Ash Taylor is a footballer and a former Wales under- 21 squad members. He plays as a defender for Northampton town. He also played for Tranmere Rovers and Scottish club Aberdeen.
Taylor’s Early Life
Ash Taylor was born on 2ndSeptember 1990 at Bromborough, England. His real name is Ashton John Taylor. Ash Taylor attended in South Wirral High School. In Eastham, Merseyside he was grown.
Taylor’s Body Features
Ash Taylor height is 1.93 m and weight is 76 kg. He has the balanced and healthy body.
Taylor’s Club Career
At the age of 10, he started his football career at Tranmere Rovers as youth team. In 2007 he signed first year scholar. In 2009, he signed hi first professional contract.
In 2009, on loan he joined Colwyn Bay. He made 14 appearances.
After returning, he made his first debut in a League One match. He also signed 12 month contract extension keeping him till 2011 in the start of 2009-2010 seasons. In FA cup h scored his first goal for the club. He was out for three weeks due to his injury. After returning he made 33 appearances. He also won ‘Young Player of the Season’ award. He again then extended his contract until 2012. He missed his first half of 2010-2011 seasons due to his damaged cartilage. He then made three matches since return. He made his first appearance in Football League Trophy. He also had the potential to be the leader of the club. He played 3607 minutes in all competition. He also then signed a new two-year contract with Tranmere. He made 44 league apperences in 2012-2013 season. He received a straight red card in second half of match against Coventry city on 23 November, 2013. At the end of season, he was among five players to be offered a new contract.
In 28 may, 2014 he signed Scottish Premiership side Aberdeen. On 11 July, 2014 he made his debut for the club. He scored his first goal in the Scottish League Cup. He then extended his contract until 2017 on 15 January 2015. He was out for two months due to his knee injury. He made 37 appearances. He said that he would leave the club after 100 appearances.
Taylor signed the three year contract with EFL league One club Northampton Town on 5 July, 2017.
Taylor’s International Career
- In 2009, he represented Wales Under-19 in the Milk Cup.
- He was named in the Wales Under-21 squad for friendly match.
Taylor’s Personal Life
Ash Taylor was engaged to model India Lea in 2014. He planned to marry in Italy before his contract with Aberdeen began.
Did You Know?
- His first professional contract was with Tranmere Rovers in 2009.
- He was one of the five player to be signed in the new contract of Tranmere Rovers.
- To leave the club Aberdeen he had to make 100 league appearances.
- In 2009, he represented Wales Under-19 in Milk Cup.