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Thread: Jack Taylor (M Peterborough Utd b.1998)

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    Watched first half, a player.

    Obviously getting carried away here, but needs to be fast tracked. I think he might progress v quickly over next year or too.

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    Gave away the free kick that McGeady scored from for the equaliser, which is a shame.

    But I really do have a lot of hope for this lad, think he could be playing top division football in a few years time.
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    Yes, a pity his error led to the equaliser, thought he was tiring towards the end, understandable after lay off. He did make the initial intervention that led to the Peterborough goal.

    Now to get carried away again, i think he's ahead of the other younger players who have been starting for us. Not to be negative about them, he's a couple of years older than Knight for example, but he brings a lot more craft and guile than the running about a lot that Knight and Molumby brought. Barring injury he will be a Premier League player withing the next couple of years. Has a real presence about him on the pitch, poise and a really good passing range. Mobile for someone his size as well.

    There's been so much crap spoken about the likes of Liam Kelly and Crowley, but this guy is the real deal in my opinion, and if we havent integrated him into the senior set up within the next 12 months don't be suprised if he's getting the call to go on the guided tour of St Georges ParK (did say i was getting carried away).

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    Jeez I watched the match too and I can only say that I think you are getting a bit carried away. He was decent, no more than that. One lovely pass in the first half alright.

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    More getting carried away with his potential rather than performance in match today. He had more than one lovely pass though.

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    I can see both sides here, watched the game today also. He did have several really nice passes, he recycled possession well too throughout. However both times he didn't were in front of his own penalty area in shooting range and one cost his side the win, his mistimed challenge in the other Sunderland fixture this season cost his side a point in that game too as he gave away a late penalty. These are two very costly errors in this promotion race. There is a bit of a buzz about this player and there is clearly potentially a guy who could move up in the game and be valuable to Ireland also. We are looking into L1 for players so yeah, why not get him involved in a bigger meet up and look at him operate against better players.

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    For the record, I know he did more than play one nice pass, I just didn't see any anything justifying him jumping ahead of somebody like Jason Knight in the pecking order, who's been exceptionally good at a higher level. Granted this was my first time seeing Taylor full stop.

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    This was his first start for a long time; he was recently out for 7 matches with a hamstring injury.

    He was mixed today, but I wouldn't go judging him solely on this one performance. He's a had a good season overall

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