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Ebbsfleet United sign striker Joe Taylor on loan from Cray Wanderers

calendario 21.01.2021
by: NonProFootball
  • Isthmian
  • Premier
  • Vanarama National
  • South
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  • England
  • Isthmian - Premier
  • Vanarama National - South
Ebbsfleet United sign striker Joe Taylor on loan from Cray Wanderers

Ebsfleet has signed Cray Wanderers striker, Joe Taylor, on an opening one month loan. Following the dismissal of his employer Bradley Quinton, the young striker left Park View Road after playing two games for Welling previously this month. Isthmian Premiere Cray has been out of the picture because they are not playing any games this season. There is also a likelihood that their season might be curtailed. This is why a lot of the clubs have had their eyes on Taylor. The credit goes to the club manager Dennis Kutrieb for swiftly recruiting Taylor, who made his debut in Tuesday’s National League South match at Slough. Taylor certainly proved to be of high value as the match resulted in a win in their favour by two goals.

Taylor took to twitter to express his enthusiasm towards the upcoming games. He also expressed his contentment over his previous win. He mentioned that he has much more potential to show and that he is feeling at the top of his game. The footballer has had quite an impressive track record. With 32 goals for the Wands in only 38 matches, Taylor has overcome the short timings of the season in the face of lockdown. As for this season, he was off to an impressive start playing for Cray, scoring 13 goals already. 

Not only does Taylor have an impressive streak of his own, he brings the ultimate team mentorship to mates like Rakish Bingham. Rakish managed to score 9 goals this season. Along with Bingham, Lee Martin scored four goals this term despite missing the last four matches following his injury at Dartford on January 2nd. Fleet also managed to bag Reece Grant from Dagenham who scored two goals but is currently on the fences due to injury. 


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