7 October 2005.[64] He then played in a 4–1 victory over Poland four days later at Hillsborough.[65] He then featured in both legs of England U21s qualification play-off defeat to France, before making his final appearance for the under-21s in a 3–1 friendly win over Norway on 28 February 2006.[66]

Style of play[]

Taylor is a versatile player, able to operate as a full-back or across the midfield. He is also a dead ball specialist, able to effectively take free kicks, long throws, and penalties.[67] Newcastle fans nicknamed him "over-the-wall", in reference to his free-kick taking abilities.[68]

Career statistics[]

As of match played on 8 February 2018
Appearances and goals by club, season and competition
Club Season League FA Cup League Cup Other Total
Division Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals
Tranmere Rovers 2002–03[69] Second Division 25 1 2 0 2 1 3[a] 1 32 3
2003–04[70] Second Division 30 5 7 1 2 0 0 0 39 6
2004–05[71] League One 43 8 1 1 2 0 5[b] 1 51 10
Total 98 14 10 2 6 1 8 2 122 19
Wigan Athletic 2005–06[72] Premier League 11 0 1 0 4 1 16 1
2006–07[73] Premier League 16 1 0 0 0 0 16 1
2007–08[74] Premier League 17 3 2 0 0 0 19 3
2008–09[75] Premier League 12 2 0 0 0 0 12 2
Total 56 6 3 0 4 1 63 7
Newcastle United 2008–09[75] Premier League 10 0 10 0
2009–10[76] Championship 31 4 3 0 2 0 36 4
2010–11[77] Premier League 5 0 0 0 3 2 8 2
2011–12[78] Premier League 31 2 2 0 1 1 34 3
2012–13[79] Premier League 1 0 0 0 0 0 2[c] 1 3 1
2013–14[80] Premier League 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
2014–15[81] Premier League 14 0 0 0 1 0 15 0
Total 92 6 5 0 7 3 2 1 106 10
Hull City 2015–16[82] Championship 4 0 4 0 4 0 0 0 12 0
Port Vale 2016–17[83] League One 22 4 3 1 0 0 25 5
ATK 2017–18[84] Indian Super League 9 1 9 1
Fleetwood Town 2018–19[85] League One 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Career total 281 31 25 3 21 5 10 3 337 42
  1. ^ Appearances in Football League Trophy
  2. ^ Three appearances in Football League Trophy, two appearances and one goal in League One play-offs
  3. ^ Appearance in UEFA Europa League

Honours[]

Newcastle United

Individual

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