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Player Ratings for Matt Taylor

4 AugBlackburn Rovers H2 - 29 N/A
11 AugRotherham United A1 - 02 N/A
14 AugExeter City CCA1 - 13 N/A
18 AugAston Villa H1 - 110 N/A
21 AugDerby County A2 - 011 N/A
25 AugSheffield Wednesday A2 - 16 N/A

2 SepNorwich City H1 - 115 N/A
15 SepHull City A2 - 06 N/A
18 SepBrentford H1 - 17 N/A
22 SepBolton Wanderers H0 - 012 N/A
29 SepBirmingham City A2 - 21 N/A

2 OctMiddlesbrough H0 - 214 N/A
6 OctSwansea City A2 - 31 N/A
20 OctQueens Park Rangers H0 - 210 N/A
24 OctLeeds United A2 - 06 N/A
27 OctMillwall A3 - 02 N/A

3 NovPreston North End H1 - 15 N/A
10 NovReading A2 - 22 N/A
23 NovWest Bromwich Albion H1 - 26 N/A
28 NovBristol City H2 - 37 N/A

1 DecNottingham Forest A2 - 04 N/A
8 DecStoke City A2 - 01 N/A
15 DecWigan Athletic H1 - 05 N/A
22 DecSheffield United H1 - 17 N/A
26 DecQueens Park Rangers A3 - 03 N/A
29 DecMiddlesbrough A2 - 04 N/A

1 JanMillwall H2 - 311 N/A
5 JanAccrington Stanley FACA1 - 03 N/A
12 JanRotherham United H1 - 013 N/A
19 JanBlackburn Rovers A2 - 03 N/A
26 JanAston Villa A2 - 12 N/A

2 FebSheffield Wednesday H0 - 110 N/A
10 FebNorwich City A3 - 02 N/A
13 FebDerby County H1 - 14 N/A
16 FebStoke City H1 - 17 N/A
23 FebWigan Athletic A1 - 12 N/A

2 MarReading H1 - 24 N/A
9 MarWest Bromwich Albion A1 - 13 N/A
12 MarBristol City A1 - 12 N/A
16 MarNottingham Forest H1 - 10 N/A
30 MarHull City H0 - 21 N/A

6 AprBolton Wanderers A1 - 23 N/A
10 AprBrentford A2 - 01 N/A
13 AprBirmingham City H1 - 13 N/A
19 AprPreston North End A4 - 04 N/A
22 AprSwansea City H0 - 14 N/A
27 AprSheffield United A2 - 07 N/A

5 MayLeeds United H3 - 24 N/A

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News Stories for Matt Taylor

The Bristol City Rollercoaster Seems to Be Reappearing, Hold Tight! - Notes for Bristol City Mon 11th Mar 2019
HarryFromBath assesses the mood in the opposition camp ahead of Tuesday night’s game at Ashton Gate by delving into their forums.
Hurst Fumes After Cup Defeat Tue 14th Aug 2018
Manager Paul Hurst was scathing about his side’s performance after they exited the Carabao Cup to Exeter 4-2 on penalties following a 1-1 draw.
Hurst Aiming for Confidence-Boosting First Town Win at Exeter Mon 13th Aug 2018
Boss Paul Hurst believes a win at Exeter City in the Carabao Cup on Tuesday night will provide a confidence boost with the Blues yet to record a victory this season and with some tough Championship games up next. Hurst reiterated that he plans to take cup competitions seriously, citing his record with his previous clubs.
I Want Us to Give Ipswich a Really Demanding Game - Notes for Exeter City Mon 13th Aug 2018
HarryFromBath assesses the mood in the opposition camp ahead of Tuesday night’s Carabao Cup game at St James Park by delving into their forums.
Hope Springs Eternal But Reality Occasionally Intrudes - Notes for Forest Fri 23rd Oct 2015
HarryfromBath assesses the mood in the opposition camp ahead of Saturday’s game at the City Ground by delving into their forums.
Shelbourne 0-2 Town Sat 06th Jul 2013
Two goals from Daryl Murphy shortly after half-time saw the Blues to a 2-0 victory over Shelbourne in their first pre-season friendly at Tolka Park, Dublin. Town fielded a different team in each half with trialists Dean Gerken and Dan Seaborne involved after the break.
Hutchings: Lots to Be Pleased About in West Ham Performance Mon 06th Aug 2012
Assistant boss Chris Hutchings was delighted with several aspects of the Blues’ performance as the defeated West Ham 3-1 at Portman Road on Saturday. Michael Chopra (pen), Luke Chambers and Jason Scotland netted for the Blues with Matt Taylor grabbing one for the Hammers.
Town 3-1 West Ham Sat 04th Aug 2012
Goals from Michael Chopra (pen), Luke Chambers and Jason Scotland saw Town to a confidence-boosting 3-1 victory over Premier League new boys West Ham at Portman Road. The Blues were two goals in front at the break after dominating the first half, but the visitors hit back through Matt Taylor before Jason Scotland sealed it late on.
Town 5-1 West Ham Tue 31st Jan 2012
Town recorded their first double of the season with a form book-shredding 5-1 victory over Championship leaders West Ham at Portman Road. Michael Chopra opened the scoring in the third minute, Daryl Murphy adding the second in a frantic period before the break in which Jack Collison pulled one back for the Hammers and Lee Martin made it 3-1 from the spot. In the second half, Jay Emmanuel-Thomas netted the night’s best goal, a low 35-yard strike which beat Robert Green off his post, then added the fifth in the final moments.
Two Changes for Town Tue 31st Jan 2012
Town boss Paul Jewell has made two changes from the side which lost 3-1 at Leeds 10 days ago. Suspended keeper Alex McCarthy is replaced by Arran Lee-Barrett, while Michael Chopra takes over from Jason Scotland up front.
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