Rob Taylor is an attacking player who is in his third season at Port Vale after signing from non-league Nuneaton Borough in 2008. A pacy winger on his day who can give full backs a torrid time, Rob was often used as a substitute during the 2010-11 season, making 15 appearances from the bench from a total of 41. He scored three goals altogether, two in the FA Cup defeat at Burnley and a cracker in the home draw against Southend United. With a little more consistency in his game Rob will be able to progress to a higher level.
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