Neil Taylor is one of few players who remain from Swansea City’s promotion winning campaign, and the left back has come through some difficult challenges in order to remain the club’s number one left back. Since joining the club from Wrexham in 2010, Taylor has established himself as a reliable and consistent left back and has gone on to earn international honours with Wales.
However, for two seasons, Taylor faced intense pressure on the field and his career at the club was in jeopardy. After breaking his ankle in September of 2012, Taylor was ruled out for the season. Ben Davies was rushed into the first team and made the place his own and upon Taylor’s return, he found game time limited. But, with Davies now at Tottenham, Taylor has regained his spot.
Former Marseille boss Marcelo Bielsa is odds-on favourite to succeed Garry Monk at Swansea City. However, should the Swans board…
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The Welshman had an impressive 2014/15 season, creating 22 chances in a total of 34 Premier League appearances, proving himself to be a valued attacking full back. He had a solid pass accuracy of 84%, but he may need to improve on his discipline as he picked up nine yellow cards last term.