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December 04, 1956,

North Shields, North-East England.

Join Date

November 1st 1980

One of the first lines of defence in midfield, Les Taylor often showed a willingness to carry out the dirty work in the side, regularly breaking-up opposition attacks to great effect.


Taylor possessed a workman-like style that proved to be a valuable asset for the Hornets through the club’s peak years and went onto win the Player of the Season award in 1982. A team that consisted of Barnes, Blissett, and Callaghan to name a few.


Taylor also captained the side at Wembley in the 1984 FA Cup final.