Ryan Taylor Comeback Interview – Video


Ryan Taylor has done really great in getting back to where he is now, after two years of misery, after he has sustained two serious ACL knee injuries.

As Ryan says, it’s difficult to come back and some days he’s been down – so why not send Ryan a message of support to his Twitter account – we could see him back in the first team fairly soon, although no risks will be taken with the popular Liverpudlian.

But make no mistake, Ryan has shown tremendous courage and guts over the last couple of years – there’s no doubt about that.

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13 comments so far

  • Big Pappa Cissé

    Oct 3, 2014 at 5:56 PM

    Comment #1

    Don’t worry lads, Raylor is going to play striker from now on a and get us 15 goals this season and keep us in the Premier League .

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  • Tsunki

    Oct 3, 2014 at 5:59 PM

    Comment #2

    Cue the William Tell Overture and hi-ho Silver -Awaaaaaay! Eds on a sprint again, keep up ladies.

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  • Tsunki

    Oct 3, 2014 at 6:14 PM

    Comment #3

    We it’s obvious everyone is riveted by the interview vid and too distracted to post. May be the right time for a postathon

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  • Belfast

    Oct 3, 2014 at 6:14 PM

    Comment #4

    Just like a new signing.

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  • Tsunki

    Oct 3, 2014 at 6:15 PM

    Comment #5

    Here we go

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  • Tsunki

    Oct 3, 2014 at 6:15 PM

    Comment #6

    Damn it Belfast do you ever sleep?

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  • Mister Tuff

    Oct 3, 2014 at 6:16 PM

    Comment #7

    Even the bloody Japanese have got our club sussed out -from the other side of the world.
    Below is an extract from The Japan Times.

    ” As he is English football’s answer to Howard Hughes, it is difficult to know what Newcastle owner Mike Ashley is thinking. Ashley does not do interviews. He is the Secretive One.

    His Sports Direct chain has helped make Ashley a billionaire, so he is obviously a guy who knows how to make the right decisions. It is unlikely, to say the least, that Ashley would tolerate failure in any of his businesses, so why does he allow Alan Pardew to continue as Newcastle manager after winning only 19 points out of a possible 81?

    Too many chairmen panic when results start to go wrong, so in some respects it may be welcome to see someone without a hair-trigger finger. But Newcastle is not going through a bad spell, it is going through a bad year. At each game there are “Pardew out” banners and a SackPardew.com website has been set up. Ashley — so far — has refused to give the fans what they want.

    If Pardew is a dead man walking, it has been going on so long he will need a new pair of shoes soon. The manager says the same thing after each game “my future is out of my hands . . . this team needs to win games . . . I have to turn it around,” but what else can he say?

    So why does Pardew remain in charge? It could be that Ashley is so bloody minded he refuses to bow to mob rule. A more likely explanation is that for all Ashley’s unpopularity on Tyneside (he is a close second behind Pardew), he runs Newcastle as a business instead of providing a money pit. He gave the club a £129 million interest free loan, but Newcastle has made a profit for the last three years. No honors, but no debts as such.

    This has mainly been due to Newcastle’s transfer policy which is to buy players at a reasonable price and sell them off at a profit. The club has worked the French market particularly well — Mathieu Debuchy, £5 million from Lille, £12 million to Arsenal; Yohan Cabaye £4.8 million from Lille, £19 million to Paris Saint-Germain; Sebastien Bassong £500,000 from Metz, £8 million to Spurs.

    The players are generally identified by head scout Graham Carr, and Pardew is willing to work under what many managers would see as restrictions.

    However, of the last 24 players signed by Newcastle, only two have been British, with most coming from France, giving rise to jokes such as the manager has changed his name to Alain Pardeu.

    When Massadio Haidara was signed from Nancy he said upon arriving at Newcastle: “It’s almost like never having left France there are so many of us here.”

    Link:-
    http://www.japantimes.co.jp/sports/2014/10/03/soccer/pardew-living-borrowed-time/#.VC7YmlctjFw

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  • Tsunki

    Oct 3, 2014 at 6:17 PM

    Comment #8

    Wonder if Pards has took the chrome off his manager of the day award yet? He must have been buffing it up all night.

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  • Belfast

    Oct 3, 2014 at 6:18 PM

    Comment #9

    In-fact just like 4 new signings because he can play in a number of positions.

    Hallelujah.

    In reality his return from injury means absolutely nowt, because he’s not very good.

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  • Tsunki

    Oct 3, 2014 at 6:20 PM

    Comment #10

    If Pardew is a dead man walking, it has been going on so long he will need a new pair of shoes soon.

    Crocodile shoes?

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  • Belfast

    Oct 3, 2014 at 6:21 PM

    Comment #11

    Positive and negative in the same post.

    See what I done there Skunki?

    My inspirational greatness will rub of on you some day.
    Be patient…

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  • mag92

    Oct 3, 2014 at 6:22 PM

    Comment #12

    A defeat tomorrow and he’ll be gone, even the Liverpool supporters have set up their own versions of sack Pardew. Com to get Rodgers out, it goes to show the difference in each clubs aspirations.

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  • Tsunki

    Oct 3, 2014 at 6:23 PM

    Comment #13

    Ah but now Raylor is bionic from the thighs down. The Raylinator. He will take over from Dummett. ‘I want your number, your boots, and your motorcycle. Actually a motorcycle would be good. I’m not great at running these days’.

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