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Matthew Taylor



født 27. november 1981 i Oxford ,


er en engelsk fodboldspiller , der spiller som i den engelske klub



Landshold



Taylor har pr. marts 2009 endnu ikke optrådt for Englands A-landshold , men spillede mellem 2002 og 2003 tre kampe for landets U-21 hold .



Eksterne henvisninger



soccerbase.com spillerinfo



BBC.co.uk spillerinfo



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ReadMe: Don't use this for context-based errors!

User Dictionaries are a powerful tool, but with that power comes...you know the rest.

In particular, you should not use a User Dictionary to correct errors in the translation. If the translation failed due to an incorrect analysis, such as mistaking a verb for a noun, you should instead tell us about it.

Ideal candidates to go into a User Dictionary are terms and expressions where you always, in all contexts, for all word classes want your own alternative translation to be picked.

Please enter expressions in dictionary lookup form (uninflected) where possible. Valid exceptions are where the expression is inherently plural, such as shorts or trousers.

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