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Daryl Taylor to depart

Daryl Taylor to depart

Daryl Taylor who burst onto the scene under Paul Merson, hailed as a possible match winner. However he failed to match these expectations and a number of poor performances, most noticable away at Port Vale brought the wrath of the fans on his back. He was then given a chance to take stock on loan at Hereford where unfortunatley he badly injured his knee. The right sided winger battled back but never quite seemed the same player. He seemed nervous and cautious of going into tackles, a hangover from such a serious injury I am sure. This season he was again loaned out to Hereford where he didn't pull up any trees so to speak. In out final game it must be said he didn't disgrace himself and was brought down for our penalty.

However with the need to rebuild and have smaller squad than last year. His slow rehabilitation and nervousness along with his injury history seems to have led to a parting of the ways.

If the rumour is indeed fact we wish him well, and I can't help but feel that one day he might be linning up against us.


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Writer:Jorge's Jottings
Date:Friday May 12 2006
Time: 10:15AM

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Official confirmation of his release issued by the club
Big No 9
12/05/2006 12:17:00
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should keep him you might be missing out on something
jono_forest
12/05/2006 16:00:00
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We have not got money to burn, we have let Karl Hawley, Andy Bishop go, both top scorers in there respective leagues, we have not got the money for just in case they come good.
Big No 9
12/05/2006 18:38:00
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was he any good?
red_gilly
20/05/2006 13:21:00
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