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    Jordan Moore Taylor

    Don't think we could have lost a more important player than JMT, when he was out previously we had our worse period of results in the season I believe (stats anyone?). We can only hope that it wasn't as serious as it looked and he'll be back this season. In the meantime we do have options but which is best? Woodman or Moxey have filled in but both are really left backs, Croll was looking promising before his injury, or how about Seabourne, has he found fitness and improved after his latest, almost laughable return to the team?

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    Re: Jordan Moore Taylor

    Reckon Moxey is the best bet until Croll is fit. TAH has done well but we have too many games for him to be dropping in and out.

    Seaborne loses his man more than Jennifer Aniston and was last seen driving like a **** round old tivvy roundabout at half 2 on Saturday.

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    Re: Jordan Moore Taylor

    Shame really, can't help feeling that the incident in Southampton ruined what could have been a promising career.

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    Re: Jordan Moore Taylor

    Is Storey definitely out?

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    Hadn't thought of Storey, probably because he's right sided like TAH.

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    Another thing with JMT is that he seems to pick up these injuries more than someone his age should. Could be just bad luck of course.

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    Thought about that but the injuries are seldom the same, except when he had repeated metatarsal breaks, they seem to have sorted that one out. Not sure he's had a knee injury before? Of course a knee injury is still one of the worse injuries that a player can have, wish him well, was heading for player of the season before this.

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    One thing's for sure, we could do with him back sooner rather than later.

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    Re: Jordan Moore Taylor

    He's injury prone, no doubt about it. He's always missed 1/3 of the season through injury. This appeared to be a nasty one. The initial fear is a cruciate rupture, but he may be fortunate and have some medial damage, in which case it will be about 6 weeks out as opposed to 9 months with the cruciate.

    Fingers crossed but my feeling is we won't see him again this season.

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    Re: Jordan Moore Taylor

    Yeah, not just his strength and ability, also his captaining spirit. His attitude when we were 1 down at Crewe on 90 minutes showed his mettle and importance to the team. Who else can drive the team like he has?

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